Fujifilm XF1 Premium Digital Compact Camera Launched In India At Rs. 33989

by Rohit on October 17, 2012

Fujifilm, a leading camera manufacturer globally, has launched its stylish and compact digital camera XF1 in India on 16th October 2012 at a priced of Rs. 33,989. The XF1 is a premium camera which is very compact yet high on capabilities and has been designed in a very trendy leather and metal finish.

XF1_Red_Front_Left_Wide

The X series by Fujifilm is acclaimed for its high image quality and superior performance coupled with ease of use and simplicity of design. It is targeted towards style conscious buyers who want high quality pictures without carrying the bulk of full size professional DSLRs.

It is made of synthetic leather covering that resembles genuine leather and resilient aluminium body parts. In addition to its distinctive looks, the XF1 is also lightweight with smart features, trendy to look and available in three colours – Red, Black and Brown.

The XF1 features f/1.8 FUJINON lens, that features a manual 4x optical zoom (25mm-100mm) operated simply by twisting the zoom ring. It has a 2/3-inch EXR-CMOS sensor and EXR Processor, which are used in the FUJIFILM X10 for superior image quality, feel, and ease-of-use  of the X series.

Fujifilm XF1 launch with Kenichi Tanaka, MD, Minissha Lamba, Rohit Pandit, EVP (L-R)

Announcing the launch, Mr. K Tanaka, Managing Director, FUJIFILM India, said,

“FUJIFILM is dedicated to create ‘out of the box’ features and new technology packed into our digital cameras. India is an important market for us and we are focused on deepening our relationship with the consumers here while staying committed to realizing the untapped potential in the market. We are proud to launch FUJIFILM XF1 that delivers on FUJIFILM’s rich optical heritage and are confident that the meticulous combination of style and technical features in the XF1 will be appreciated by the connoisseurs of photography.

Specifications of the Fujifilm XF1 Compact Digital Camera

  • 12MP 2/3″ EXR-CMOS sensor
  • ISO 100-3200, ISO 4000-6400 at 6MP resolution, ISO 12800 at 3MP
  • 25-100mm equivalent, F1.8-4.9 lens with optical image stabilization (4 stops benefit claimed)
  • Manual zoom ring and lens retraction mechanism
  • Full manual control, RAW format recording
  • 3″ 460k dot LCD
  • Full HD movie recording with built-in stereo microphones
  • Film simulation modes for different colour and monochrome ‘looks’
  • In-camera RAW conversion with all in-camera processing parameters adjustable
  • ‘Advanced Filters’ image-processing controls, previewed live on-screen

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Rohit

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