B&H now has the Fuji XF1 retro point and shoot camera in stock. As noted in my hands-on time with the camera, the XF1 features a unique lens twist/pull function to power the camera on, as well as a rotating zoom feature for the lens.
The Fuji XF1 is available in black, red and tan, all of which are currently in stock here at B&H Photo.
The Fuji XF1 is the latest X-Series point and shoot camera. It features a retro-style that’s as much of what defines the camera as technical features like the 12MP EXR CMOS sensor and f/1.8 lens.
The XF1 is certainly a pretty camera, and those specs put it near the top of point and shoot models around. The prints from the XF1 that I saw at PhotoPlus looked solid, which is promising for a camera as pretty as this one. [Read more...]
Fuji has taken the wraps off of its latest X-series camera, the XF1 compact camera.
The Fuji XF1 features a 12MP 2/3-inch CMOS sensor and optical image stabilization on its 4x zoom lens (25-100mm equivalent). The lens offers a variable aperture of f/1.8-4.9 and a manual zoom ring. Other features include full HD video capture and 360-degree panoramic images.
Fuji XF1 Key Features
- 12MP EXR CMOS 2/3-Inch Sensor
- High Quality Fujinon 4x F1.8-4.9 Manual Zoom Lens
- 3.0-Inch LCD (460k-dot res)
- Full HD Video Capture
- Optical Image Stabilization
- Full Manual Controls
- ISO 100-12800
- Macro Shooting to 3cm
- Motion Panorama 360-degree
- In-Camera RAW Converter
The Fuji XF1 should be available in October for $499.95. It is currently available for pre-order here at Amazon.com.
The Fuji XF1 is the latest in the X-Series lineup and set to be announced later tonight (or early morning). Most of the details on the new camera, however, have already leaked out via Samy’s Camera (although Samy’s appears to have removed those specs as of now).
The Fuji XF1 will feature a 12MP 2/3-inch CMOS sensor and optical image stabilization on its 4x zoom lens (25-100mm equivalent). The lens offers a variable aperture of f/1.8-4.9 . . . so, very bright on the wide end. Other features include full HD video capture and 360-degree panoramic images.
Some great news is that the XF1 will offer RAW capture. Earlier spec leaks/rumors did not mention RAW capture, which cause some concern among enthusiasts. So, kudos to Fuji for putting this important feature in this new X-Series shooter. [Read more...]