Take a look at the new Fujifilm X-T1 camera. We can’t wait to get our hands on this retro-inspired beauty, who’s with us?
Early last week, we shared a teaser image from Fujifilm depicting a new X-series camera with a pronounced viewfinder hump, which was a departure from their previous rangefinder-style X cameras.
Quick rundown of the key specifications:
- High-precision 2.36 million dot OLED viewfinder, featuring highest viewfinder magnification for digital cameras of 0.77x and ultra fast Real Time Viewfiner with a lag-time of 0.005sec, which is less than 1/10 of existing models.
- World’s fastest AF of 0.08 seconds is achieved with Fujifilm’s proprietary imaging area phase-detection.
- EXR Processor II — with more than twice as fast a processing speed as the previous processor.
- Phase detection AF and motion predictive AF for continuous shooting up to 8 frames per second.
- Dust and water-resistant body with approximately 80 points of weather sealing. Freeze resistance to -10℃.
- 16.3 megapixel APS-C size X-Trans™ CMOS II sensor with original color array to control moiré and false colors without a optical low path filter.
- Die-cast magnesium body provides a sturdy and durable, while compact and lightweight design.
- Double-deck, precision-milled aluminum dials for shutter speed, ISO setting, exposure compensation, metering and drive mode, with notched settings.
- Twin command dials and six Function buttons for instant control and customization.
Needless to say, we can’t wait to get our hands on this camera! Local South African Fujifilm X-photographer Neill Soden was offered the opportunity of shooting with a pre-production X-T1, and we’re proud to announce that his photos are being used in the international marketing material for the new camera.
Local Availability and Pricing
We don’t have any concrete details yet, but as soon as we know more we’ll share the news via our social channels.
Here’s a few photos captured by Neill, along with some more product shots of the retro-style camera.
Photographs taken by Neill Soden using the Fujifilm X-T1