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    Haha if can upload a video better

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    Default Re: Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review (production release)

    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    Bro could you perhaps comment on the improvements to AF by the new firmware?
    If there's improvement, it's not significant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parka

    If there's improvement, it's not significant.
    Haha I've read from other threads. Improvements, There are. XD I just wanna know how much
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    Haha I've read from other threads. Improvements, There are. XD I just wanna know how much
    I just updated the firmware. Like I said, if there is AF speed improvement, it's not significant. I don't feel that it's any different before the upgrade.

    The noise from clattering aperture blades is very much reduced to the point it blends into ambient noise. That's a significant improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parka

    I just updated the firmware. Like I said, if there is AF speed improvement, it's not significant. I don't feel that it's any different before the upgrade.

    The noise from clattering aperture blades is very much reduced to the point it blends into ambient noise. That's a significant improvement.
    I see I see. Thanks for your input. Really interested in getting one of these babies
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    Hey Daredevil, would Fujifilm loan you another set with upgraded firmware? It'd be nice to have a before after comparison side by side

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    Quote Originally Posted by zan82 View Post
    Hey Daredevil, would Fujifilm loan you another set with upgraded firmware? It'd be nice to have a before after comparison side by side
    Hi zan82, I tested the X-pro1 with the older firmware, prior to the release of the the current firmware. I do not have the X-pro1 anymore with the new firmware. Maybe some of the bros here with the X-pro1 would like to talk about the differences here?

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    X-pro1 High ISO 100% crops comparison. (ISO1600 to ISO12800)
    Lens used 18mm F2. Shot in Standard JPEG, handheld, straight out of camera.


    I did a quick test of the X-pro1's High ISO performance. I have to say I am impressed with the results on JPEG. To my eyes, it is at least on par with, if not better than, the output from my Nikon D700. Here are the 100% crops placed side by side. Please note this is not a scientific test and the results are just a gauge of what this camera is capable of, and is in no way the final authority on actual ISO performance.



    X-pro1 at ISO6400

    Here is the full size picture shot at ISO6400, which is the ISO I am personally most interested in. As you can see, it is extremely usable at reduced sizes (800 x 533 px in this case). Downsized by Flickr. You can click the link to download the original full sized file.

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    Colors

    Colors from the X-pro1 is simply amazing. Even in a high DR scene, the camera produced excellent colors. Here are a couple of shots to show you its performance in color rendering. Pictures here are shot handheld in JPEG, in Aperture priority mode. Out of camera JPEGs are opened in photoshop, watermark added, and saved to Jpeg in maximum quality setting (12) in Baseline optimized mode. No other adjustments or resizing was done.


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    Wow the lack of noise at high iso is truly stunning
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    Default Re: Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review (production release)

    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    Wow the lack of noise at high iso is truly stunning
    Noise performance is very good.. but there is still noise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123

    Noise performance is very good.. but there is still noise...
    Oops. I stand corrected
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    Bro. This review is the most painful la. painful for my wallet.

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