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Jul 09, 2014 15:46 |  #1966

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Jul 09, 2014 16:41 |  #1968

Hey all, what is the hierarchy of the X-series of cameras?


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Jul 09, 2014 16:46 |  #1969

I may get abuse for this but I think it's -

X-t1
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X pro 1

The xt1 and xe2 have pretty much the same internals (I think).


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Jul 09, 2014 16:56 |  #1970

is that highest to lowest?


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Jul 09, 2014 17:00 |  #1971

Yes. The X-T1 is currently their flagship body.


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Jul 09, 2014 17:01 |  #1972

androostain wrote in post #17021486 (external link)
is that highest to lowest?

Highest to lowest of top 3, there are many other models


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Jul 09, 2014 17:57 |  #1973

PLLphotography wrote in post #17021493 (external link)
Yes. The X-T1 is currently their flagship body.

Does Fuji actually consider the X-T1 their flagship? Source?

AFAIK, they still consider the X-Pro 1 their flagship despite the superior performance of the X-T1. I'd say most users would agree the X-T1 is their flagship, just not sure Fuji officially agrees.


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Jul 09, 2014 18:39 |  #1974

PLLphotography wrote in post #17021493 (external link)
Yes. The X-T1 is currently their flagship body.

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Does Fuji actually consider the X-T1 their flagship? Source?

AFAIK, they still consider the X-Pro 1 their flagship despite the superior performance of the X-T1. I'd say most users would agree the X-T1 is their flagship, just not sure Fuji officially agrees.

I think it largely depends on your application. Many people still prefer having the option to use the OVF. I'm personally very excited to see what they do with the X-Pro2.

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The xt1 and xe2 have pretty much the same internals (I think).

They're mostly the same, but there are some key differences.

X-T1 has; Expanded ISO range (expanded, software related), White balance bracketing, interval timer, UHS-II support and the biggest one is the 8FPS with tracking and predictive AF.

I'd agree that the X-T1 is the flagship for most people, but the X-Pro1 is unlike anything else on the market.

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Jul 09, 2014 20:34 |  #1975

androostain wrote in post #17021466 (external link)
Hey all, what is the hierarchy of the X-series of cameras?

officially it's Xpro1, XT1, XE2, XE1, XM1, XA1. Unofficially it's XT1, XE2, Xp1, XE1, XM1, XA1. The XM1 and XA1 are definitely last and second to last (the M has the same sensor as the "better" bodies, the A has a traditional sensor with an AA filter). The issue is the Xp1 hasn't been replaced so it's behind on a bunch of specs the XT1 and XE2 beat it on now. But the new Xp2 (whenever it arrives) will be the top of the pile again. The XT1 and XE2 (I own both) are very VERY similar bodies in most aspects, the biggest difference (since the firmware update) would be the layout/design in that the XT is an SLR wannabe and the XE2 is a rangefinder wannabe.


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Jul 10, 2014 11:56 |  #1976

jacobsen1 wrote in post #17021885 (external link)
The XT1 and XE2 (I own both) are very VERY similar bodies in most aspects, the biggest difference (since the firmware update) would be the layout/design in that the XT is an SLR wannabe and the XE2 is a rangefinder wannabe.

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Jul 10, 2014 12:26 |  #1979

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I've been having success pairing this with my 6D. It amazes me every time. I just set the auto ISO to 1600 and slowest shutter speed to 1/80th and give it to my assistant and let her shoot candids around the venue.

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