NEW EQUIPMENT RELEASE: The New FujiFilm XT1

We’re VERY excited about the new equipment release (couldn’t you tell from the CAPS LOCK) the Fujifilm XT1 is a new addition to the award winning family of X-Series cameras. A compact sized interchangeable lens camera with high speed performance.

320x320

The XT1 features:

  • Real-time super-fast 0.005 second electronic viewfinder with 2.36m dot resolution OLED display
  • A unique Graphic User Interface giving the photographer four display modes
  • Weather resistance when used with a weather resistant lens
  • Advanced 16.3 megapixel X Trans II Sensor and EXR II Processor

With a start-up time of just 0.5 seconds, the XT1 also has super-fast auto focus. An AF speed of 0.08 seconds is achieved with Fujifilm’s proprietary imaging area phase-detection. Headlining an electronic viewfinder (EVF) that is fast enough to be real-time at just 0.005 seconds lag and 10 times quicker than other digital cameras. The Graphic User Interface provides at-a glance viewing of your selected settings. Comprising a 2.36 dot resolution OLED display with magnification up to 0.77x.

There are four viewing modes, ensuring you see the best of your images as you shoot:

FULL
NORMAL
DUAL
PORTRAIT

The Fujifilm XT1’s body construction is durable yet lightweight die-cast magnesium and the five mechanical dials on the top plate are textured aluminium. Your dial settings can be read clearly at a glance and the dials are arranged so that you don’t even need to remove your eye from the viewfinder to change the function. The Fujifilm X-T1 is available as a body only or a kit with a 18-55mm lens.

Not only does the Fujifilm XT1 have a fast start up time at half a second, but the auto focus is super quick with built in phase detection and motion prediction achieving an AF result of only 0.8 seconds. The Fujifilm XT1 will shoot up to 8 frames per second continuously and only half a second interval between shots.

You can pre-order yours right here.

 

By |2018-10-03T15:59:44+01:00January 29th, 2014|blog, new equipment release, News|0 Comments