The international brand Fujifilm is once again ready to take the rivals against the other brand. Following to the next step to the evolution of X-Series the company has come up with a brand new compact DSLR camera with a gorgeous range of manual dials as well as fully automatic control called the X-T1.
Talking to the main component of the camera, which is a 16.3-megapixel APS-C sized CMOS camera mated with an Electronic View Finder having a zoom capability of 0.77x which give an extreme picture quality. Besides it, the camera has a LED screen showing the high-end view and featuring several options to be made. The camera is also able to shoot FHD videos at the rate of 60fps.
Fujifilm X-T1 is the world’s fastest camera in terms of auto-focus with a rate of up to 8 shots per second. Its rivals will be Sony Alpha A7 and Olympus E-M1. And of course, The X-T1 is a direct competitor to the OM-D from Olympus, except it, has a larger APS-C sized 16.3-megapixel sensor instead of the OM-D’s Four-Thirds sensor.
The camera will be available from the next month with a price tag of approx Rs.100, 000 (only for the body). The company has also announced a new range of weather resistant lenses designed for Fujifilm X-T1.
Below are the other key features of the camera:-
- Phase detection AF in sensor
- EXR Processor II
- 3inch tilting screen
- 2.36m dot OLED EVF, with eye-detection, 0.77x magnification
- 8fps with continuous AF
- ISO increased up to ISO51200
- Lens modulation Optimiser technology
- FullHD video at 60fps
- Mic/Remote socket (same socket used for either function)
- Mic level adjustments
- Included EF-X8 flash, guide number 11
- Interval timer shooting, up to 999 frames
- Weather sealed magnesium alloy body