Fujifilm X-T1 Mirrorless Camera Review | Shutterbug

Sharpness: The resolution results are excellent. The Fujifilm X-T1 reproduced the ISO 12.233 chart with 3183 lines per picture height, which is nearly its nominal sensor resolution of 3264 lines per picture height. Fine details like the metal structure of the sieve in our standard test box shot or the hair in our portrait shot are reproduced very clearly and without visible sharpness filtering effects. And these are results from use of the kit lens. The camera and lens combination creates images without any chromatic aberration in the image center and only minor aberration effects in the corners of the image. The exposure settings of the standard test box shot are well balanced. The colors have a very natural look and the gray background is reproduced very naturally and with neutral tones.

Noise: The Fujifilm X-T1 showed very good performance in our noise test. The luminance noise level is extremely low. Even at the highest ISO speed settings there are nearly no noticeable color noise artifacts. The camera uses an intelligent and very unobtrusive filtering system that doesn’t reduce image detail like many other digital cameras do in the highest ISO speed settings. Only at the highest ISO speed setting of 6400 did we notice some artifacts that make the anti-noise filtering visible. The dynamic range results are very good. The camera gained a maximum of 11.4 f/stops and keeps a high level of more than 10 f/stops up to ISO 3200…….

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