Upload & Sell: On
I have just come full circle in regards to the X-Pro1. From the initial anticipation before the camera arrived, the concerns I had before buying it, the excitement of first trying it out to getting frustrated with it, trying to take it back to the dealer, having to keep it and finally coming to terms with what kind of camera it is and fully appreciating the picture quality.
Check my blog post for more if interested.
Great review and I sort of feel the same about the XP-1. I think the thing to realize is there's quite a sharp learning curve with the camera. Once I had it figured out, it became a dream to shoot with. I'm actually really impressed with the auto-focus, especially with the 35/1.4. It's not lightning fast but it's amazingly accurate. I'm also using the XP-1 along side my 5DII... to be hoenst, I dont think the 5DII will get much use anymore. All I need is a 35mm equivilant on the XP-1 and i'll be a happy camper.
http://www.derekclarkphotography.com/index.php/blog/ (this isn't my blog, but it was an awesome read about the X-Pro1)