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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
All videos are recorded in H.264 at 24 frames per second, in either 1080p or 720p. Maximum length for a single clip is 29 minutes. Find out how the performed in our video image quality test./r:link_to_content
While it's possible to choose resolution, film simulation setting, or white balance temperature, other than that we get no advanced controls for video. Recording movies with the X-Pro1 is essentially an automated experience.
No matter whether or not your focus lever is set to single or continuous, video mode always uses the continuous method. This can be extremely distracting given the potentially narrow focus of XF lenses like the f/1.4 35mm. The only way around this is to use manual focus, which is one of the only values that can be changed while a recording is in progress. Before recording, it's also possible to activate a digital zoom focus check, or perform a one-time autofocus lock using the AF-L button.
Aperture may be controlled manually using a given lens' control ring, however this must be done before a recording begins, otherwise the value will be locked in. The same is true for exposure compensation, which must also be configured beforehand.
Two built-in microphones flank the autofocus assist lamp and provide stereo sound. No audio options are available, not even the popular "wind cut" technique.