Fuji X-E1 review

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An impressive amount of detail can be captured by the Fuji X-E1's 16.1 million pixel sensor. This was shot using the 60mm f/2.8 macro lens.

Fuji X-E1 review

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Colours straight from the Fuji X-E1 are bright and punchy, without being overly saturated. This was shot in the Provia standard film simulation.

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As we can see here, the Fuji X-E1's metering has struggled a little with a scene of extreme lighting contrasts.

Fuji X-E1 review

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The new 18-55mm f/2.8-4 lens is a versatile optic, making the Fuji X-E1 a great camera to use every day.

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Several film simulation modes are available, including Provia, Astia and Velvia from the classic film stocks of Fuji's analogue days. This is Monochrome+Red Filter.

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This panoramic image shows what kind of angle of view you can get when shooting with the panoramic mode. If you look at the full resolution image you'll see on the horizon exactly where the image has been stitched together.

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Another example of how good colours look straight from the camera.

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Three different shooting ratios can be chosen, to include 3:2 (as standard), 16:9 (widescreen) and this square crop of 1:1.

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The camera's automatic white balance has done a good job of producing accurate white colours, while the metering has done well in a shaded area with a bright rear light source.