Fuji XT1: A Revelation Indeed | Dave Young

So after much huffing and puffing and having bought and sold a Fuji X100s, which I thought was the camera I really should have, I jumped in and bought Fuji’s flagship model, the XT1 a couple of weeks ago. It seems the next appropriate step evolution wise to compliment my X-Pro1, albeit its modern looks don’t sit quite as easy on the eye as the X-Pro1 does. However, it’s fair to say the XT-1 is a little dream machine. It just about answers everything you could ask regarding the X-Pro1 and its own inadequacies. AF speed is much improved over the XPro-1, the EVF is amazingly good (who needs an OVF) – bright, crisp, big, with a super-fast refresh rate and the tactile nature Fuji have with found with their X range remains. The controls for ISO and shutter speed have been moved from a menu option to sit alongside the exposure compensation dial on the top plate, together with the option of metering and frame rate being available through a small slide control under the dials. These changes make for the simple option of moving out of auto mode and into manual, indeed it almost begs you to do so such is the ease in being able to control those settings……..

Source: daveyoungfotografia.co.uk

Fuji X-T1

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