The Fuji X-T1 is a semi-pro level mirrorless camera with a strong SLR-styled design. Key features include:
- Classic SLR Design. The X-T1 is all digital, but features all the controls and dials you’d find on a classic film SLR for a fully manual experience. For those who don’t want quite that much control, there’s also aperture and shutter-priority as well as full auto modes. The X-T1 features a centered EVF similar to an DSLR rather than the rangefinder-offset EVF found on it’s brother the X-E2.
- 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II Sensor. The X-T1 uses same sensor from the X-E2 and X100s, providing high-resolution images with stellar low-light performance. The on-sensor phase detection autofocus provides fast performance, with tracking ability to boot. It offers a maximum of 8fps continuous shooting for up to 47 frames. The normal sensitivity range spans ISO 100-51200 and actually produces useable results at those sensitivities.
- Best-In-Class EVF. The X-T1 boosts the largest viewfinder on a digital camera (at the time of it’s release) of 0.77×. In addition to the standard full EVF, it has a clever side-by-side dual mode for manual focusing, as well as the Digital Split Image technology seen in the previous generation cameras. Additionally, there’s a large 3.0" tilting rear LCD for image composition and review.
- Full HD Movie Recording. No surprise, the X-T1 also features Full HD 1080p video recording at up to 60 fps. Key video features are full-time AF tracking during recording, +/- 2 EV exposure compensation, Film Simulation settings, and 2.5mm external mic input.
- Wi-Fi & Other Notable Features. You can wirelessly trigger and transmit images using a smart device and the free Fujifilm Camera App, as well as perform automatic backup of images to a connected computer. The great Film Simulation modes are there for those who have a preferred film signature, and if art modes are your thing there’s a variety to choose from. The X-T1 has an integrated intervalometer for time-lapse creation, and a removable accessory flash for quick fill. The camera records images to SDHC / XC memory cards and is rated for about 350 shots per charge using the rechargeable battery.
Please Note: If you’re getting a “frame number full error” message, you can reset that counter following the instructions here.
Warning: There are widespread reports of light leak issues when shooting long exposures with a strong directional light source at ISO H1 & H2 or with the mic / USB / HDMI input door open. We do have copies that are affected, but as long as you’re not shooting long exposures with that door open, you won’t be affected. If you find yourself shooting long exposures at ISO H1 or H2 with strong directional light aimed at the side of the camera, you’re probably doing something wrong anyways.
- X-T1 camera with body cap
- NP-W126 battery
- BC-W126 charger
- EF-X8 Shoe-Mount Flash
- Camera bag
*Manual available by request only.
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