Fujifilm X-E1 Digital Camera Review – Adorama TV Fuji X-E1 Review Video

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Fujifilm X-E1 Digital Camera Review – http://www.adorama.com/IFJXE1B.html In this episode, Rich describes the many features of this new compact interchangeable lens camera. The compact X-E1 is engineered to deliver extraordinary image quality. It starts with Fujifilm’s proprietary 16.3 APS-C X-Trans 2/3″ CMOS sensor whose unique pixel array is designed to deliver unsurpassed image resolution and color accuracy.

Choose from the newly expanded XF Lens lineup with two new bright, high-definition FUJINON X-Mount lenses including a 14mm F2.8 and an 18-55mm F2.8-F4 lens. The 18-55mm allows photographic flexibility, optimizes low-light shooting and coupled with the EXR Processor Pro, the X-E1 delivers high performance auto focusing. Everything you need in one compact, beautiful camera system.

Fujifilm X-E1 Features

16.3 MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor provides high resolution & high sensitivity matching full-size sensor quality
Magnesium body with traditional (classical) design in compact size
HD 1080p Video w/Stereo Sound
100-25,600 ISO Capabilitites
JPEG + RAW (Process In-Camera)
Intutive Operation with Manual ring and Aperture Dial & Shutter-speed Dials.
Aspherical OLED-EVF 2360K EVF equipped with approx. 2360K dots OLED panel provides high contrast ratio and natural look.
2 new XF lenses provide a wider array of matched lenses
Built-in flash
Fast AF 0.1 sec with OIS, F2.8 zoom lens
External microphone connection
Built in diopter
Exposure Control – TTL 256 Zones
High Speed Contrast Autofocus

X-Trans CMOS Sensor: The X-E1’s sensor adopts the same 16M X-Trans CMOS found in the X Series flagship X-Pro1 model. Featuring an originally developed color filter array with a highly random pixel arrangement, its X-Trans CMOS sensor eliminates the need for an optical low-pass filter, which is used to inhibit moiré at the expense of resolution.
Beautiful bokeh: Another advantage of the large APS-C sensor is the ability to create a beautiful bokeh effect – the aesthetic out-of-focus effect created when shooting with a shallow depth of field.
Natural Look OLED Viewfinder: Adopting an optical structure of two glass lenses and a double aspherical lens, the viewfinder provides a comfortable and natural view of the entire scene with an horizontal apparent field of view of 25°.
Diopter Adjustment Dial: The X-E1 offers a diopter correction dial that enables users to adjust the strength of the viewfinder in accordance with their eyesight. The dial is located on the side of the viewfinder and can be adjusted from -4m-1 – +2m-1 (dtp).
Drive Button Mode Selector: You can smoothly change to the following settings using the DRIVE button – Recording High-Definition (HD) Movies
Bracketing: AE Bracketing / ISO Bracketing / Film Simulations Bracketing / Dynamic Range Bracketing
Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode)

Quick Start: 0.5 sec
Shutter Time Lag: 0.05 sec
Auto Focus: 0.1 sec
High Speed Continuous Shooting: 6 frames sec

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Fujifilm X-E1 Digital Camera Review –


Film Camera Reviews says:

In 2017 I got one with a 6 month warranty for £150. Such a great camera with the same sensor as the more pricey X-Pro 1. At half the price. Even in 2017 a great way to get into the fuji system and use old lenses with adaptors

David Norden says:

I have to say this is the best digital camera I ever used, it is not cheap but you get complete control on your images and it works way more intuitively than eg. a Nikon camera if you used to work with normal non digital DSLR's. I also bought the new version of it the X-E2 http://amzn.to/1lsdJLc that has an even better digital viewer and a faster focus, also what I like is that I can mimic the various types of fujifilms like the Velvia, if I want a low medium or high color range or even black and white  . The Fuji camera's give you complete control on focus, color range, speed or depth of field. I also like the fact that is is not heavy but strongly build. The lens choice is a bit small but growing with various new lens models in the pipeline, but the quality of them is amazing certainly if you don't choose for a zoom but for separate fixed focus lenses. Not sure if professionals will switch en mass to this , but if you want pro results with easy to find manual settings and a strong camera GO FOR FUJI and you will be able to get the best results that you even can monetize on high end image banks.

sendercorp says:

Fantastic review , I want one now .

canon 70d review says:

Great review

igetsmart says:

on sale now late 2013- XE2 should be on the way soon – I suspect the XE2 will have tilt-able LCD and mode dial and new sensor – IQ very nice from the XE1 – very nice camera for more advanced users – video not as flexible as some of the M43 or NEX cameras – the kit lens with the XE1 is really nice so get it as a kit –

Kevin Searles says:

From a point and shoot .. general all rounder .. the OM-D will do you fine. If you're willing to spend a bit of time learning to use the camera properly, the X-E1 will deliver the goods.

Kevin Searles says:

AF is not miserable .. you must be a horribly amateur photographer.

Retsel Yawning says:

You shot your own children… My God…

Peppy_23 says:

Between this camera and the OMD-EM5 which one is betteR?

Craig Pakkala says:

there is no dedicated dial for ISO …. it's exp comp or shutter speed

Adorama says:

Sorry to read that you didn't like it. If you have any specific questions about the camera please post and we'll try to follow up.

Brian Hamill says:

This is a pretty shoddy review.

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