The Fujifilm X-T1 offers many of the same inner workings as the X-E2, including its 16MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor with on-chip phase detection. On top of that it adds a revamped EVF, an OLED panel boasting 2.36M dot resolution with 0.77x equivalent magnification and a claimed lag time of 0.005 seconds. It also outdoes existing X-series models with 8 fps continuous shooting while tracking a subject.
Fujifilm's engineers have wrapped all of this up in an SLR-styled body that's freezeproof as well as dust- and water-resistant. We've spent some time getting to know the X-T1; read our first impressions review and see what we think of this impressively specified mirrorless camera.
Read our First Impressions Review of the Fujifilm X-T1