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Fujifilm X-T1 Mirrorless Digital Camera Body, 16.3MP, Full HD 1080p Video at 60 fps, 3" 1040k Dot Tilting LCD, Wi-Fi, Weather-Resistant - Black

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4.6

(based on 20 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Wonderful camera

After using Nikons for 25 years. It took me 2 days to get use to the EVF. Now that I understand how it works. I really like it. Camera ergonomics. Has the handling qualities of the OM-1 and Leica M3. I paired the camera to the 55-200mm Lens. Only faults so far, battery life (get a spare). Wi-Fi to PC. Will not connect. Cannot change in camera password for designated PC.

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It's a Brick

My copy of the camera will not read or format any SD cards. It is a totally useless piece of junk. Avoid this product.

Reviewed by 20 customers

 
5.0

had happy time with this camera

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 -  Hobbyist

I use this camera almost 2 year, very happy with it, like to take pic anytime now go up to X-T2 and more happy

 
5.0

My favorite camera of all time.

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 -  Professional

I was a life long nikon shooter. Unfortunately I injured my back and had to find a lighter kit. Every lens I have shot with has been very good to incredible. The prices are very good and the build is great. Raw files are good but jpegs are incredible. I shoot raw+jpeg just incase I miss exposure. I've used it to do protraits, combat sports, and weddings. AF is very good and MF is easy with focus assistance. Not much you can't do with this camera. Only real gripe is not being able to shoot flash while in burst mode.

 
5.0

The Fuji XT combines the manual plus automatic features that I desire

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 -  Semi-Pro

The Fuji XT combines the manual plus automatic features that I desire. It has features that I don't use-----yet. My wife and I have three XT-1's -why anyone would pick a dslr or a competitors mirror less exceeds the capacity of my IQ.

 
5.0

More than perfect!

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 -  Semi-Pro

If you really like the classic photography, and really enjoy the manual mode. This is a very good option for you. I bought this because I loved it by the first time, because a friend let me use his. Now I think I already displace my other camera because of this one. The colour, the quality of each detail, and of course the weather sealed is a huge problem. Highly recommended if you are looking for something very special and unique.

 
5.0

Fantastic camera

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 -  Semi-Pro

The body is light, much lighter than the D3 and D300 it replaced. Overall image quality is fantastic with very little post-processing necessary. The AF is as expected, differing depending on the lens used.

 
5.0

Love this camera

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 -  Semi-Pro

Love the design! The quality! Everything.

 
5.0

Nice little camera

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 -  Hobbyist

Combined with studying Tony Northrup's XT1 starter video i was able to learn the camera's features quickly. It has some really neat functions like double exposure and panorama, and the quick menu is very handy. The camera itself is so ligjht compared to my DSLR it is easy to travel with. Live view for instant feedback is great. The camera bundle from Adorama was a great starter kit! One beware: i tried using an f mount adapter with a Nikon kit lens and discovered you cant adjust it from f22, without a "hack", so i ended up getting a fuji lens.

 
5.0

Best DX camere.

By

 -  Semi-Pro

This is really a nice camera. After u master it its easy to use and lots of fun. Great image yes i would recommend this camera to any one.

 
5.0

Excellent product

By

 -  Hobbyist

Adds just enough to the camera to get a good grip

 
5.0

Fuji X_T1

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 -  Semi-Pro

bought x100s and needed something longer and lighter than DSLR so also bought 50-140 handels great and the images are fantastic

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Shopper  wHAT IS THE MEANING OF "FULL HD' ?
FRED S  1080p just like a TV. It's better than 780p.
JOHN F  First, we had HD and that was 720p. Full HD is another way to describe 1080p. Most all TV's are Full HD. The newest technology is 4k, 3840 x 2160 or 2160p.
Swagon S  "Full HD" means the camera is capable of shooting video in full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. This is the same resolution as many televisions with "1080" HD resolution, and it is pretty sharp. However, it is far less resolution than the much newer "4K" standard, which this camera does not support.
Michael W  Are there adapters that will enable Pentax K mount lenses to work on this body?
Stuart M  Sure... there are a bunch of them...K&F Concept Lens Mount Adapter Ring M42 42mm Screw to Fuji Fujifilm FX ... is $13..and kipon is $12.50. It makes no sense to buy a Ferrari and run it with retread tires and regular gas. The fabulous features and versatility of this camera body are all lost or diminished by use of other lenses than the ones designed for it. For special purposes it works fine with OEM lenses.
Swagon S  Yes there are. I have the Fotodiox PK-FX adapter. I use it on an older SMC Pentax 135mm f/2.5 manual focus lens, which I attach to my Fuji XT-1 for astrophotography. It works decent enough. These are simple mechanical adapters; you have to manual focus.
Michael W  Thanks Karl. That's helpful.
Eric A  Would this be a good choice for action photography?
Konrad N  Not sure about pure "action" sports like boxing or karate, but I use it for motorsports (road racing) photography with no problems. I use XF55-200 lens with autofocus problems, but then again - my subjects (racecars on the track) are well lit, very contrast-y, and moving relatively slow compared to fighters in the ring etc. Looking forward to 4.0 update, which introduces additional focusing modes that should be ideal for me.
JOHN F  No the Fuji XT-1 is great camera but action photography is not it's thing
Swagon S  Two additional items. In 8fps mode, using EVF, and shooting JPG (largest and highest quality settings), I get superb battery life. Typically 3000 to 4000 shots. I've done this a six wrestling tournaments so far, so I'm not mistaken. Also, for mirrorless, the EVF is the best. Not only is it big and high res, but it has only 5ms delay from reality. That's almost zero delay. On almost all other EVF cameras, there is much more delay and it can be a real problem for sports/ action.
Swagon S  It's not the best for sports, but can work. On the plus side, it has 8fps and the EVF has almost zero latency. These two really help. But if your subject is moving towards you or away quickly, the focus tracking isn't so great. I use it for track, and I basically have to prefocus and wait for the runners to arrive. And I have to set the aperture for wide depth of field. Outside, there's lots of light so this is workable. Inside, I shoot wrestling. The gym is dim, but at least the wrestlers aren't moving toward or away that much. They move their arms and legs quickly, so I use 1/250 sec shutter to freeze action. I have the 56mm f1.2 lens and that collects a lot of light and works well in the gym. But I tried shooting basketball once and that was a complete disaster. The focus tracking couldn't keep up. There are a few expensive DSLRs that are known to be excellent for sports.
ARTIST R  Yes it is. Use one of the more modern lenses like the XF 16-55mm f2.8 or the XF 50-140 f2.8 which auto focus quickly. As long as the X-T1 has a lock and has a fast SD card, you can fire off 10-20 shots before the buffer is full and the camera needs to write to the SD card.
KYLE S  The X-T1 is an excellent camera for many purposes, but it is not the ideal tool for stopping fast action (cars, motorcycles, sports, etc.). There are many other cameras that are better. The X-T1 can be used for this purpose, of course, but at the risk of a somewhat lower rate of in-focus shots. The fact that the Fuji lens lineup is strong on wide-angle lenses, not telephoto, is another factor here.
T MINH V  Among Fujifilm cameras, this one has the fastest AF. I use it to photograph my little niece. She runs around a lot. I use the continuous AF feature. It works adequately. That said, if you consider other mirrorless, there are better choices for fast AF. The Sony A6000 is better, so are some of the Olympus, as well as the new Samsung NX1. Of course if you really care about action photography, DSLR's are still kings.
LOUIE T  No the contrast detect focus is not fast enough for fast action .. The canon or Nikon phase detect is better .. Other than for fast action it's amazing camera
FRANK G  Great camera but way down the list for auto focus tracking. Not a good choice for action photography.
LODOVICO O  My first answer would be to say to go to a SLR. If you want highest performance action photography there will be a lag in the X-T1 electronic viewfinder. In a SLR this lag doesn't exist. If you don't need highest performance this will be fantastic. In fact, no mirror that flips means quieter operation and less vibration.
Eric A  Thanks for your reply. I own a few cameras. I own a Canon 5d Mark II . I was looking for a small mirrorless camera to carry with me every where and I shoot mainly action . I dont always feel like lugging a bag full of gear.
Swagon S  The X-T1's 5ms viewfinder lag is essentially zero on a human scale. It is the lowest lag, by far, of any mirrorless camera to date. You are correct that the DSLR has zero lag in the optical viewfinder. But due to SLR mirror flip, it probably has more shutter lag than the X-T1. So in this respect, the X-T1 is likely better or at least equal to DSLR. Now, on focus tracking compared to some of the best DSLRs (those known to be good for sports), it is definitely behind.
TOM R  The XT-1 is an excellent camera. That being said, it can be a bit of a challenge for sports/action shots. Fuji has been great about updating firmware for both their body and lenses and the autofocus has improved since launch, however, if I'm shooting sports and want the greatest percentage of "keepers" I grab my Nikon.
ANDREW G  Primarily I have not used this camera for action but when I have it has been excellent. I used the X-T1 with the 55-200 for a rodeo on continuous focus and the results were first class.
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