Well, the first one I’ve found anyway, perhaps not as detailed as the hardcore camera review sites get, but it’s more than a start, at Roel.Me. Here’s the bit I care about most:
Prior to borrowing the X-E1 from Fujifilm, I updated my X-Pro1′s firmware to V2.00 which brought a few welcome changes to the camera. Most notable are the reduced SD card write times, reduced playback delay – even the auto focus (AF) and manual focus (MF) are better. Fujifilm released this update so that the X-Pro1 could match the improved performance of the X-E1 and as you will soon find out, both cameras perform equally well.
On the X-E1, AF is fairly fast and responsive. No, it is not blazingly fast nor will you be able to track fast moving objects, but the AF acquires the subject in short order and is extremely accurate.
After using the X-E1 for a week now, its performance and handling is virtually identical to the X-Pro1 (with firmware update V2.00).
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