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The Fujifilm X-T1 Full Review and Field Test — 26 Comments

  1. Thanks for your review of this new Fuji. Looks like I’ll be lying awake at night trying to decide on the upgrade from my X100s to this. Great outdoor photos as well!

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  5. Weird commenting response things… I left you a comment via my Facebook login (I guess). It seemed like you responded and I got a notification in Facebook, but when I click on it, it directs me back to this site and my comment plus your response are not here. Odd.

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  7. Nice writeup. The Example 1 and Example 3 photos look a bit soft, either not enough contrast, or not enough resolution. In any case, they look less sharp and have less detail than I expected. The colours, on the other hand, look great. Maybe the lack of detail and sharpness is the price to pay for having a smaller sensor and only 16Mpx. That means that, as much as I would like it, I am not yet ready to dump my full-frame DSLR for Fuji. Maybe in a year or two.

  8. Ernest, thanks for your comment. FYI, the example images you are referring to are high ISO straight JPEG tests, so they’ll inherently be a bit on the softer side compared to what you’d get shooting RAW at lower ISO. I find the X-T1 to be incredibly sharp, by far the highest resolution camera that I’ve owned to date. Check out this other post of full size images which do a good job illustrating the X-T1’s capabilities.

  9. The other images are sharper, indeed, as do many, many other Fujifilm shots I’ve seen. I am sure the X-T1 is a great camera and I’ll be itching to get my own after I get to test one.

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  22. This is incredibly tempting, but I want to wait for a longer tele-zoom. Once that comes, I may well sell my entire DSLR for this system.

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