Fuji X-T1 Cold Weather Test | Mike Johnston

With a wind speed of 19 miles per hour and a temperature of –2°F (–19°C), the wind chill (new style) here this morning is –24°F (–31°C). We figured this would be a splendid opportunity to test the Fuji X-T1 to see how well it works in the cold. Alas, what we discovered is that the tester does not work in that kind of cold. (The Age Coefficient means you subtract one additional degree for every year you are past the onset of middle age, or 45. Thus to our staff tester it is –36°F.) So, the test was a failure. However, that was no fault of the Fuji’s. Speaking of cold, I read an interesting article in The Atlantic yesterday about people who try to lose weight by keeping themselves cold………

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Fuji X-T1

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