After images of Fujifilm’s X-E1 compact camera were leaked last month, Fujifilm has now officially launched their X-E1 mirrorless compact camera, revealing its full specifications.
The Fujifilm X-E1 is compatible with Fujifilm’s X-Mount lens system and comes equipped with a 16.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, and is now 30 percent smaller in size to its predecessor the X-Pro1.
Other features of the Fujifilm X-E1 include a wide ISO range of 200 to 6,400, which is expandable to 25,600 when required, and a 2.36 million-dot resolution OLED electronic viewfinder, and the compact camera is capable of recording full-HD videos at 24 fps.
– 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor and EXR Processor Pro
– FUJIFILM X-Mount
– Extra high resolution 2.36 million dot Organic OLED viewfinder
– 2.8-inch (460K dot) LCD
– Built-in pop-up TTL Flash
– ISO100 – 25600 (range of ISO200-6400 when using ISO Auto)
– Q Menu shortcut button
– In-camera RAW converter
– Film simulation modes (Velvia, ASTIA, PROVIA, Monochrome, Sepia, PRO Neg.Std & PRO Neg.Hi)
– Multiple exposure and panoramic shooting modes
– Auto Bracketing functions (AE/ISO/DR and FS)
– Full HD Movie (1920×1080) @ 24 fps
– Approximately 350 shots per battery charge
The Fujifilm X-E1 will be arriving in stores during November and will be available either as a body only package for around $1,000 or with a 18-55mm X-mount lens kit for $1,400.
Source: The PhotographerFiled Under: Camera News, Technology News, Top News