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X Series


Feature 4Speed Response with EXR Processor

The EXR processor offers a fast AF in dark scenes.

Fast startup 0.55-second response means you'll never miss the moment

Quick, responsive AF, even in low light

Locking on to your subject in as little as 0.16 seconds, High Speed Contrast Detection AF captures even spur-of-the-moment shots with sharp clarity at maximum 4x zoom. And unlike conventional premium digital cameras, the XF1 autofocus system reacts quickly even in low light, making it possible to shoot high-quality hand-held photos indoors or at night.

Fast Startup 0.55 sec.

In QUICK START MODE, the XF1 is ready to shoot in just 0.55 seconds.

Shooting Interval 0.8 sec includes in AF.

From quicker startup to shorter shot-to-shot delay (minimum 0.8 sec. delay), the responsive EXR sensor and processor ensure you never miss a shot.

Fast Startup 0.55 sec*.
  • * when QUICK START mode set to ON.
High Speed Continuous Shooting approx. 10fps**.
  • ** The frame rate varies depending on the shooting conditions or numbers of frames in continuous shooting.
High-Speed AF 0.16 sec.
Short-Time Interval 0.8 sec.

EXR Processor for superior resolution, wide dynamic range, high sensitivity, and low noise

Working in tandem with the 2/3-inch EXR CMOS sensor, the EXR processor helps take image quality to a new level. The fast, powerful twin CPU EXR Core is reconfigurable, meaning it instantly adapts to complex processing needs. The benefits: superb quality still photographs, rapid-fire continuous shooting, and true high-resolution video.


  • * Sample photos are simulated images.