Owners of a Fuji mirrorless camera can smile this morning knowing that an ultrawide zoom is coming to the X series of lenses early next year. The new glass is a 10-24mm f/4 OIS lens, and it will arrive in March 2014 for $1000.
Mirrorless cameras are generally geared toward the enthusiast or semi-pro consumer. Some companies, like Canon with its new EOS M offering, are seeking to cater to a broader market in features and styling.
Fuji's beautiful new mirrorless camera, the X-Pro1, suffers from a lack of available lenses. But come June, you'll be able to easily mount a host of equally desired Leica M-Mount lenses to it for your photo-snapping pleasure.
It's beautiful, simple to use, and elegant. And the Fuji X-Pro1 is rightly going to end up in a lot of camera bags when it hits the streets.
Fujifilms' new X-Pro1 is the most sophisticated mirrorless camera I've ever touched. I said sophisticated, not complicated. If you know the difference, you are going to love this camera.
Of all the leaks that have trickled out in the pre-CES churn, there's maybe none prettier than Fujifilm's X-Pro1. And now we've got the full, official spec rundown, and it looks it's a beauty on the inside as well.