One of the first cameras I reviewed for Imaging Resource was the classic-looking, oh-so-retro Fujifilm XF1. It sported the same size 2/3″ X-Trans sensor (version I) as the X30, as well as the same 12mp resolution, a similar fixed-lens 4x zoom (slightly different range) and of course also proudly displayed the nifty notion that a camera doesn't really even need a clunky on-off switch (just turn the lens and start shooting!).
In addition I've been fortunate to have gotten in quite a bit of time with the higher-end fixed lens…
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