Fujifilm FinePix X-E1 Mirrorless Kit 18-55mm Black
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Fujifilm FinePix X-E1 Mirrorless Kit 18-55mm Black - Expert Reviews
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 actually defines its predecessors that lived in the retro ages. The instant you pick the camera, you will be reminded of the old age cameras. The physical controls are both, on the lens and body, by which, you can quickly alter the settings. The menu systems have been laid out quite well and with controls and grips, handling is more than easy. The EVF, electronic viewfinder is brilliant with a high resolution. Unlike EVF's ease of use, the screen's 2.8 inches size does not provide any comfort and the end user's expectation is killed, though the resolution, even to this screen size is commendable.
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 is more of a compact device than X-Pro1 and is lighter by 100 grams too. The camera is quite large and its built is well worked out. The responsiveness of the cam is good along with the focus speed. The cam can take excellent pics and its noise performance is also good. X-E1 can be availed in body only form, which comes in good value for money but with Fujinon lenses, the price goes high enough to restore the title of premium mirrorless camera. There is one limiting factor though in the form of the choice of lenses, with only a few of the third party lenses available. Overall, the camera - performance wise, is appreciable with the added lenses.
Design and Build Quality
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 camera comes with a manual aperture ring over the lens and a manual shutter speed ring at its top. Those who are familiar with traditional SLRs will feel at home with this device and those who prefer relying on automatic settings, can set the settings to A. The exposure compensation dial is indeed easy to work with but one could accidentally turn it on while handling the camera. The solid metal body, rubberized front grip for hand and textured coating around the camera, allow it to be gripped firmly in the hand. The cam is larger than most of the mirrorless cams. Not much has changed from X-Pro1 to X-E1, except for the fact that there is a pop flash and high resolution EVF having capability of eye-detection.
Focus and Face Detection
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 offers the following focusing modes: Autofocus, Manual, Spot, Face Detection and Multi. The shutter response is good and focus speeds have been improved with the presence of 18-55mm Optical Image Stabilization kit lens.
Lens and Image Stabilization
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 comes bundled with the 18-55mm lens that performs well at both ends of the lens, wide-angle and telephoto, at least when detail at the corners is concerned. There is negligible vignetting and purple fringing too is very low. There is barrel distortion at the wide-angle position and almost nil pincushion distortion at the telephoto position. The macro performance of this lens is not very impressive, for it does not let you get close to the subject very much, so for better macro performance or in other terms, closer focusing distance to the subject, a macro lens is recommended. The optical image stabilization feature is present in the lens.
Screen and Menus
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 offers a 2.8 inches wide screen at a resolution of 460k dots. The menu system has setup and photo options that have been cleanly segregated over screens with every segment being distinguished by its distinct color. Using the Q button at the back, the 4 way controller and scroll wheel, you can make use of the additional control panel to manage the settings quite easily. The function button can be personalized to approach settings that are used frequently.
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 runs on a rechargeable NP-W126 Li-ion battery with a CIPA/Fujifilm test rating of 350 shots per full charge - an improvement over X-Pro1 camera. One might be able to get more number on shots if the camera is used carefully. The battery charger that gets supplied along is known as BC-W126.
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 delivers quality videos and records them in Full HD format with stereo sound at frame rate of 24fps. There are simulation options for filming and you can also adjust the mic levels. The sound comes in stereo format and optical zoom can be availed while recording videos. The frame size for Full HD videos is 1920 x 1080 pixels and for HD videos is 1280 x 720 pixels.
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 features a 16 megapixels APSC Xtrans CMOS type sensor like that in X-Pro1. This sensor uses a different arrangement of color filter array that is designed to remove false color and color moire, as well as to enhance the noise performance. The maker has also managed to avoid using the low pass filter in the making of this camera, which means an increased resolution and detailing comes to the sensor. The width and height of the pixels are 4896 and 3264. Also, the width and height of the sensor are 23.6mm and 15.6mm respectively. The aspect ratios are 16:9, 1:1 and 3:2.
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 comes with a high resolution Electronic Viewfinder
Many film simulation modes
Panoramas come good
Build quality and handling are good
Color reproduction is impressive
Noise performance up to 6400ISO is impressive
f2.8 – f/4 is brighter than normal
Fujifilm Finepix X-E1 has a smaller lens kit
Exposure compensation dial can be accidentally touched
Lens kits are costly
Indoor white balance not up to the mark
Fujifilm FinePix X-E1 Mirrorless Kit 18-55mm Black - User Reviews
I bought this as a second camera to back up my DSLR. The image quality is exceptional, when it comes to noise performance and dynamic range. It almost matches full frame Canon 5D MK-II and beats APS-C SLRS like Canon-40D/ Canon 550D DSLRs when comes to high ISO noise. However, the color saturation does not come close to Canon 5D-MK-II, but betters 40D/550D.
The body is quite small and light, but the 18-55mm lens makes it somewhat heavy and unwieldy.
It still would be lighter and compact than most DSLRs.
It has no optical view finder but has an EVF, which is kind of jerky and not so smooth.
The lens (18-55mm) performs very well and gives good low light performance and DOF.
The auto focus speed is not impressive (even after firmware 2.00 update) but is OK. Does not come anywhere close to the DSLRs. So, it may not good as an action camera.
It takes 6 fps, but the card write times are slow when used in RAW mode.
It takes a while to save the pics even on single shot. Apparently, it needs at least 60Mb/s write/read speed (I am using a 30Mb/s Sandisc)
The good thing is that it has in-camera RAW processing and also all lens errors are auto corrected in the jpegs. The supplied RAW converter PC software is not very good.
The multi-point metering system is far less intelligent than Canon's. It seems to get too much influenced by the background lighting and does not seem to give much importance to the point of focus.
Overall Fuji has tried to keep the user interface photographer friendly by keeping dials for shutter speed and aperture ring on the lens. A "Q" control helps to access most of the frequently accessed menus on one page, which is very good. There are 7 user custom settings which can be saved (similar to Canon C1,C2,C3 ). This however does not save all the parameters (see below) and it is not as easy to recall as we need to go through the menu.
For me, custom settings are key in using a camera, because I do not want to every time reset the settings used or accidentally continue to take pictures in the setting which you used last time.
Here are a few glaring misses :
1) Many settings like white balance-shift, flash-exposure-compensation etc cannot be saved in the custom settings.
These are not even shown on the screen after you change them!
2) The aperture ring is not marked on the 18-55 kit lens. ( my 20 year old Pentax 18-55 variable aperture lens has it marked). Aperture cannot be controlled from the body and hence cannot be saved.
There is only one function key which can be user programmed. This need to either used as ISO, movie mode, DOF preview, WB setting etc (choose which one is more important, only one at a time!)
Firmware 2.00 has added the following noticeable changes:
1) Focus peaking function added in manual focus mode (works well)
2) An additional custom fn button (down arrow of the 4 way multi selector) (very good, but why can't they add 2 more, as the left and right buttons of the selector are sitting idle in record mode ?)
I do question the pricing by Fuji on this camera. True, that it is a camera with IQ comparable with DSLRs, but it still is only a mirror less camera with a jerky EVF and slow contrast sensitive focus. It is too large to fit into a pocket and yet too small to hold properly in the hands. With all the other user interface issues, it is far from what one would call a"pro" camera. Fuji better bring down the price to ~ Rs 50K to be competitive in the current SLR+kit market.
In summary, it is a camera with great potential, but it's price would come in the way for most users.
Great Detail and Colors. Superb image even at High ISO
by Sayantan Dutta on 2013-06-12
This product is different, it will surprise you by the quality of image it delivers. The colors are very realistic and pleasing, and surpasses even the quality of a Prosumer DSLR. Also Image clarity is superb. And with this device you can easily boost to high ISO as ISO 3200, and still picture quality is great.
We usually get scared even when we need to boost to ISO500 in a DSLR where this one gives brilliant quality even at ISO 3200.
Though the size is small Image is great and this one is a good camera for Street as well, as this goes unnoticed and you can click very good candid shots and rather can click any1 you find interesting without attracting the persons notice. Its also easily carriable, I just carry it in my side bag and take it out when ever nessesary, dont need to carry a dedicated camera bag to attract attention of the mass.
The Kit lens being proovided XF 18-55mm is a f2.8 - f4 aperture lens which is a great low light performance lens as well as help you create very good bokeh.
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Fujifilm FinePix X-E1 Mirrorless Kit 18-55mm Black Specifications
Model Name X-E1
Optical Sensor Resolution 16.1 MP
Sensor Type CCD Sensor
Sensor Size 23.6 x 15.6 mm
Shutter Speed Range 30-1/4000 sec
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000 sec
Minimum Shutter Speed 30 sec
Optical Zoom 8x
Other Resolution 3:2 Aspect Ratio: 3456 x 2304 (M), 2496 x 1664 (S), 16:9 Aspect Ratio: 4896 x 2760 (L), 3456 x 1944 (M), 2496 x 1408 (S), 1:1 Aspect Ratio: 3264 x 3264 (L), 2304 x 2304 (M), 1664 x 1664 (S)
Auto Focus TTL Contrast AF
Manual Focus Yes
Focal Length 18 - 55 mm
Color Filter Primary (RGB) Color Filter
Continuous Shots Yes, 6 / 3 fps
Self Timer Yes, 2 and 10 sec
Metering Center-Weighted, Multi, Spot
ISO Rating ISO 200 - 6400 (Standard Output Sensitivity), Auto Mode (Auto 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400), Extended Output Sensitivity Equivalent (ISO 100, 12800 and 25600)
White Balancing Automatic Scene Recognition, Custom, Color Temperature Selection (K), Preset (Fine, Shade, Fluorescent Light (Daylight), Fluorescent Light (Warm White), Fluorescent Light (Cool White), Incandescent Light, Underwater)
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Face Detection Yes
Dust Reduction Yes
ViewFinder Yes, OLED Color Viewfinder
Display Type LCD
Screen Size 2.7 Inches
Image Display Resolution 460,000 dots
Video Display Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD)
Supported Aspect Ratio 3:2, 16:9, 1:1
HDMI Mini HDMI
USB USB Hi-Speed
Images & Video
Image Format JPEG, EXIF 2.3, RAW, RAW JPEG , DCF, DPOF
Video Format MOV (H.264) with Stereo Sound
Media & Software
Memory Card Type SD / SDHC / SDXC / Compatible with UHS-I