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Fujifilm X-T1 16 MP Compact System Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD and XF 18-55mm F2.8-4.0 Lens

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  • APS-C 16M X-Trans CMOS II Sensor and EXR Processor II
  • 2.36 Million Pixel OLED, High Magnification .77x - 31 Degree angle of view - Display lag 0.005 sec
  • Weather Resistant (When used with a weather resistant Fujinon lens) - Water and Dust resistant, Freeze resistant to -10 Degree / 14 Degree
  • Tilt 3.0-Inch1040K pixel LCD Screen
  • Continuous Shooting - 8fps with Tracking AF
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Color: Black | Style: with XF 18-55mm F2.8-4.0 Lens
  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 1.8 x 3.5 inches ; 15.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00HYAL84G
  • Item model number: X-T1 Kit with XF 18-55mm F2.8-4.0 Lens
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #681 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 27, 2014

Product Description

Color: Black | Style: with XF 18-55mm F2.8-4.0 Lens

From the Manufacturer

A premium interchangeable lens camera, the X-T1 features evolved SLR-style handling, mechanical dials and weather-resistanceMulti Mode Viewfinder (when paired with a weather resistant X mount lens), together with all the benefits of an X-Series camera, such as compact size, excellent mobility and high-speed performance. What's more, its newly developed electronic viewfinder is almost indistinguishable from an optical viewfinder thanks to its ultra fast display speed.

Awaken your senses as never before with the world's largest and fastest Multi Mode Viewfinder.

With its high-resolution 2.36million dot OLED display, and the world's highest magnification ratio of 0.77x*, the FUJIFILM X-T1's Real Time Viewfinder allows a true connection to your subject and a purely immersive shooting experience. The viewfinder achieves

Full Mode

a wide angle of view of 31°, and with the display's lag time of just 0.005 sec — less that a tenth of conventional cameras — you'll immediately see any changes to your composition, keeping you in touch with whatever you're shooting.

The viewfinder's newly designed Graphic User Interface provides a fresh shooting experience with clear details and a comfortable at-a-glance view of your settings.

"FULL" mode takes full advantage of the high magnification ratio of the FUJIFILM X-T1's viewfinder to give an unrivalled view of the scene. "NORMAL" provides an optimum view, including shooting settings and "DUAL" is specially designed for manual focusing with a clever split view. In the "NORMAL" and "FULL" modes, the view automatically rotates for a vertical orientation when the camera is held vertically.


Taking full advantage of the high magnification ratio of the FUJIFILM X-T1's viewfinder, "FULL" mode gives you the full field of vision available. Any obstruction of the view is avoided by placing shooting information at the top and bottom of the display screen. Ideal for composing expansive landscapes, Wide is also great when manually focusing portraits and other subjects, allowing you to easily determine the perfect focus.


When shooting with Autofocus, the "NORMAL" mode lets you concentrate on framing the shot while keeping you aware of how the shooting conditions are changing, making it the perfect setting for sports and action photography.


Hold the camera vertically and the information display automatically and smoothly rotates so it's ideally positioned for easy reading. Without taking your eye from the viewfinder, you can also check your images in vertical orientation for a truly seamless shooting experience.


In the viewfinder's "DUAL" mode, you can enjoy a view of the subject unlike anything seen through a traditional optical viewfinder. In Manual Focus, Dual cleverly displays a split screen that lets you see both a regular view of the scene, as well as the Focus Assist view (Focus Peaking and Digital Split Image Focus) at the same time, so focusing is easy and precise.

You can even customize the shooting information that's displayed in the viewfinder for easy confirmation of just about any setting you might need — it all helps to free you up, keep your eye on the action and concentrate on the essential pleasure of photography.

APS-C-sized X-Trans CMOS II sensor

Maximizing the power of APS-C-sized X-Trans CMOS II sensor

The FUJIFILM X-T1's large APS-C-sized 16M X-Trans CMOS II sensor features an original color filter array that minimizes moire and color aberrations, and also includes embedded phase detection pixels. The result is image quality that rivals a full-frame sensor. X-Trans CMOS II sensor incorporates an original color filter array with a highly random pattern, eliminating the need for an optical low-pass filter (OLPF). These filters are used in conventional systems to inhibit moiré at the expense of resolution. The X-Trans CMOS II sensor array lets the sensor capture unfiltered light from the lens, achieving an unprecedented level of resolution.

Lens Modulation Optimizer technology brings out the full potential of the XF lens.

Color reproduction that's second to none

The advanced Lens Modulation Optimizer (LMO) technology in the FUJIFILM X-T1 was made possible by the integrated development of the lens, sensor and processor. For each mounted lens, LMO high-precision processing of the lens focal length and aperture, as well as data from the screen center to the edges, corrects diffraction blur when shooting with a stopped down aperture and compensates for the slight blurring in the lens periphery. The result is edge-to-edge image quality with incredible sharpness and a sense of dimensional reality.

80 years of photo film research adds up to color reproduction that's second to none.

Over decades of film manufacture Fujifilm has perfected the skill of color reproduction and it lives on in the FUJIFILM X-T1. Pleasing skin tones, natural blues and greens, and the ability to perfectly record the diversity of white balance conditions throughout the day are all taken in the camera's stride, and it also boasts a wide dynamic range for better reproduction of detail.

Weather Resistant

Film Simulation -- adding impact and depth to photos.

With Film Simulation, you can choose from classic Fujifilm photo styles, and give your pictures varied color and tone to suit the subject, just like pros did with film. There's standard PROVIA, vivid Velvia, and ASTIA with its true-to-life skin tones; PRO Neg.Std and PRO Neg.Hi, which are portrait modes based on professional color negative film; and Monochrome expression with three different filter effects as well as Sepia.

Weather Resistant - dust-resistant, water-resistant and -10°C low-temperature operation.

The weather resistant structure is sealed in approximately 80 places and is both dust and water resistant. Additionally it is designed to cope in temperatures as low as -10°C allowing field photography without the typical worries about the weather, season or general shooting environment.

Durable full magnesium body, milled aluminum dials and reinforced LCD screen

Analog dial operation connects your vision and the camera

Strong doesn't have to mean heavy and with its body made from die-cast magnesium, the FUJIFILM X-T1's chassis is not only sturdy and durable, but also compact and lightweight. The exposure compensation, shutter speed and ISO sensitivity dials are all precision milled from aluminum and deliver a reassuring click at every notched setting, while reinforced glass is used for added protection of the LCD screen. In every detail, the high-performance FUJIFILM X-T1 is designed to be tough and reliable.

No matter whether the power is on or off, analog dial operation connects your vision and the camera.

The FUJIFILM X-T1 brings you back to the very essence of photography "the control of light" and it comes via the manual shutter speed, exposure compensation, ISO sensitivity and metering dials. Including the drive dial, all five dials are intuitively arranged on the camera's top-plate and the use of double-deck dials both simplifies operation and streamlines the elegant design.

FUJIFILM Camera Remote

Focus with a Touch with the new smart application - FUJIFILM Camera Remote.

With the new dedicated "FUJIFILM Camera Remote" application, you can focus and trigger the camera release from your smartphone or tablet. The app not only lets you adjust focus, but also control settings like shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation and ISO sensitivity. You can even apply other settings like Film Simulation, self-timer, and flash while "Touch AF" lets you focus from your phone or tablet, too.

Imagine all the situations where this smart assistant will come in handy! Take commemorative group photos with yourself in the shot, capture wildlife photos, or remotely release the shutter for night shots free from camera shake.The photographic possibilities are endless.

Share every moment via easy wireless transfer to your smartphone.

For easy wireless transfer of photos to your smartphone or tablet just download the free dedicated

FUJIFILM Camera Remote

"FUJIFILM Camera Remote" application to your device. There's no need to enter an ID, password or to change other troublesome settings; with just a

touch of a button, you can transfer your high-quality images to your phone or tablet ready to upload to your blog or social networking site.

Use your smartphone to browse and transfer photos and movies from your camera.

Using your smartphone or smart tablet, you can view the images stored in your camera, and then select and transfer the ones you want.

* In the case of the iOS version of FUJIFILM Camera Remote, you may not be able to save movie files that cannot be played on the smartphone. Use the movie size setting HD (1280 x 720) or smaller to avoid this problem.

Transfer up to 30 images at one time.

You can select and transfer up to 30 images at a time to your smartphone and to make them even easier to send and use on your device, you can copy them in their existing photo size or choose the "3M compressed image option".

* Maximum multiple image transfer is 30 photos or 2GB.

Send location data from your smartphone to you camera

Just download and install the free FUJIFILM Camera Remote application in your smartphone and you can set up your camera to acquire location data from your smartphone and geotag your images — that way you'll remember exactly where they were shot.

Automatically transfer and save photos on your PC via Wi-Fi

Just turn on your PC and select PC AutoSave from the camera's menu for effortless wireless transfer and saving of your photos and movies to your home PC.

Product Description

The New Fujifilm X-T1 is the lasted professional quality camera body to join the ever expanding X-Series family. The X-T1 features the following: APS-C 16M X-Trans CMOS II Sensor and EXR Processor II, 2.36 Million Pixel OLED, High Magnification .77x - 31 Degree angle of view - Display lag 0.005 sec, Weather Resistant (When used with a weather resistant Fusion lens) - Water and Dust resistant, Freeze resistant to -10 Degree / 14 Degree, Tilt 3.0-Inch1040K pixel LCD Screen, Continuous Shooting - 8fps with Tracking AF. The camera also features 5 analog dials - Shutter speed, EV Compensation, ISO, Drive and Metering Mode.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Since I purchase this camera, my trip is a lot easier. Picture quality is as good as DSLR but it is a lot lighter and smaller. I highly recommend this camera to anybody but… Read more ›
It delivers on the nearly silent promise, it's very unobtrusive. The image quality is very good for an APS-size sensor. BUT, the ergonomics are terrible and there are few… Read more ›
They all have their uses but the X-T1…The pictures are great straight from the camera (better than D600 in many cases and never worse (ok, with very high ISO it is worse)). Read more ›
Finally, decided to take the plunge with this Fuji X-T1 and absolutely love it. The photos are outstanding for a mirrorless camera. No, it's not a Nikon D800 with a 24-70… Read more ›
It is such a pleasure to pair this camera with touit 12,32 and fuji 23, 56 & 55-200. The image quality is fantastic, the useability is joyful. Read more ›
Overall, I am in love with this camera. Solid build and great image quaility. The only thing that I could say I didn't like about this camera was the fact that it doesn't… Read more ›
Overall I love everything about this camera. The current Fuji lens selection is amazing with more to come in the next 6 months! Fuji has done a really nice job with the X… Read more ›
No need to say more as there are so many others who have commented on the features of this camera. The X mount lenses are superb. Highly recommended. Read more ›
I usually keep the 18-55mm "kit" zoom on the X-T1 and the 55-200mm…Also have the 14mm f/2.8 lens which is a beautiful wide angle and lots of fun for architectural work. I… Read more ›
03/02/14. After using it during the day with the kit lens, it is amazing, the IQ is very good, the EVF is excellent (although i still prefer the OVF of the x100s). I have… Read more ›
You won't regret it! (But get the body only - the kit lens is really good, but the primes are breathtakingly good.) Read more ›
Sharp, vibrant pictures, even in low light. The 35mm/1.4 and 56mm/1.2 are just amazing lenses that have nothing to envy from my Canon 50/1.2L and 85mm/1.2L lenses. Seriously. Read more ›
However, the kit lens has been fantastic! The dial controls are a nice touch as well. Read more ›
I will tell you that this is probably a waste…While the camera does a great job on automatic settings it is clear when you hold it that it is designed to be used manually. Read more ›
The camera is overall much more responsive too. The customization options are a plus. The camera body is fairly small but robust and looks like it could take a punch. Read more ›
You can customize the crap…The manual focus assist options are fantastic, the response time is near instant, the back LCD looks fantastic, and the Wifi works like a champ. Read more ›
The one I received has the reportedly new nice feeling clicky menu buttons instead of the mushy ones that early batch owners complained about. Read more ›
As for the EVF that has received exceptionally high praise: I find it quite bright, easy to bring to the eye (I wear glasses), full of information and generally one of the… Read more ›
The autofocus is fast and accurate. It will hunt and seek however and is not completely flawless. Read more ›
The auto focus is FAST, the lens (18-55 kit) is solid and smooth with very good image quality. The film simulations are fun. Read more ›
My xt-1 is perfect in every respect. The auto focus is blazingly fast, and the "kit" lens that it came with puts the competition to shame. I'm not a pixel peeper,… Read more ›
My main complaint about the X-E1 was the lagging AF,…The X-T1 has great focusing in terms of both, speed and accuracy (I have lenses 18mm f2, 35mm f1.4, and 60mm f2.4). T… Read more ›
And it has many. I especially like the focus peak option for focus assist. It really helps my aging eyes. Read more ›
Using the Rokinon 85mm f/1.4+Metabones speedbooster, creates great images, with amazing out of focus area and great FF look images, and it's actually usable manually… Read more ›
Other than…The Fuji X-T1 is easy and intuitive to use, the lenses are top-notch, and the body and lenses are around half the size and weight of Canon DSLR equivalents. T… Read more ›
Used it successfully for a wedding, nature shots around my mountaintop home and studio,…Fun and easy to use, even though it looks overloaded with dials and controls. Th… Read more ›
1. Max Shutter speed of 1/4000 (as compared to 1/8000 for Ollie and Panasonic…But for that, 1/4000s is usually plenty good enough for uses and is not much of an issue . 2… Read more ›
This camera reminds me of my old Yashica FX3. Small, light and easy to use. But with the electronics, the customizability it is certainly far superior to that manual camera… Read more ›
Terrific image quality Remote App for iPhone is sublimely easy to use and a new and powerful asset for street shooting auto focus / facial recognition very fast - a giant… Read more ›
Love this camera. Lightweight, easy to use, great images. It's the size of a street photographer's camera but with the quality of a larger professional camera. Read more ›
I'd assume about two full seconds. The electronic viewfinder is simply amazing. It's super-sharp and super vibrant. Read more ›
Nothing really unique to comment but having owned the X-E2 and being familiar with all Fuji models: Current best of the X series, new viewfinder is indeed nice, center… Read more ›
The viewfinder is wonderful and is most of the time, a pleasure to use. During low light conditions, the VF does show noise, which although not too bad for autofocus shots,… Read more ›
That's about all I can say as others have…The image quality is fantastic, the camera is far more compact than my Nikon DSLR's, and the electronic viewfinder is amazing. Read more ›
This is the BEST one yet, no question about it in my mind. Solid build, excellent viewfinder, responsive manual controls, very good image quality, etc. The X-T1 delivers a… Read more ›
But there are negatives as…Every one raves about the superb view finder of the X-Ti, and it is great, but doing a side by side comparison, the E-M1 has a brighter view. W… Read more ›
I purchased this camera as an alternative to my Canon DSLR. The performance was great and the build quality is amazing. However it was returned due to two (personal) reasons. Read more ›
Beautiful beautiful camera, great build quality, stunning photos. Not sure why would anyone choose to get any other APS-C camera. Read more ›
My only complaint is with…The X-T1 functions as new and does not have the light leak problem, I have since purchased 3 lenses which are all of superb quality and build. Read more ›
The camera has an extremely solid construction, all the dials feel extremely well made and the EVF is excellent and very responsive. Read more ›
I first bought the X-E2 but when I heard the announcement about the X-T1 I returned it and preordered this one. The camera is sturdy well build as are the lenses. It feels… Read more ›
Very solid build. The entire camera including the kit lens have a very pro feel to them. Read more ›
I put the build quality of the camera on par, or even better, than the build quality of the legendary and proven Nikon D300s and the more…The body is solid, but not heavy. Read more ›
I recently upgraded my DSLR to a full frame body. I also bought a collection of L lens. Read more ›
If you are looking to grab a good body with a good kit zoom and nothing else, this will do the trick - but likely so will others, if you aren't as interested in how the… Read more ›
1. I feel that the Autofocus mode for sports is still lacking and a improvement…2. A full frame body will take Fuji's business to the heights they have never dreamt of. T… Read more ›
But, put…It strains my wrists and I have to fish for the controls because they feel incredibly crowded on such a compact body, with one of my hands wrapped around the lens. Read more ›
The focus-peaking modes and split-screen focusing features work great for manual focusing on the X-T1, making it a truly useful body even for those who want to use… Read more ›
The image quality was fine but not outstanding: shooting with the 35mm f/1.4, photos are often fairly sharp and colors are reasonable. With respect to exposure quality, the… Read more ›
2- COLORS are amazing. There are Film simulation modes for studio portrait, outdoor portrait, landscape, and Black&White. Read more ›
REALLY great. Such great images and color rendition is ridiculously dead-on in varied lighting conditions that flummox other brands image processors (sony, canon, etc). I'm… Read more ›
Great camera. I had wanted something small enough to cary in a small bag, but that would take amazing shots with great color and great low light capabilities. And that… Read more ›
This is a wonderful design, as I have been shooting since the 60's and relate to manual control of major functions. The images have great detail and color. The only thing… Read more ›
This is so far I could say the best compact mirrorless camera i have used, and the IQ stil in par with Dslr. Fast focus speed, beautiful color, lovely skin color,.. You… Read more ›
It is simply perfect. Perfect in size, in weight, in creative control (knobs instead of menus for common exposure settings). There are a substantial number of lens… Read more ›
A great small camera that reminds me of those I used back in the…The result are wonderful and its size means I can take it every where, great for travel and people shots. Read more ›
This and the 23mm F1.4 have become my go-to kit... That, the 14mm, and the 55-200 have become a travel kit of sorts -…The quality and versatility is unmatched at this size. Read more ›
Battery life is not good, but probably the same as other cameras in this category. It's a great size for travel also. Read more ›
Feels very good, and it's amazing to have it in a very small package comparing it to similar…It enables you to take it easily to lots of more places that a full size DSLR. Read more ›
It's just a joy to use, and its full of features that are cutting-edge AND the perfect mix of retro-art-camera...in a compact size with a great clean sensor that records… Read more ›
While not perfect, it easily allows the innate advantages of an electronic viewfinder to eclipse the…The added ISO dial is a plus, though I'm still getting used to it. W… Read more ›
The dials are great. Having an ISO dial is a great idea. Read more ›
The X-T1 is an improvement in just about every way. It focuses quickly, has great high ISO performance, and is supported by a line of terrific lenses. Read more ›
There are several button on the camera that you can customize to work the particular function you want...like ISO selection, Face Detection, and many others. Read more ›
And the combination of ISO 100…It would be nice to have a body with a much more substantial range of lower ISO--if there was a way to keep the decent high ISO as well ;) Read more ›
Some of the dials are easy to turn, i.e. the bracketing dial. I wish they would've added a locking mechanism like the ISO dial, for example. The SD card door is flimsy and… Read more ›
menus - not too bad, i love the customizable function buttons, everything is pretty easy to get to with only a few clicks at most. I do have one major wish that COULD be… Read more ›
It's definitely a complex little machine, with TONS of customization options (6 assignable function buttons? Really? Read more ›
S…Face detect can be set to a function button... why not make it a direct toggle (as with other binary options) and not Fn -> face menu -> move from off to on (with D-Pad!!!) Read more ›
I charged up on Thursday and now its Monday and…It is highly configurable in general to one's specific needs with many custom function buttons you can set to what you want. Read more ›
I find the focus tracking on continuous to be very good…I saw that someone doesn't like the button size, to me the button size is fine as long as I'm not wearing gloves. Read more ›
The focus point selection is a nightmare (didn't thought it was so bad when I read about it) with the D-Pad and the need to press a function button before and press OK… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

153 of 162 people found the following review helpful By JonShar on February 24, 2014
Style Name: Body OnlyColor Name: Black
Just fantastic. If you're looking at this camera then you've probably already done tons of research, so I'll just leave bullet points. I've only had this for 4 days, but have spent about 35 hours with it by now and feel like I know it pretty well!

Pros -

- It's TINY. I was expecting it to be bigger, but it's barely bigger than the X-E1/X-E2.
- Fits in the hand beautifully. Fuji have put a rubber "nub" on the rear top right corner, and it's perfect for one-handed shooting.
- The knobs on top are great, everything is intuitive. I actually bought the Nikon Df in December and returned it after a couple of weeks, it never became intuitive. The only thing I would change is not having to press the button in when changing ISO every time.
- Rear screen is big and bright. Seen many comments saying it should be a touchscreen (it shouldn't) and it should flip sideways (it shouldn't) - touchscreens should stay far, far away from cameras!
- Build quality is ace. Feels rock solid, but weighs practically nothing.
- SD card slot is on the side, helps with not having to take off tripod to change card.
- OHMYGOODNESS THE EVF! I've never been a fan of EVFs, but this is incredible. The first day I shot with it, I loved it, but I knew I needed to wait until shooting at night until I got the full picture - it was fantastic. Helped me see things in the dark that I never would with an OVF, it's going to change the way I shoot night photography. Being able to see exposure and WB changes in the viewfinder before shooting is fantastic - and the auto-rotation when shooting vertical is genius.

Cons -

- the buttons are just a tiny bit TOO indented on the rear of the camera.
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117 of 126 people found the following review helpful By L. Rothman on February 24, 2014
Style Name: with XF 18-55mm F2.8-4.0 LensColor Name: Black
Having had many a pro DSLR camera body and lenses as well as a complete Micro 4/3rd system over the last 5 years (EM1 Olympus) I fully understand the compromises that can come from a "non" DSLR system. Slower focus, lessor color depth, slower shooting ability, poorer build quality, and the list goes on
Now having said that I sold ALL my camera gear off in the anticipation of this camera and lens system. I researched till I could no longer find a competent review and photo taken with this amazing X-Trans sensor. After a week of ownership I can say without hesitation THIS is the camera that will set some benchmarks after time. The Sony A7's get their accolades, but the Fuji's present something "different" intrinsic to the photographic picture. A nearly 3D look to their files that can hardly be explained. Their colors are simply yummy and are so pleasant to see. The files are also virtually devoid of ANY sensor noise or artifacts. Sony has noise reduction built in and compression you can NOT turn off. The Micro 4/3rd bodies unfortunately possess noise at ALL ISO sensitivities. This camera I can shoot right up to ISO6400 and see nearly NOTHING noise oriented 100% on screen. There is NO noise or artifacts in the blue sky shots.

Moving along to the other aspects that are amazing. This camera is fully capable of 8fps while focusing continuously. And frankly having owned a venerable D700 full frame Nikon, this camera will keep right up with it in the tracking arena. Even just spur of the moment mashing of the shutter button will render you an IN focus shot, so being spontaneous is rewarded. The build is rock solid and the switches are very tight and are not likely to be mistakenly moved.
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86 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Chris R. Field on February 28, 2014
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I wont bother with image quality, it is the same as the XE-2, basically the same as the Xpro-1. This is a hit or miss with some people, i wont waste any time as this is not what makes this camera unique in Fuji's lineup. Read any Fuji X-trans review for image quality. All I will say is it is top notch.

I have been shooting with the XE-1 and OMD EM-5 for the last year or so. I primarily do timelapse photography which is comparable to landscape photography, also studio plant timelapse and macro work. General photography is a hobby of mine. I am not a professional photographer but do use photography professionally, if that makes sense. I moved from Nikon pro gear to mirrorless cameras to save weight for extended hikes to remote areas.

the XT-1 is about as perfect as a camera (for my purposes) as i have ever found, it certainly sets a new bench mark.

I doubt I will be using my XE-1 much at all for general photography. I have had this love hate relationship between the OMD and the XE-1. I liked the output of the XE-1, but found the AF to be terrible, the EVF was decent, but nothing to scream about. Everything the XE-1 did poorly the OMD excelled at, everything the OMD fell short in the XE-1 excelled in.

The XT-1 is so much faster in operation than the XE-1. the AF is very fast, it seems to be very accurate. Compared to any other mirrorless camera on the market the AF-C tracks like a bloodhound. Which to say it is about as good as a prosumer level DSLR. The viewfinder is not only usable, it is darn good.

I think the XT-1's EVF is probably the first one that really starts to threaten the OVF. Looking through this one, I would suspect the EVF is only 2 maybe 3 small generations to outperforming an OVF in every way imaginable.
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