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|Display Screen||3" Rear Screen Tilting LCD (1,040,000)|
|Diopter Adjustment||- 4 to +2 m|
|Viewfinder Pixel Count||2,360,000|
|Viewfinder Eye Point||23.00 mm|
|Viewfinder Magnification||Approx. 0.77x|
14 to 104°F (-10 to 40°C)
Humidity: 10 - 80%
|Battery||1x NP-W126 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 7.2VDC, 1260mAh|
|Weight||15.52 oz / 440 g with battery and memory card|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||5.1 x 3.5 x 1.8" / 129.0 x 89.8 x 46.7 mm Minimum depth: 1.3" / 33.4 mm|
|Self Timer||10 sec, 2 sec|
|Shutter Lag||0.05 Seconds|
|Start-up Time||0.5 Seconds|
|Software System Requirements||Windows: XP, Vista, 7, 8
Mac: OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8
|Connectivity||2.5mm Sub-mini (2-Ring), HDMI C (Mini), USB 2.0, X-Sync Socket|
|Continuous Shooting||Up to 8 fps|
|Magnification||0.08 - 0.15x|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.56 x 2.77" (65 x 70.4 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:58 mm|
|Weight||10.93 oz (310 g)|
|Minimum Focus Distance||11.81" (30 cm)|
|Angle of View||79.1° - 28.4°|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/2.8 - 4
|Focal Length||18 - 55 mm
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 27 - 84 mm
|Memory Card Type||SD
|Lens Mount||Fujifilm X Mount|
|Camera Format||APS-C (1.5x Crop Factor)|
|Pixels||Actual: 16.7 Megapixel
Effective: 16.3 Megapixel
|Max Resolution||4896 x 3264|
|Sensor Type / Size||CMOS, 23.6 x 15.6 mm|
|File Formats||Still Images: JPEG, RAW
Movies: H.264, MOV
Audio: Linear PCM (Stereo)
|Dust Reduction System||Yes|
|Focus Type||Auto & Manual|
|Autofocus Points||Contrast Detection: 49|
|Focus Mode||Single-servo AF (S), Continuous-servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M)|
|External Flash Connection||Hot Shoe, PC Terminal|
|Max Sync Speed||1 / 180 sec|
Forced On/Red-eye Reduction
Rear Curtain Sync/Red-eye Reduction
Slow Sync/Red-eye Reduction
|Dedicated Flash System||TTL|
|White Balance Modes||Automatic Scene Recognition, Color Temperature, Custom, Fine, Fluorescent (Cool White), Fluorescent (Daylight), Fluorescent (Warm White), Incandescent, Shade, Underwater|
|Exposure Modes||Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual, Programmed Auto, Shutter Priority
Compensation: -3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)
|ISO Sensitivity||Auto, 200-6400 (Extended Mode: 100-51200)|
|Shutter||Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 30 - 1/4000 sec
Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 1/4 - 1/4000 sec in Program Mode
Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 60 - 0 min in Bulb Mode
Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 30 - 1/2 sec in Time Mode
|Metering Method||Average metering, Multi-zone metering, Spot metering|
|Remote Control||RR-90 (Optional)|
|Burst Rate||Up to 8 fps at 16.3 MP for up to 47 frames
Up to 3 fps at 16.3 MP
|Audio Recording||Built-in Mic: With Video, Stereo
Optional External Mic: With Video
|Resolution||1920 x 1080: 60 fps, 30 fps
1280 x 720: 60 fps, 30 fps
|Video Clip Length||Up to 27 Min|
The Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition is a beautiful camera, but it doesn't offer any performance advantages over the standard X-T1.
Excellent image quality at every ISO. 8.3fps continuous shooting. Snappy autofocus. Time lapse feature. Weather-sealed body. Lots of physical controls. Best-in-class EVF. Great manual focus aids. Hinged rear display. Wi-Fi. 1/32,000-second electronic shutter. Classic Chrome film mode.
More expensive than standard X-T1. A little slow to start up. No built-in flash. Geotagging could be better implemented. On the pricey side.
With the X-T1, Fujifilm has continued to improve upon what is already one of the most successful ranges in photography of late. The camera’s X-Trans sensor once again delivers some fantastic results, recording high levels of detail throughout the ISO range and in difficult lighting conditions where...
Chic design; Fantastic handling; Impressive image quality; Class-leading viewfinder
Lack of touchscreen; Silver finish option would be good
Which brings us to the X-T1, which takes everything good about the series so far, adds a huge viewfinder with clever display modes, a tilting screen, continuous autofocus that actually works and repackages the lot into the increasingly popular mini-DSLR form factor, and as the icing on the cake...
Superb image quality. JPEGs especially good., Huge, detailed EVF with clever display modes., Weather-proof body with comfortable grip., Tilting screen., Effective continuous AF lets you track action., Fast continuous shooting of 8fps with CAF., Built-in Wifi with smartphone remote control.
Viewfinder image becomes noisy in low light., Retro dials don't offer access to all settings., Some buttons are too small - esp cross keys., AF point selection could be quicker., Should have 1/8000 shutter., Basic three-frame AE bracketing., Very basic movie mode with poor quality output.
The X-T1 is probably Fujifilm's best camera to date, offering a compelling combination of intuitive handling, excellent image quality, and one of best electronic viewfinders we've seen.
Analogue dials and switches provide engaging shooting experience, Superb, huge high resolution electronic viewfinder gives generally-accurate preview of image, Excellent image quality at both Low and High ISOs, Very attractive JPEG colour rendition, Consistently well-judged metering and auto white...
Rear buttons are small, and almost flush to camera body, Four-way controller is rather 'spongey' in feel, Awkwardly positioned, locking ISO dial is inconvenient (especially with large lenses), Raw files not recorded when ISO dial set to 'L', 'H1' and 'H2' positions, Limited manual control during...
In addition, an external microphone may be connected for better sound recording during video, but the X-T1 has a 2.5mm port rather than the standard 3.5mm port.
Traditional controls, Rugged build, Wi-Fi, Tilting LCD
Advanced Filter JPEG only, Screen not vari-angle
I don't know about you, but after saving up my hard-earned coin for a new DSLR or ILC, I'm a little afraid to use the thing outside. Especially if it's really cold or the weather conditions aren't perfect. I mean, what's the use of buying nice things only to ruin them, right?
Outstanding image quality, Good low light performance with minimal noise at mid- to high-ISO settings, Can shoot in RAW format, Intriguing design with plenty of all-metal dials and buttons, One of the best electronic viewfinders in any camera, High resolution LCD screen can tilt up to 90 degrees, Q...
Design can take some practice to learn to use efficiently for less experienced photographers, Some of the dials are difficult to access because of stacked design, X-T1 doesn't use traditional shooting modes, which can be confusing for less experienced photographers, Must use awkward combination of...
Indeed, it’s hard to think of a camera that’s come closer. While there is perhaps no perfect size for any type of camera, the X-T1 feels just about right for what it can do. It’s big enough for a sizeable hand grip with textured rubber and all the knobs necessary for manual adjustments, but small...
Great image quality with natural colors and skin tones. Weatherproof body with quick access to practically every setting. Excellent eye-level viewfinder and manual-focus helpers. Fast autofocus and peppy continuous-shooting mode. In-camera RAW-conversion tools. The kit lens is great for a kit lens.
Battery life is only OK. No built-in flash (but it does come with a little detachable one). Steep learning curve for novices. Expensive for its sensor size.
What can we say? Fujifilm makes some of the finest mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras available with its X-series, even if it’s a bit pricey. We gave the X-E2 our Recommended rating, but this even more expensive model deserves an Editor’s Choice designation.
The Fujifilm X-T1 is a retro-style mirrorless Compact System Camera (CSC) that looks like an SLR of the 1970s and offers numerous setup dials to change nearly all image parameters without using the LCD screen menu.
With the Fuji X-T1, Fujifilm has a clear goal in mind. The company wants to persuade DSLR shooters to move to a more compact mirrorless camera, and it's put forth a very strong reason for doing so.
Solid body exudes quality, feels like a precision photographic device, Weather-sealed and freeze-proof (but almost all lenses aren't, yet), Logical, photographer-focused design and controls, Auto positions on dial are more intuitive for experienced shooters than a separate Mode dial, Excellent...
Exposure compensation dial is easily bumped, Four-way controller buttons are too small, hard to press and have poor button-feel, Dichotomy between fly-by-wire lenses with Auto aperture switch, mechanical lenses with Auto position on dial, Significant viewfinder lag for burst shooting, Stock...
I started my photography journey on film forever ago it seems. Then I moved up to digital with all Canon cameras - the Rebel XT, 40D, 5D, and 6D. I was increasingly frustrated with the size of my gear.
Compact, Easy To Use, External Manual Controls, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Tilt /Swivel LCD
Short Battery Life
Beautiful camera, best Fuji X yet but as much as i wanted to love this camera (previous x100 and X-E1 owner) it still isn't good enough for me to leave my D810 at home.Battery life terrible, mode switch easily moved, af button oddly placed, as good as the evf is it's still a little tv set.
Beautiful Build, Fast Focus, Feels great in the hand
Af Button Oddly Placed, Mode Switch Easily Moved, Terrible battery life
Fast autofocus, manual and automatic controls, multiple shooting modes, and most importantly - great pictures. This is the best camera I've ever owned! It is also the first camera for me that shoots RAW - I'm loving this and am now enjoying photography again as much as I did in the film-camera days,...
I've lost interest in photography many years ago, and then when I thought that it was definitely over I bought the X-E1 on a friend advice. X-E1 and then the XT-1 and especially the digital EVF brough me back the excitement, I'm on a roll again.....
Love the viewfinder and the feel of the camera. The autofocus is definitely much more snappy than X-E1. In good light, with phase detection, it's very very fast. I will say that my E-P5 is still faster, but it may not be as accurate as the Fuji.
The buttons are too recessed in - may be due to the weather sealing - making it difficult to press them in.