• Rick says:

    Thanks Dan, this might very well be my next camera body.

  • Dan says:

    Rick, I think you won’t be disappointed!

  • Ken Lowe says:

    Great review Dan but just spell check your Monochromatic paragraph, I believe it should say ‘shift’…

  • Peter says:

    Great review. Like you I love the idea Fuli had for the LCD screen. Film was all there was when I started shooting. Maybe it is silly, but I remember taping the film box leaves to my OM-1 (before I got the slot on the FM2). I am thinking of getting this camera and your review really helped eliminate any doubts I had. Now I just need to play the lottery or save a bit longer.

  • Dan says:

    Haha… Thanks Ken. I was just seeing if you guys were paying attention.

  • Jazz1 says:

    Thanks for the fair review. Certainly, this camera is not for everyone. I took the plunge by ordering because I value my experience with the X-Pro-2 and a myriad of film cameras.

    What puzzles me is the myriad of naysayers. The XPro-2 never got trashed by some that XPro-3 has received.

    Frankly speaking I think this age of anonymity promotes trash talk over reflection about what value other people might find in a product. The “my way or the highway” talk serves no one but themselves.

    I’ve had to work hard to remember what I value, and what works for me. In this case my transition from the X-Pro 2 to the XPro-3 will work well for me.

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