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  • […] I’ll admit, I’ve known about this for awhile. Fujifilm brought me in the loop a few months ago to test out an early model of the X-T1, and when they showed me what they’d cooked up, I was really excited. They packed some incredible features into the firmware, and in my mind, they addressed all of those little issues I had with the XE-1, and to some extent, the X-E2, although the 2 is a big improvement over the 1.  […]

  • […] Earlier today, Fujifilm announced their latest X model, the rugged X-T1 mirrorless camera. Designed as a premium quality, interchangeable lens camera, the X-T1 features a compact SLR style body, mechanical dials, much higher weather resistance than the rest of the X lineup and vastly improved high speed performance. In other words, the X-T1 is the X camera specifically designed for us outdoor, adventure and action photographers.  […]

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  • Christian says:

    Nice read – thank you!

    “Fuji went full SLR style and stuck it right up front and center. Just like a real camera.” Poor Leica Ms and all the other rangefinders – I prefer the offset VF, nose friendly.

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Especially for left-eyed shooters!

  • […] ← First Look at The New Rugged Fujifilm X-T1 Camera […]

  • […] be doing more comprehensive reviews of the X-T1 over the next week or so. In the meantime, read my first look review of the X-T1 and see a list of the main specs here, or preorder the camera at B&H Photo, Adorama or Amazon. It’s slated to ship on […]

  • […] 8 months now, mostly with the X-E1 and X-E2 and now the brand new Fujifilm X-T1. (Read my review of the awesome new X-T1 here.) In that time, I’ve found it to be an essential part of my compact, mirrorless photography […]

  • […] so excited to have mine in time for the Iceland trip. I love how the files look, and combined with all the new features, it’s really a solid performer. Stay tuned for more review posts in the next couple of […]

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