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Fujifilm X-T1
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Fujifilm X-T1

Originally reviewed by Mike Topham 05 March 2014

Key Features

  • 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and hybrid AF system
  • 8fps continuous burst mode, 0.5 sec start-up time and 0.05 sec shutter lag
  • 2.36m dot OLED viewfinder, Magnesium alloy, weather sealed body

Who's it for? Serious photographers who want an APS-C sensor and great image quality. The X-T1 takes stunning photos and Fujifilm has a great lens line-up.

The Fujifilm X-T1 is one of the most popular, well-regarded mirrorless cameras around. Fujifilm has developed an outstanding lens selection and the X-T1 makes good use of it. It's a very solid camera that's made from magnesium alloy and which is dust, water and freeze resistant to -10C.

It has a great screen, but the OLED viewfinder is even better. Its 2.36-million dot resolution makes it very sharp and the OLED tech ensures rich, faithful colours. Of course, it also uses an APS-C sensor, which is why it's popular among people switching from DSLRs who don't want to rely on smaller micro four thirds sensors.

It takes outstanding photos, looks great and has a great hybrid AF system. It's pricey, but it's a top-notch all round camera.

Price: £880

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