Fujifilm, the digital camera maker, has recently announced its eagerly expected X-Pro1 at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 in Las Vegas. Fujifilm X-Pro1 is the newest model in Fujifilm's buzz-worthy X series and it is the 16-megapixel mirrorless compact system camera. It is aimed for wedding and portrait photographers by the company. Users are allowed to swap between optical and electronic by its viewfinder in other words, it will work with the innovative lens system of camera.
Fujifilm X-Pro1 contains a 1.4 million pixel LCD screen. It is able to shoot HD video at 1080p, and to output that video with the use of mini-HDMI. This camera is featured with the X-Mount, a Fujinon-XF Lens, an X-Trans CMOS sensorTM, and a new hybrid multi viewfinder. EXR Processor Pro has been made to make best use of the full potential of the X-Trans CMOSTM sensor and provide high speed and high accuracy image processing. The highest image quality is delivered by its Prime FUJINON XF lenses.
Fujifilm X-Pro1 also comes with interchangeable lenses and a cutting-edge sensor. Users are allowed to enjoy composing their photos through a vivid viewfinder by this merger of technologies in this camera. This camera is expected to be available in late February. Information about its pricing is not revealed yet but it is expected that the body will be priced approximately $1,700 and lenses around $650 each.