I recently took delivery of a nice and shiny Fujifilm X-Pro1 and today I got to really give it a good workout in some very testing conditions. We paid a visit to Warner Brothers Studios in Hertfordshire to see the Making of Harry Potter. Armed with just the 35/1.4 lens and the X-Pro1 I set about capturing some of the fantastic sites on the tour.
Without wanting this blog to become just another of many (and better) reviews out there, I’ll keep things really simple. To say the camera performed well would be an understatement, it was brilliant. A very capable camera, that simply worked in very dark conditions with a mixture of lighting. It didn’t trip it up at all and I can’t wait to put it to work on our next wedding.
As always I have added some of the images from the day and I hope you’ll take the time to comment. All images have had some minor editing. But pretty much what you see below is what you get from the X-Pro1.
PS: If there are any Harry Potter fans reading this that haven’t been on the tour, you really need to book those tickets, it’s fantastic!