I recently added the Fuji X-T1 to my addition of cameras to cherish and love. I’m a camera whore I know, but I really wanted to get into Fuji lenses to see what they’re like. And there are a ton of sales going on with lenses and bodies so I made the leap with the plan that I’ll sell it when the next X-Pro comes out.
For an APS-C interchangeable this X-T1 is pretty awesome. Reminds me a lot of my Sony A7r as far as size and the way it fits in the hand. Actually the Sony is a little nicer to hold because of the bigger grip, but the Fuji X-T1 nailed it with the dial and button configuration. Plus it feels like a tank.
I’ll be doing a full detailed review of the X-T1 pretty soon. I still need to learn the camera lot more before going into it so not to write a review that sucks.
One thing I’ve noticed that I’ve not seen mention anywhere is, the X-T1 produces significantly smaller JPEG files than the X100T. 4-7MB compared to 7-11MB (unless I’m doing something wrong). So that X100T is doing something new to its JPEGs that not even the X-T1 is doing. Makes me excited to see what the next generation X-Pro will give us.