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 €;
73 users have given it an average vote of 9.1 out of 10
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Pros:Compact, robust, excellent image quality in both raw and jpg, valuable optical park, fairly accurate white balance.
Cons:Real sensitivity lower, about 2/3 stop, to the declared, for all values, very approximate AF in light conditions just less than good, the sensor gets dirty more than I do when I eat peanuts.
Opinion:Taken together with the 18-55 to go out light, which is impossible with the Canon 1Ds MKII, it conquered me immediately, so much so that I immediately joined them on the 23rd and 35th, F/2, and 60/2.4. Above all, I appreciated the classic usability, the rings of the times and the diaphragms, and the truly remarkable quality of the optics. Unfortunately, over time the lack of the mirror, I am used to SLRs, it got heavy and I gave it away.
Pros:Robust construction, compactness, lightness, aesthetics, x-trans sensor 16 MP, integrated flash, ergonomics of use, automatic white balance almost always perfect even with difficult light, good ISO seal up to 1600, after detail and color yield drop.
Cons:Rudimentary AF-C to say the least, single sd memory slot, focus peaking only white color.
Opinion:A camera that for what it offers and that currently costs is mandatory to buy. The sensor is one of the best x-trans i've ever tried: excellent detail rendering due to the absence of an AA filter, but MP also suitable for the use of vintage lenses. Analog and sincere rendering. Ergonomics is also perfect for large hands even if the camera is compact. Great construction. Very suitable for travel, street, reportage, photography designed. Unfortunately the AF-C which is as if there is no penalty for dynamic shots, but for those there are other cameras, perhaps more modern than this one from 8 years ago.
Pros:Incredible image quality. Colors, sharpness, tonal gradation, everything is great.
Cons:Automatically you have to be careful to set A or P.
Opinion:I don't know if it's the car or the fantastic 16-55 3.5, however it's a stunning camera. I don't think there's any better quality among all the other machines. I used it for several years, now I have to throw it away because, after a few shots, it says to me " Protected memory" and it freezes for a few days. Amazing, but you can't do anything. If sending it to support, it's cheaper to get a golden one. I'm going to look for a used one.
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.
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