• 90out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 94out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 93out of 100
    On October 18 2013, Fuji announced the 16.3 Megapixels X-E2 , following the  Fuji X-M1 and Fuji X-A1 that was recently announced back in June. The X-E2 is, however, positioned above these two cameras, just underneath the flagship Fuji X-Pro1 that was announced 1.5 years ago.  Fujifilm have made a number of significant improvements on the inside of the X-E2. It uses the same 16.3 Megapixels X-Trans II CMOS sensor which features in the Fuji X100s compact camera.  This sen...More »
    X-E2 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 100out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 100out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 100out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 100out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 100out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • Not Rated
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 93out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 89out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 80out of 100
    On October 18 2013, Fuji announced the 16.3 Megapixels X-E2 , following the  Fuji X-M1 and Fuji X-A1 that was recently announced back in June. The X-E2 is, however, positioned above these two cameras, just underneath the flagship Fuji X-Pro1 that was announced 1.5 years ago.  Fujifilm have made a number of significant improvements on the inside of the X-E2. It uses the same 16.3 Megapixels X-Trans II CMOS sensor which features in the Fuji X100s compact camera.  This sen...More »
    X-E2 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 90out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • Not Rated
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 82out of 100
    On January 28 2014, Fujifilm announced the X-T1 camera . This 16 Megapixels X-Trans II sensor camera is styled like a DSLR. While Fujifilm technically has positioned this camera between the X-Pro1 and the X-E2, it has far too many improvements over the X-Pro1, with the only thing the X-Pro1 having that the X-T1 doesn't is the optical/electronic viewfinder.  The X-T1 features a 2.36m EVF with high refresh (54 fps under all conditions), faster startup and cycling times, 8 fps with focus...More »
    X-T1 Sample Photos from Flickr