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- Fujifilm X-Pro1
- Fujifilm's old-school X-Pro1 is one of the best mirrorless models we've ever tested.
Fujifilm X-Pro1 Digital Camera Review$1,699.99
Only the thinnest hair of chromatic aberration was visible in our lab shots, blue fringing on the left side on high contrast areas, yellow on the right. These are some of the best results we've ever recorded, and they put the excellent XF lenses into direct competition with kit lenses at the very top of the imaging market, including the Canon 5D Mark III. By the narrowest of margins, we detected slightly more chromatic aberration at narrower apertures, however the problem is so miniscule to begin with that this is all but impossible to notice.
It doesn't take an expert to notice the moderate to severe distortion at work while looking through the EVF or framing with the rear LCD, and as you may have guessed, this is especially true while using the 18mm wide-angle prime. But in all cases (at least for JPEG encoding) distortion is corrected in software before the final image is output. Since all distortion is gone before you see the final product, we're awarding the maximum score here.