HA NOI (VNS) — Fujifilm yesterday launched its latest compact system camera: an all-out DSLR with a retro look.
The X-T1 has built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing the camera to be operated remotely through a smartphone using the new Fujifilm Camera Remote app for iOS and Android devices.
The X-T1 uses an APS-C format, 16.3 million-pixel, X Trans CMOS II sensor and an EXR processor.
The camera is compatible with UHS-II SD format cards, so it can shoot continuously at a maximum rate of 8 frames per second to create up to 47 fine JPEG files or 23 simultaneous raw and JPEG files.
The X-T1's viewfinder is larger than normal and has a magnification factor of 0.77x, which Fuji claims is the highest offered by any digital camera.
The X-T1 has the world's fastest phase detection autofocus speed for digital cameras, at 0.08 second, with a 4/3-inch or larger sensor.
Another major change in design is that the electronic viewfinder has shifted to the centre of the camera from its rangefinder-like corner position. — VNS