Fujifilm X-T1 Body Only Digital Camera- Black, 16MP, EVF, 3" LCD, Full HD

Fujifilm X-T1 Body Only Digital Camera- Black, 16MP, EVF, 3" LCD, Full HD

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3" LCD, Full HD lightweight, durable weather-resistant magnesium chassis for everyday use,electronic OLED viewfinder with built-in diopter, features ultra-high 2.36-million dot resolution,built in Wi-Fi and geotagging for quick and easy online sharing.
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  • One Awesome Camera!
    by: Joe
    The image quality from the X-T1 is awesome. You rarely need to shoot RAW because the jpegs are so good. I compared the IQ against my Nikon D800, and the D800 only has a slight edge in terms of color and sharpness. With little post-processing, the X-T1 can produce excellent pictures that are compatible to the D800. If I have one complaint, it would the fact that EVF doesn't work well with polarized sun shades. In terms of portability, practical features, and built quality, the X-T1 is ahead of the D800 by decades. If IQ and portability are important to you, the X-T1 is a no brainer.
    May. 12, 2014 - via www.adorama.com
  • Excellent camera, but broken rear dial
    by: Swagon
    Upgraded from X-E1. The X-T1 has all the features I wanted when I bought the X-E1 (e.g. larger EVF with low-lag, flip up/down LCD, faster & predictive AF, WiFi control, intervalometer, etc.). It looks good, too, but I still prefer the "rangefinder" style of the X-E1 over the X-T1's SLR style. I kept the X-E1 as a backup body, and it turned out to be a good thing. The rear command dial on the X-T1 never worked (known problem that some early cameras seem to have), so I had to return it to Adorama. Now I've been waiting a long time for the backordered replacement to ship. I guess they put me at the back of the queue, even though they've kept my money. I'm calling them today to see if they can move me to the front of the queue. Before returning the X-T1 for replacement, I tried shooting runners at a track & field meet. The predictive AF sort of works, but still a lot of blurry photos. (Since then, I've heard putting it in high performance mode helps, but I haven't been able to try that yet.) The other issue is that at 8fps, the EVF is mostly black most of the time, so it is difficult to keep the moving subject centered in the frame. When the subject gets out of the center, the camera is quick to focus on the distant background, resulting in a blurry subject. I think slowing down to 3.5fps and setting focus priority might work out better for tracking while panning. Practice, too, of course.
    Apr. 8, 2014 - via www.adorama.com
  • Best Fuji Yet
    by: jhearl
    There are plenty of in-depth online reviews of this camera, so I won't go into that level of detail. I own an X100 and an X-Pro1 and I am loving this new X-T1. The EVF is very good. I originally bought the Pro1 because I wanted an OVF but with the 18-55 lens, I found myself using the EVF most of the time anyway. I had a hard time seeing the EVF. I needed a diopter lens to see clearly, but I had to choose between seeing data like f-stop & shutter speed, or the scene I was photographing. A single diopter didn't allow me to see both clearly. No such problem on the T1. The EVF on the T1 is considerably brighter and easier to see in the sunlight. The T1 just seems to feel better in my hand than the Pro1. And I appreciate having so many external controls. One aspect I like very much is that you can see how the exposure compensation dial will affect the exposure interactively when you're in P, A, or S mode. If you're in M mode, you can also see how changing the shutter speed or aperture will affect the exposure. This is a great general walkabout camera and also very good for events. In my opinion, it is best suited to users who understand how to use the external controls effectively and shoot deliberately.
    Mar. 18, 2014 - via www.adorama.com
  • So far, so great!!!
    by: MAC718
    It's all there with this camera. Total control over everything. I love everything about it and the whole Fuji x mount system. The images are superb. Coupled with the 56mm F1.2 it excels. The one and only complaint I do have is the function buttons in the back surrounding the menu button are way too small and hard to push. Luckily there's a whole bunch of buttons that you can customize. Amazing product. I own the X100S as well and talk about the dynamic duo.
    Mar. 18, 2014 - via www.adorama.com
  • Nice set of improvements
    by: Apsphoto
    A really nice improvement from the X-Pro1, faster focusing, more features, better ergonomics. Worth the upgrade.
    Mar. 11, 2014 - via www.adorama.com
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