Last year’s breakthrough Fujifilm’s mirrorless cameras in the niche has been very successful . At a sufficiently high value devices mount Fujifilm X enjoyed success with those amateurs who gives priority to the picture quality.
In 2013 it was replaced with the debut models Fujifilm X-Pro1 and Fujifilm X-E1 came just three cameras : the expected change in the face of Fujifilm X-E2 ( review) , as well as more accessible to the masses Fujifilm X-M1 and Fujifilm X-A1. The first two are based on the matrix X-Trans II CMOS sensors with integrated hybrid autofocus. Fujifilm X-A1 uses a conventional matrix size APS-C filter with Bayer – which, incidentally, almost does not degrade the quality of the final images as compared to peers in the lineup.
Another three Fujifilm camera with happy for the company letter X in the title came in 2013 to replace predecessors : Fujifilm X100S ( seemingly ), Fujifilm X20 ( review) and Fujifilm XQ1.
Fujifilm X100S ( replacement compact premium class Fujifilm X100) were pleased with the new matrix X-Trans II CMOS APS-C size with a resolution of 16 megapixels , a hybrid autofocus, and twice as fast processor EXR Processor II.
Fujifilm X20 and Fujifilm XQ1 ( successors Fujifilm X10 and Fujifilm XF1) primarily differs from its predecessor on the matrix EXRCMOS refusal in favor of the X-Trans CMOS. It is possible to simplify the work with the footage in RAW pictures and improve detail.