Best of CES 2012: Where are they now?

Come with us on a trip back to January 2012 as we track down last year's award winners and find out...what happened?

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Cameras: Fujifilm X-Pro1
What we said then: "Fujifilm bolsters its reputation as a quality camera company with the new X-Pro 1, its first mirrorless model. Targeted at professionals, the camera incorporates several innovations, including a promising new sensor and lovely hybrid viewfinder, all in a sleek retro design."

Now: The X-Pro1 debuted in the spring and was reviewed favorably on CNET. It marked a trend of companies without dSLR lines trying to convince enthusiast and professional photographers that mirrorless interchangeable-lens technology could compete with higher-end dSLRs.

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