Fuji X-Pro 1 & Hasselblad Xpan

Just got my Fuji X-pro 1.

And as I tought it looks very similar to my Hasselblad Xpan (Know as wall as Fuji TX-1). I'm pretty sure the extraordinary Xpan as been used as model to create the X-Pro 1.


Left : Fuji X-Pro 1 + 18 f2.0

Right: Fuji Tx-1 + 45mm




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  • Toni.Wang73 3y

    They looks very similar
  • ⓁⒶⓂⓁⓊⓍ 3y

    Oh that makes sense now.
  • FlouNet 3y

    for me, xpro-1 is based on Contax G2. Congratulation
  • . : Jonathan Fiamor : . 3y

    I love those rectangular hoods :)
  • Le Zla - Statsr.net 3y

    @FlouNet, thery are also similar, but the Hasselblad Xpan was build by Fuji, that's why I guess they look so similar...
  • Daniel Choo 3y

    Fuji people are trying to tell Leica people that they are not copycats...
    Hasselblad = Fujifilm
  • Kurt Traver 3y

    Makes me want all the stronger for rumors of a digital xpan to be true
  • Keith Towers 3y

    I think you are right. Fuji made the Hasseblad XPAN/TX1 and seems to have carried this design on with their current X series cameras. I have a black X100 and it is very similar in design. Nice to know we have an amazing pedigree to look back on.
  • mark~man 2y

    Nice observation! But even though they look so similiar, I still prefer the design of the xpan.
  • Pierre Pettersson 2y

    Great shot,would you consider joining a new flickr group called Fujifilm X Gear? www.flickr.com/groups/2271372@N22/
    lands you directly on the page.
    Help me to get this group to grow both with pictures of your equipment and on the forum.
    Self portrait with your camera is more a gladly welcome.
    All the best too you.
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