featured_post_fujiXT1_2701 This coming Tuesday (January 28th) sees an exciting time for Fujifilm lovers everywhere with the launch of a brand new camera body to consider.

The X-T1 is a weather sealed body, with a few sketchy details announced that seem to indicate that performance will be on a par with the recently released X-E2 system, although it is priced to sit between the X-E and the current range topping X-Pro1.

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I guess we don’t have too long to wait before the final spec is announced, in the meantime, here is what we know of it…

Here are some of the anticipated specs:

  • Start up time 0,5 sec
  • Shutter time lag 0,05 sec
  • Time-lapse photography function – interval timer function
  • Shooting interval 0,5 sec
  • Big EVF (x77 magnification)
  • APS-C X-Trans sensor II (16MP)
  • EXR II
  • Support for the UHS-II SD-card for super-fast writing speed
  • Start up time 0,5 sec
  • Shutter time lag 0,05 sec
  • Time-lapse photography function – interval timer function
  • 8fps with AF tracking
  • Weather sealed body
  • 18-135 will be weather sealed and come in May
  • Tilt screen (SRP)
  • Price: €1,200 body only (≈ $1,300) – €1,600 body and 18-55 – €1,800 body and 18-135
  • SLR-type (Fujica) design
  • WiFi
  • 18-55 kit lens
  • ISO up to 51200
  • In stores mid-February
  • Price range between X-E and X-PRO line
  • Faster AF then X-E2