Fujifilm X-T1 16 MP Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD (Body Only) (Weather Resistant) (Old Model)
|Model Name||Fujifilm X-T1|
|Form Factor||SLR-style mirrorless|
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- 16.3 MP APS-C X-Trans II CMOS sensor
- ISO 200-6400 (expandable to 51200)
- 1080/30fps HD video (.MOV/H.264)
- Water and dust resistant and freezeproof to -14C/+14F with weather resistant lenses
- Up to 8 FPS continuous shooting
- 3 inch tiltable LCD with 1,040,000 dots
- OLED viewfinder with 100% coverage and 2,360,000 dots
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|Screen Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Item Dimensions||5.08 x 1.85 x 3.54 inches||4.65 x 1.61 x 3.27 inches||5.08 x 1.46 x 2.95 inches||5.5 x 3.3 x 1.8 inches||5.6 x 5.6 x 8 inches||8 x 5.6 x 6.4 inches|
|Item Weight||0.97 lbs||0.84 lbs||0.77 lbs||2.90 lbs||2.60 lbs||3.10 lbs|
|Photo Sensor Size||APS-C||APS-C||APS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm)||APS-C||APS-C||1-inch|
|Video Capture Resolution||1080p||1080p||1080p||1080p||2160p||2160p|
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.
SERIAL #42A09946 14 DAY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE, 90 DAY PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY.
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to a mirrorless camera after doing lots of research. I settled on the Fujifilm X-T1 because I liked
the retro camera body design and the quality of the lens selection. It's small and light, which makes it easier to carry around. The bulkiness of the Canon T2i DSLR made it tedious to carry around, and I took less photos as a result.
The dials on the camera for ISO, Shutter speed, exposure and aperture make taking pictures more
interactive and fun. The dials have a good solid metal construction and feel good. The entire camera
body feels solid in your hand. The build quality is just superb.
I got the camera with the 18-55 kit lens, and it is an amazing lens. Compared to the Canon kit lens, the Fuji 18-55mm lens is vastly superior. It boasts image sharpness, an f2.8-4 aperture and a solid metal construction. One of the reasons I chose Fujifilm was because of this lens.
When I first tried the camera, I was blown away at the quality of the LCD screen and electronic viewfinder. The EVF is quite fun to look at, but I often find myself using the LCD screen more. It's just really convenient, and allows you to discretely snap a quick photo.
I'm really impressed with the camera's low light abilities. I took photos at night and the images came out really nice. Higher ISO produces very usable images, even at ISO 12800. I am currently shooting in medium JPEG, and the images coming out are good enough for use.
I love how you can customize some of the buttons to do whatever you want. I find myself changing the custom buttons to suit my shooting style.
Haven't used the movie mode that much, since I don't do video. From what I've seen, it's adequate.
The battery life is decent. I bought some extra batteries just in case.
All in all, the Fujifilm X-T1 has made photography fun for me. Its small and light, which makes it less burdensome to carry around. The image quality and lens selection is excellent. The camera's build quality is excellent. I love this camera!
This camera is an incredible tool. It is small. It is mirrorless and therefore doesn’t have Canon 1dx/Nikon D4 af speeds. It’s not super high resolution. If you are in to specs and fast action shooting, this is honestly not your camera.If you are in to video... No. (It will do video, but it’s not great at it. This is a photographers camera.)
However, if you shoot portraits, street, landscape, architecture, family, editorial, news or just plain love photography... this camera will serve you well. If you are nostalgic, and love the old film slr style shooting and operation... this camera will really be of interest to you.
I have shot Nikon, Sony, and Canon(a little), and this is by far the most enjoyable to shoot, in my opinion.
It produces great images in Raw and excellent Jpegs. The xtransII sensor produces the closest to film look that I have seen from any camera that I’ve used. The Fuji film simulations are great. Fuji xf lenses are second to none. Each one is sharp and built extremely well.
I want to point out one feature that I use more than I thought I would. As you may have read, this camera has wifi. That’s not the feature that I’m speaking of, but it plays into it. I’m speaking of in camera RAW conversion. You can shoot in RAW, convert to Jpeg(about two menu pages of parameters that you can utilize in creating the desired jpeg) and then transfer the image to your phone immediately. The camera will save the Jpeg and keep the Raw on the same card. You can create as many jpegs as you card has space from any RAW file or from several RAW files.
I’ve included a photo to show you what that means in practical terms. This young man proposed during a photo session. I was able to text and email them these 3 images before we walked away from the session. They could share this moment immediately with friends with quality images.
Now that’s functionality!
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Image Quality: 9/10
The camera is just great, it's almost as good as my 5DII even at low light, for its sensor size it's just perfect. Definitely better than the 7D I used to have. I dont even use RAW because the out of camera JPGs are just awesome as is. White balance is 99% of the time spot on, which believe it or not is not as common in many cameras as one might wish it to be. I use it mainly in aperture priority and it never failed to give a perfect exposure. I kind of wish it had a bit more pixels than 16 for bigger prints, but so far for the 4x6" prints it's been more than perfect.
The camera is fast in everything, shutter, focus, etc. However it is a bit slow to focus in low light, specially when the scene is not contrasty enough for it to lock on the subject.
Battery performance: 8/10
It's good, lasts a long time. Keep in mind I'm used to using the view finder and not the screen when shooting, so I cant comment much on how long it will last if I used the screen (live view) all the time.
Nothing so far, everything works as it should
As you've probably noticed, lenses are expensive and not too compact, kind of defeats the purpose of having a compact camera in the first place. The 35/1.4 I have is perfectly sized, but I haven't purshased any lenses so far because they are all bulky, and if I want to drag around bulky lenses I'll just shoot with my 5DII
Video: I cant give it a score because I'm not a video expert and I've tried it only once. However the video I shot was outdoors at night, which is a challenging setting, and the quality was great. The focus however was a bit tricky.
The camera is packed with features, and they all work as they should. The EVF is just big and bright, the high speed shutter works great, the WIFI computer software is annoying coz you dont get to browse and choose which photos to download, but the phone app is just amazing if you want to take a photo via wifi to your phone (works on both Android and iOS) and send to friend or share via social media.
Overall buy this camera if you want a compact high quality camera that works great. It has no issues what so ever and image quality is close to high end SLRs.
First camera that truly inspires me since using the Nikon FM2 decades ago
Handles well but needed an additional grip. Here: iShoot Grip that has arca-style horizontal/vertical mount base.
No threaded release button (needed for attaching soft release buttons) Shutter release could be higher and wider.
Custom buttons beside LCD all too shallow, especially the four-way selector. Haptic feel is very week. If you have restricted feeling in fingertips due to frostbite or age, you will have a problem finding them without visual check.
Keep bumping the mode-selector accidentally when turning the ISO wheel. Wished the ISO Dial would not lock at all, just be stiffer.
Satisfied with the IQ, size and weight. Zooms relatively smooth except the last step into 135mm range which is probably due to weather-sealing. Built quality feels good.
Focus ring turns too lightly.
Aperture ring turns too lightly. This is annoying, as it could have easily been fixed by a stronger spring. I assume it's a spring and ball engaging groves.
Sun-shade a bit flimsy and lost bayonet click after a short time. Could fix it though as it is plastic.
NOW to the PROBLEMATIC part of the lens, which is the LENS-MOUNT.
From new, the mount between camera and lens was rather loose. So much, that each time I was zooming the lens moved in a rotational direction which caused the lens locking pin to widen the recess in the lens-mount to a point where the electrical connectors between lens and camera would loose contact. That resulted in restarting the camera each time the zoom was turned or the lens wiggled. I found out that the lens mount material is rather soft aluminum and since the mounted lens is moving with each zooming action the recess that hold the lens tight gets larger over time. Quite a few people seem to have this problem with their Fujifilm cameras and lenses. Without exchanging the mount every so often and hoping to get a tight tolerance mount replacement, a lens that develops this problem becomes useless. Fuji needs to investigate, recall, repair and change their quality on these mounts.
I fixed the lens temporarily with some friction tape on the mount, to prevent it from turning while zooming.
Because of this I cannot recommend this lens at the moment. If you buy one and it appears loose by a tiny fraction, I can almost guarantee it will get worse in a short time. That would apply to all zoom lenses, as I'm assured they all have the same mount-rings. My only hope is that Fuji has changed the material or supplier at some point and the newer lenses don't have this soft lens mount ring.
Regarding the dials, they are nicely made but I'm not a fan of the locking feature. On the ISO dial, you have to hold down the center button while you turn the dial. The shutter dial is not as bad since it only locks in the "A" position. The rear horizontal dial doesn't stick out enough so I find it harder to turn than the one on the front which turns easily.
The D-Pad buttons are too flush to the camera making it more difficult to find them while looking through the Viewfinder. They are also on the small size which means they are somewhat difficult to push in. As a matter of fact, all of the exterior buttons could be bigger and stick out more!
The Viewfinder is huge and a pleasure to use. It's nice and bright and works really well in dark scenes - even in near complete darkness! The tilting screen is also very bright and responsive. I enjoy using both.
The build quality is excellent and to me, this is the best looking Mirror-less camera on the market right now. Fujifilm really nails the Retro thing! Weather sealing is terrific and the rubberized material are fantastic and a joy to behold. Also the size - much smaller than a DSLR but just as comfortable.
Now down to the photo quality which is the most important thing to me. It's outstanding! Colours, contrast, sharpness and low noise levels are simply the best in the industry. Of course, you will need good glass and I highly recommend their primes!
Ergonomics & Handling: I purchased the large Fuji grip for this camera, because without it it was difficult to handle for me - especially with large lenses. The external controls for exposure are incredible and make it effortless to always shoot in manual.
You can't go wrong with this camera.
Though, my device was defective and I had to return it. Nevertheless, I'm strongly considering buying Fujifilm X-T2 as my next camera.