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Fujifilm X-T1 16 MP Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD (Body Only) (Graphite Silver & Weather Resistant)
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- APS-C 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II Sensor w/ EXR Processor II
- Weather Resistant - dust-resistant, water-resistant and -10 DegreeC low-temperature operation.
- Real Time Viewfinder - 2.36million dot OLED display, and the world's highest magnification ratio of 0.77x* Real Time Viewfinder
- Classic Chrome - A sixth choice has been added to Film Simulation, which gives a unique luster and depth to photos.
- High-speed 1/32000sec electronic shutter
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I was afraid to go back to an APS-C sensor with a brand I didnt know, but I am so glad that I did. Amazing camera, amazing manual controls and amazingly small without being too small. Highly recommended.
I bough this camera for a travel purpose and pair it with a 35mm f2 lens. Since it is a lot smaller and lighter than DSLR I always carry it around.
I major in outdoor portrait. If you do mostly indoor. I would recommend a wider prime lens.
I am uploaded a few photos that was taken with XT1 with 35mm F2 lens. All with natural light.
Primarily because of the EVF. That was enough for me to acquire an additional camera. The rather large EVF is outstanding. Especially for an eyeglass wearer like myself. To have immediate access to all camera controls coupled with this large viewfinder makes it so enjoyable, for me, to use this camera. Perhaps you could argue I have gear acquisition syndrome to an extent, or perhaps because I had a little extra money to burn that day, but I just had to have another 'x100t' with a 56mm f1.2 lens and that rather 'large' viewfinder.
At my age now, as a senior, I welcome the lighter weight of this camera, with its interchangeable lenses, it's retro look that reminds me so much of the well built cameras of my day, it's 'exposure triangle' dials so easily accessible instead of having to drill down thru camera menus, and, that beautiful large viewfinder for my older eyes (and as an eyeglass wearer). This camera frees me of the many obstacles I have been experiencing during my advancing years and makes my photography a much more pleasing experience. And that new found pleasure makes, for me, the additional expense of this camera worth it. Thanks Fuji.
If my review of my personal experience with this camera was helpful to you, please choose 'yes' in the helpful menu below. Thank you sincerely, Richard.
Edit: this continues to be my favorite APC-S camera of all I have bought recently and will remain in my collection. I'm betting this will be a classic. But that's just my opinion. Thank you for reading. As this camera just adds to my enjoyment of photography immensely . Richard
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. Not quite there yet, but that gap between the XE-1 EVF and a solid 100% view pentaprism OVF just got a lot smaller. And dont worry, the EVF future is looking incredible! There is NO percieveable lag in the viewfinder, I would suspect the lag is insignificant compared to the average persons response time. meaning, you wont lose the shot due to lag, even in low light scenarios.
For the build quality, i would say using a DSLR comparison it would be like a D800 vs a D7x00 series. Or a 5Dmk3 vs a 60D. Where you pick it up and are somehow immediately able to recognize it as something that is very well crafted and designed, and that it is a thing if quality. The knobs feel fantastic, the textured faux leather is far nicer than the XE-1's, it feels like it was machined out of a solid piece. Even the LCD screen feels solid and confidant. That is how the XT-1 not only feels compared to the XE-1, but it also looks that way too. I'm not 100% how to describe it, but I'm sure everyone understands exactly what I am talking about. This is a serious camera, I have owned and enjoyed the Fuji XE-1, first gen Olympus Pen, Olympus OMD, Sony NEX-3, Sony NEX-5N, and Nikon J1, I have handled the NEX6, and NEX7. I liked all those cameras, they all had thier strengths and weaknesses, however this is the first mirrorless camera I have ever held that feels like a professional grade tool. It looks great in the pictures, it looks and feels amazing in your hand. I would be wary of the opinion of anybody who says this is anything but a solidly constructed tool.
well, except for the side door which feel as cheap as ever. and the unlock buttons on the dials are"ok". And of course, the rear buttons sure are flush. so its not all puppies and sunshine, but those seem awfully insignificant in the long run (to me at least).
The flash they give in, well, i havent used it yet, and i probably wont. But it feels nicer than the clip on flash that came with the NEX3, NEX5, and OMD, which all felt like junk to me.
(I have not used or tested the SONY A7(r) or A6000, Olympus OMD EM-1. Sony and Olympus both make fantastic gear, i love all brands, my raving about the XT-1 should not be viewed as an attack on these fantastic cameras, to be honest though, I have yet to hold a mirrorless camera from ANY brand that feels as good as this)
This is NOT a light camera. For some reason everyone seems way too zoned in on the fact a camera CAN be smaller when mirrorless, and yes, it can, but I would think the larger benefit is the ability to go with smaller lens elements, reducing the cost for high quality lenses. I mean come on, we are all adults here, garbage in, garbage out. That is what lured me into the Fuji system is the excellent optics, the 35 1.4 is every bit as sharp as the Nikon 24-70 f/2.8 which i owned for years, but costs a fraction of the price (different lens different purposes i know, but the idea remains the same). I cant say enough about the Fuji lenses that i have used. Currently my lineup includes the 18-55 (best kit lens ever made period) the 35mm f/1.4, and the 14mm f/2.8. All three of these lenses have strong reputations for a very good reason.
Im handling mine right now with the 14 f/2.8 and i tell ya what, I cant imagine this was any lighter than my D7000 and the 35mm 1.4 lens. This is NOT a pocketable camera. Even with a pancake lens, unless you have comically large pants with giant pockets full of ipads and animals.
As for customization, that can all be found online as well. You can customize the crap out of this camera. 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. Where as the first Fujis were a bit limited in options and gimmicks, this thing has the whole catalog and more. And the best part is if you dont like that junk, and just want to use it as a manual camera, well, go ahead. None of that stuff gets in the way. This camera can be as basic, or as advanced as YOU wish. It is a camera that easily molds itself to your style of shooting.
As for the XE-1, it will probably be kept as a backup camera, but live most of its life on one of my motion controlled time lapse rigs with my OMD. I just got the parts to build out a battery adapter so i can run it with large capacity batteries for extended timelapse in the field, or plug it into the wall if needed.
This is hands down the best mirrorless camera i have ever held. (as mentioned before, i have NOT used the Sony A7(r), A6000 or the new OMD Em-1 all of which seem to draw most comparisons)