The Fujifilm X-E1 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 16.3 megapixels manufactured from 2012 to 2013 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 6 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 416 €;
70 users have given it an average vote of 9.2 out of 10
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Pros:Fantastic sensor, light and robust at the same time, beautiful, high iso.
Cons:Aim of course not up to the height of the xt3
Opinion:Having had and having the different Fuji Xe1, Xt3( Xpro1-Xpro2-Xe2-Xt1), nothing, what concerns the image quality this little gem churns out the best in the absolute sense. I explain better: I took at the beginning the Xpro 1 , fantastic, only left me puzzled at the iso of 3200,beautiful the grain, but there was, then I matched to the pro1 the XE1 , here I found a cleaner and more full-bodied file, beautiful really in all situations, even at 6400 (which I do not use m (ai) the colors and resolution of the image never gave way by a comma. Over time the series of new XTrans came into the world with more mpx , but here they gave up the beauty of the file, too often I find it artifact, and especially in the XT3 I find the introduction of too much noise, already from 800..... my favorite machine has always been the XPro series(if it had been ff , it would have been definitive, unfortunately marketing among snack friends), I would have hoped for an XPro1s .... personal impressions, for an aps-c I find too much the 24 mpx
Pros:A lot of stuff in little space. 16 mpx quality.
Cons:The good 18 55 limits it quite a bit in a low light.
Opinion:Light and essential camera, produces more than good files. I use it mainly with the 35 1.4 and 14 2.8 and with the fixed, compared to the zoom, the photos have a well-marked and very pleasant character and is more than satisfactory the speed and accuracy of the focus. Irreplaceable for street. The new, much better performing models have more technology on board but to my taste a less pleasant file.
Pros:Low weight and size, good quality of files, good chromatic rendering and high ISO, simple to use and good general technical characteristics, good focus peaking.
Cons:Slow autofocus, ergonomics, low readiness between shots, mounting the grip to improve ergonomics you need to remove it to access the battery compartment and SD card.
Opinion:I am happy with the purchase done. I bought it used in black version, I must say that the aesthetic is very appealing, even if this dowry clashes with the ergonomics. It does not appeal well as the most evolved and contemporary forms. Overall I would say that it is equipped with a simple menu, intuitive, with the possibility to manage the various technical aspects of control and setting. The coupled with the kit lens, the 18-55 f 2.8-4 is very good. I share with those who consider this zoom the best kit lens ever produced. I own two other mirrorless and have come to this system to contain weights and dimensions keeping high the quality level of the files. The first purchase was the Oly Pen E-P5, with which I have not found a good feeling, appreciating the sturdiness and aesthetic beauty. The second I bought was the Pana Lumix G5 with the Lumix G 14-45mm f/3.5-5.6. Excellent feeling right from the start with the appreciated viewfinder (although the quality is poor) and monitor articulated, excellent performance, lighter and ergonomic than the Oly, but certainly more ugly and anonymous from the aesthetic point of view. Very appreciated the features that you can silence completely. You can take pictures in complete silence, which with the Oly and the X-E1 is not possible. I landed at E-X1, after reading and rereading reviews and photo blogs. With this I have purchased in overall quality and practicality. For my needs I see that exploit G5 daily, always on the stock exchange, on site and for the various occasions. When I go out to photograph, I bring the X-E1 with a park of "old optics". The Oly? For the moment in the window to be admired. In the future I would like to buy a pair of Oly M4/3 fixed optics to see if it improves the performance from a qualitative point of view, even if I suffer the lack of a viewfinder. I believe that the X-E1 is an excellent compromise between weight and size, flaw in ergonomics and the application of the grip improves its portability, but increases the weight and slightly clutter. I find a flaw the lack of a flap below, in correspondence of the battery/SD, which obliges the removal of the grip for the change of the battery and the replacement of the card. Recommended, so now is at a good price in the market of the used.
Pros:Good files, Iso estate, pleasant sound, aesthetically apt, returns (in part) a feeling of old film camera. Good solution to use old lenses.
Cons:Plastic very delicate metallic; the electronic viewfinder does not fall in love; focus peaking helpful, but room for improvement
Opinion:Bcome once "even on a digital. Small memo also on peaking focus, useful to facilitate manual focus, slows down the operation of position and stays maybe a little 'cheesy. RnMa it is more than acceptable compromise.
Pros:Quality of the photos already in Jpeg, vintage look, high ISO seal
Cons:small viewfinder, AF to uncertain times
Opinion:Bought it used and combined with the small but excellent Xf 35mm f2 out of curiosity after reading countless reviews on the Fuji sensor quality I was struck by this beautiful machine. I always used zoom lenses, I decided to match this a fixed machine to make school and I find this really great match from all points of view. Is equivalent to a 50mm so standard optical, bright, well-defined, compact. The camera produces jpeg excellent and usable with very few interventions in the computer. rnTiene very good high ISO and the yield in general is really nice. The ferrules on lens and the body put you all on hand parameters. Fun and useful the film simulations. RNA times the autofocus is slow and with little contrast struggling to do its job but it is a "limit" you already know before you buy, as well as the poor battery life (fault common to all mirrorless). rnPer my experience I can only advise to anyone as long as you do not expect to use it for pictures for which no; It was conceived
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