Fuji X-T1 Hands-on Review: Fuji’s new SLR-style CSC is like the Fuji X-E2 but with more dials and a better EVF. Find out more about this new Fuji camera in our Fuji X-T1 hands-on review video.
The Fuji X-T1 is the latest compact system camera release from Fujifilm, and while the specifications are similar to the recent Fuji X-E2, the design of the camera’s body, increased speed and weather resistance down to -10C make this latest Fuji X-Series release an interesting option for both high-end enthusiasts and professionals.
Internally, the Fuji X-T1 shares the same 16.3-million-pixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR Processor II as its sibling the X-E2; however, the external shape of the camera’s body is different, offering more control dials on the top-plate and a new 0.5-inch 2.36-million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder, which Fuji claims offers the world’s highest magnification (0.77x) for a digital camera.
There’s also a tillable 3in, 1,040,000-dot LCD screen on the back of the X-T1, and when you rotate the camera to shoot portrait format images, the interface automatically rotates along with it.
Here our head of testing Angela Nicholson takes a look at what else this new Fuji camera has to offer in her hands-on Fuji X-T1 review video.