Fuji Mirrorless Cameras

Like Nikon and Pentax, Fuji was a late arrival to the mirrorless camera party.

They chose not to arrive with a full entourage, but instead introduced just a single model: the Fuji X-Pro1.

The X-Pro1 is build on the success of the Fuji X100, a camera that received wide critical acclaim but didn't allow photographers to swap lenses.

Taking feedback from X100 users, Fuji designed the X-Pro1 to appeal to advanced photographers looking for superior image quality paired with intuitive manual controls.

Along with the camera body, Fuji also released three prime lenses compatible with the new X mount: an 18mm f/2.0, 35mm f/1.4 and 60mm f/2.4.

All three lenses have very wide maximum apertures, making them ideal for shooting hand-held in dim available light.

Fuji Mirrorless System Cameras - 2012

Release Date: February 2012

X-Pro1

While many other mirrorless cameras are aimed at the consumer audience looking for more from their compact digital cameras, the X-Pro1 is aimed more at pros seeking a portable alternative to their big DSLRs.

LevelProfessional
Megapixels16.3
LCD3in.
Movie Mode1080p H.264
StabilizationNone
ViewfinderNone
Built-in FlashNo
ISO Range100-25600
fuji x-pro1 mirrorless camera
Available at:  Amazon  •  Adorama  •  B&H Photo Video
List Price: $1,700 USD (no lens)
Page Updated: June 2012