Is the Fuji X-E1 a real camera?

Unlike most of the disposable plastic (but expensive) cameras I review today, the X-E1 is a real camera: all-metal with engraved markings, and so are its lenses. It’s better built than anything today from Nikon or Canon, and the same as LEICA — for a fraction of the price of any of them.

Can a Leica lens be used on an XE1?

The X-E1 can use LEICA and other brands of lenses cave-manually with a Lens Adapter, but don’t use anything other than the Fuji XF lenses in the range from 18-60mm. When used with random lenses on an adapter, the XE1 has manually-set controls to correct distortion, color edge shading and falloff correction.

Which is better iPhone 5 or Fuji X-E1?

Extraordinarily good auto white balance in crummy light, as good as iPhone 5 and much better than DSLRs. Great highlight rendition; the Auto Dynamic Range feature really helps hold the highlights regardless of the conditions. Blah color rendition, much duller than Canon, Nikon or iPhone 5.

Which is better the Fuji X-E1 or the M9?

The X-E1 allows you to shoot faster, be more discrete and attract less attention. The X-E1 brings back stunning technical quality from a compact, precise, all-metal camera with a minimum of fuss. When you learn it, the X-E1 is simpler and faster to shoot than the M9.

How big is the Fujifilm X-E1 CMOS sensor?

The compact X-E1 is engineered to deliver extraordinary image quality. It starts with FUJIFILM’s proprietary 16.3 APS-C X-Trans 2/3-Inch CMOS sensor whose unique pixel array is designed to deliver unsurpassed image resolution and color accuracy.

Where is the diopter correction dial on Fujifilm X-E1?

The X-E1 offers a diopter correction dial that enables users to adjust the strength of the viewfinder in accordance with their eyesight. The dial is located on the side of the viewfinder and can be adjusted from -4m-1 – +2m-1 (dtp).