Fujifilm has just made details of their first ever mirrorless interchangeable lens camera today. The new Fujifilm X-Pro 1 throws yet another interchangeable lens system into the growing market of mirrorless large-sensor cameras, using Fujifilm’s new X-mount and lenses. The camera has a rangefinder-like design and looks to be a premium mid-range camera in terms of price.
- 16 megapixel X-Trans CMOS sensor (APS-C sized) with dust reduction
Sensor designed to reduce moire and false coloring
- Fujifilm X-mount with 1.5X crop factor
- Solid magnesium alloy construction with rangefinder design; has a flash hotshoe, shutter speed dial and exposure dial
- 3 inch LCD (1.23 million pixels)
Hybrid viewfinder gives you the choice between optical viewfinder (90% frame coverage with variable 0.37X or 0.6X magnification) and an EVF (1.44 million dots)
- Full manual controls with RAW support
Default ISO range 200 to 12800, expandable to ISO 100 to 25600
- Enhanced Film Simulation mode
- 6 frames per second (full resolution) continuous shooting
- 1080p Full HD (1920 x 1080) 24 FPS movie mode with stereo sound
- Takes SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards
- Uses a lithium-ion battery
- Available in February for tentative planned price of $1700
Fujifilm has also announced three lenses to go with their X-mount system: the Fujifilm 18 mm f2.0, 35 mm f1.4 and 60 mm f2.4 macro. Lenses are said to hover around the $650 range; with 9 new X-mount lenses planned for launch over the next 3 years. The Fuji X-Pro 1 will also be made available with optional accessories such as an add-on camera grip, aperture ring for lenses, assortment of lens hoods and leather camera case.