Fujifilm X-Pro1 Photos

March 6, 2012 | Mark Goldstein | 6 Comments | |
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Ahead of our full review, here are 60 JPEG and 30 RAW photos taken with the new Fujifilm X-Pro1 compact system camera.

We're currently testing the X-Pro1 with all three new lenses - the 17mm, 35mm and 60mm - and we've also shot an ISO range from 100 to 25600 to show what the XPro1's innovative sensor is capable of.

A gallery of 60 JPEG and 30 RAW photos taken with the Fujifilm X-Pro1.


Fujifilm X-Pro1 JPEG Images

Fujifilm X-Pro1 RAW Images

The Fujifilm X-Pro1 enables users to capture RAW and JPEG format files. We've provided some Fujifilm RAW (RAF) samples for you to download (thumbnail images shown below are not 100% representative).

1/10s · f/8 · 27mm · ISO 200
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1/25s · f/8 · 27mm · ISO 400
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1/50s · f/8 · 27mm · ISO 800
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1/105s · f/8 · 27mm · ISO 1600
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1/200s · f/8 · 27mm · ISO 3200
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1/400s · f/8 · 27mm · ISO 6400
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1/3300s · f/2.8 · 27mm · ISO 200
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1/300s · f/16 · 27mm · ISO 800
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1/3500s · f/2.8 · 27mm · ISO 400
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1/1800s · f/2 · 27mm · ISO 200
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1/60s · f/1.4 · 53mm · ISO 800
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1/900s · f/2 · 53mm · ISO 800
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1/500s · f/1.8 · 53mm · ISO 400
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1/3800s · f/2 · 53mm · ISO 200
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1/750s · f/1.4 · 53mm · ISO 400
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1/1300s · f/1.4 · 53mm · ISO 400
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1/450s · f/1.4 · 53mm · ISO 200
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1/2000s · f/1.4 · 53mm · ISO 200
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1/2900s · f/1.4 · 53mm · ISO 400
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1/340s · f/16 · 53mm · ISO 800
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1/2500s · f/2.4 · 90mm · ISO 200
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1/1700s · f/2.4 · 90mm · ISO 200
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1/1300s · f/2.4 · 90mm · ISO 800
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1/1900s · f/2.4 · 90mm · ISO 800
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1/240s · f/2.4 · 90mm · ISO 400
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1/4000s · f/2.4 · 90mm · ISO 200
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1/110s · f/11 · 90mm · ISO 200
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1/2000s · f/4 · 90mm · ISO 400
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1/120s · f/2.4 · 90mm · ISO 400
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1/1800s · f/2.4 · 90mm · ISO 200
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#1 Andrew

Anyone know where I can get a camera raw update to display XPro1 raw images?

1:22 pm - Wednesday, March 7, 2012

#2 reviewcatch

great colors, very fujifilm

5:49 pm - Wednesday, March 7, 2012

#3 TJ

Why are some of these at F16?

9:23 pm - Wednesday, March 7, 2012

#4 Foton

The person wanted to show the different aspects of the lens system.  At low f ratio’s the depth of field is very shallow, but at high f ratio’s things tend to be sharp close up and far away.  The iris/diaphragm can be adjusted on a fixed lens system to alter the f ratio on the fixed lens systems.

What the photographer here is showing the reader is, mainly the performance of the sensor in response to different iso/gain settings.  This really helps possible consumers decide if the camera will perform well under their intended usage.

I don’t know who the person is who did the sample photos, but I think they did a fantastic job in showing pictures in a wide array of lighting circumstances.

I’d also like to see the low light performance on this camera, especially an instance with a great range in contrast like at sunset or sunrise.  It would give the reader a great idea of the performance.

6:34 am - Sunday, March 11, 2012

#5 Heikki

RAW image view? Depends on your system? I can see these RAW -files with in windows7 included “Ptoto Viewer” and also with a program named “Fast Picture Viewer”, but not with Adobe Photoshop CS5.1, not with Paint Shop Pro and so on..

11:15 am - Monday, March 12, 2012

#6 Saline

Thanks very much for posting these files. Extremely useful.

5:28 pm - Sunday, July 12, 2015