If I were in your situation, I would reluctantly sell the X-Pro1 and retain the X-T1, simply because you can do a lot more with the X-T1 than you can with the X-Pro1 and vice versa. The X-T1 is a more potent weapon in a variety of situations because to its much quicker CPU, snappier autofocus, improved EVF, and weatherproofing, among other features. Autofocus that is much improved, a lot bigger and more detailed EVF, weather resistance, an ISO dial, and so forth. Most current cameras are capable of shooting video in some form or another, but these are the models we’d recommend if you want to capture video in addition to your photographs.
The usage of another Fuji camera without a Focus Stick is out of the question for me at this point. Aside from a few quirks in the first shipment, the X-T1 features some excellent buttons, as well as some excellent dials and switches. There’s not a significant change in terms of quality, but it is a difference nevertheless, and it should be noted. @Juan Andres Tovar, thank you for your comment. I’ve used both the X-T1 and the X-P1, and although the X-T1 is a fantastic camera, the X-P1 is the one I’d recommend (despite the X-massive T1’s EVF).
When I’m working in the studio and don’t need to shoot at maximum quality, like all of the photographs for this blog, I’ll use it all day long instead of the X-Pro2. When I put a camera on my tripod without a tilt screen, I realize how much I miss having one. However, when it comes to going out and having a good time, I won’t tolerate any substitutes any more.
Check out the table below to see how these two cameras compare with regard to their body size, their image sensors, their shooting functions, their input-output connectors, and the reaction they received from professional reviewers. The X-Pro1 is the elder of the two cameras and, despite the steady stream of extremely excellent firmware upgrades, it is unable to compete with the advancements achieved by Fuji over the previous couple of years in image quality. Unfortunately, there’s no getting around it: The X-Pro1 is, in terms of technology, outmoded in contrast to the X-T1.
The most important source of support for our ad- and tracker-free website comes from you, its readers, who provide it at no cost. Simply using the links provided below for any of your online purchases will allow me to continue testing, evaluating, and comparing products. In addition, the likely ultimate successor to the very successful X-T1 may be weighing heavily on your mind. There won’t be as significant a performance increase as there was between the X-Pro2 and the X-Pro1, but it would be a startling turn of events to discover that the internals do not match what’s inside the X-Pro2. The problem is that we have no way of knowing when the X-T2 will be announced, much alone when it will be available.
Leaving these little quibbles aside, the X-Pro1 is an impressively adept camera. And, let’s face it, if you’re looking for a Fuji camera with interchangeable lenses and an optical viewfinder, this is the only option. If this were the same X-Pro1 that was introduced in 2012, I’d advise against purchasing it; nevertheless, Fujifilm is consistently upgrading the camera via firmware changes. Due to the fact that it is no longer the same camera, it is a feasible alternative that can be obtained at a reasonable price these days, and it is a good value. Now that the X-T1 is out, this is the camera that gets the least amount of usage out of the three.
When it comes to laptops, the new Dell XPS 17 is a good choice. It has a clean design language, excellent build quality, and a bright, accurate 17-inch display. However, we are not convinced that Dell has done enough to distinguish it from its smaller sibling, the XPS 15. It’s a difficult thing to say, but your view of the situation is incorrect in this case.
However, switching to a different shooting mode on the fly is not something you’ll be doing very frequently if you choose the former method. However, adding the new “Multi” metering mode to the X-T1 would be difficult due to the specific hardware that has been designed for it. It is possible that the ability of a camera to interact with its surroundings will be an essential consideration in the camera selection process for some imaging applications.
It does not need the replacement of the older camera with a newer one at this time – the older camera is still capable of producing images of the same quality as the newer camera and may be a strong instrument in the right hands if used properly. However, if you are just getting started with the system, the X-T1 or X-E2 are far more appealing, even without the impressive hybrid viewfinder. The “Assist” Hand Grip, which was used on the earlier cameras, was a distinct form of hand grip from the newer cameras.
When the size of the pixel is increased, the amount of light that can be gathered by that pixel increases. You could be thinking that this might be attributed in part to the fact that I use a RAW converter of my choosing. I was wondering the same issue, so here’s a comparison of JPEGs created from RAFs in Lightroom and the originals.