Fujifilm X-T1 Review write-up from the real world | Photo Madd
I have had the X-T1 for a while now since my first impressions went up about it, it is time to sit down and write-up a proper full review of how I’ve used it over the past few months. Over that time I’ve played with it, I’ve travelled with it and I’ve used it for professional work and shot everything that I’d normally shoot with it from casual family time to professional interior room shoots with full lighting. That all gives me a fairly broad view to judge the X-T1 on its performance as an all-rounder. This is my Fujifilm X-T1 review from the real-world as I’ve used it. Let me be honest here up front. I didn’t want to like the X-T1 right from the start. I love the Fujifilm cameras because of the look of them as much as anything else, the design of the X-Pro1 is just perfect for me, a perfect size to get hold of and use. A classic camera, minimal, but with great technology on the inside. It’s not the quickest camera around, but I don’t want or need it to be. The whole design makes you want to slow down and think about what you’re doing before pressing the shutter button. That in turn helps improve your skills as it makes you think first, that’s what made me fall in love with the Fujifilm X-Series in the first place……..