Photography is supposed to be fun right? Fujifilm thinks so. Its X-series is defined by a return to the retro shooting style, capturing the irreplaceable experience of hands-on photography that many of you grew up with. Fujifilm’s latest effort, the X-E1 ($999.95), can be understood mainly as a compact version of the excellent X-Pro1, and it borrows that camera’s mechanical, all-manual control, which we enjoyed so much last year.
Of course the X-Pro1 was more than just a good time.
|Viewfinder Coverage||100 %|
|Display Size||2.8 in.|
|Display Resolution||460000 pixels|