Something that Fujifilm users have been asking for almost non-stop is a focus peaking feature. It was built into the X100s and it worked pretty darned well. Focus peaking allows a user to clearly see what is in focus when manually focusing–and will be an awesome addition with something like the SLR Magic 27mm f1.7. Today, Fujifilm is letting you all know that later on in June and then another one in July, we’ll be getting a sweet update that includes focus peaking–and it will be coming to the X Pro 1 and XE-1.
The company is also continuing to improve the autofocus with current lenses. All the details are after the jump.
When these updates are applied, we’re going to do a comprehensive update to the autofocus section of our Fujifilm X Pro 1 review and our 35mm f1.4 review. Plus we’ll update our comparison against the OMD. We’re super excited about this because Fujifilm has shown the commitment to supporting their products more than any other company via loads of firmware updates.