Fujifilm X-T1 Specs

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The long-awaited Fujifilm X-T1 finally arrived and made its debut on 2014-04-14, bringing with it a wholly modified set of incredible features compared with its predecessor. However, while it may look like just another SLR-style mirrorless, Fujifilm has packed a reasonable amount of firsts into the Fujifilm X-T1 innovative body. The camera takes contrasty photos and marvelous videos and includes all the features you need. Almost every available surface of the Fujifilm body is overspread with simple to use buttons and switches. The most important shooting controls are reasonably large and well placed too, which isn’t always the case on cameras of this size. 8.0 fps burst rate are good enough for most applications, and it performs well in low light situations. 49-Point AF System and Scene Recognition System: Photographers can select single point, continuous, dynamic or upgraded 3D autofocus modes to adapt to any shooting situation from static peoples to dynamic sports. At low ISOs, the sensor delivers awesome detail and dynamic range, while high-ISO image quality is pretty supreme too, with quite acceptable results at ISO 6,400 but I’d avoid going much higher than this. If you use the MB-D14 grip, you can use a second EN-EL15 for a total of 1,800 shots, and the Fujifilm X-T1 will swap seamlessly between them. Video capture capabilities are limited (1920 x 1080 only), though it more than makes up for it with the moving, eye-popping, extraordinary images it produces.

Furthermore, paired with the excellent array of APS-C state-of-the-art Fujifilm lenses, the stunning advanced is capable of telling any story you can imagine. It’s stylish, modern, innovative and manufactured for the modern generation. It feels solid in hand thanks to a generous hand-grip that easily accommodates even larger hands without the little finger hanging off the end. Most notably, it's worth noting that it comes with a cool selection of original accessories, which can expand its capabilities even further. First of all, this camera provides versatile photo quality in a robust body, thanks to its APS-C, 16 megapixels CMOS X-TRANS II sensor and high-quality lens. It makes the camera a joy to hold, has excellent image quality and won’t break the bank. Photographers who shoot sports, wildlife or energized toddlers will especially appreciate faster shooting rates, and this camera can shoot at 8.0 fps. This is an impressive addition to Fujifilm’s already substantial family of high-end point-and-shoots. Besides, the Fujifilm X-T1 is a Fujifilm camera, and if you've been waiting for top-grade to beef up supply numbers before taking the plunge, there's no reason to hold back now.

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The Fujifilm X-T1 have SLR-style mirrorless body and APS-C sensor and you can also check out the following cameras.

Fujifilm X-T1 Specs

Here you can find all Fujifilm X-T1 specs and params.


ModelFujifilm X-T1
Body TypeSLR-style mirrorless

DxO Sensor Scores

DxO Overall Scorenot tested
DxO Color Depthnot tested
DxO Dynamic Rangenot tested
DxO Low Light ISOnot tested


Sensor Resolution16 megapixels
Sensor SizeAPS-C
Sensor Dimensions23.6 x 15.6 mm
Sensor Area368.16mm2
Max Image Resolution4896 x 3264
Min Boosted ISO100
Min Native ISO200
Max Native ISO6,400
Max Boosted ISO51,200
RAW Supporttrue


Lens MountFujifilm X
Number of Lenses41
Manual Focustrue
Focal Length Multiplier1.5x
Macro Focus Rangen/a


Viewfinder Coverage100%
Viewfinder Resolution2,360k dots
Viewfinder Magnification0.77


Display TypeTilting
Display TechnologyTFT LCD (RGBW)
Display Size3″
Display Resolution1,040k dots
Live Viewtrue
Touch Screenfalse

Photography Features

Min Shutter Speed30s
Max Shutter Speed1/4000s
Continuous Shooting8.0 fps
Shutter Prioritytrue
Aperture Prioritytrue
Manual Exposure Modetrue
Exposure CompensationYes
Custom White Balancetrue
Image Stabilizationfalse
Built-in Flashfalse
External Flashtrue
Flash Range8.00 m (ISO100)
Flash ModesActivated when external flash is connected Red-eye removal OFF: Auto / Forced Flash / Slow Synchro / Suppressed Flash / Rear-curtain Synchro / Commander Red-eye removal ON: Red-eye Reduction Auto / Red-eye Reduction & Forced Flash / Suppressed Flash /
Max Flash Sync1/180s
WB Bracketingtrue
AE Bracketingtrue

Exposure Modes

Center Weightedfalse


Touch Autofocusfalse
Continuous Autofocustrue
Single Autofocustrue
Tracking Autofocustrue
Selective Autofocustrue
Center Autofocustrue
Multi Area Focustrue
Live View Focustrue
Face Detection Autofocustrue
Contrast Autofocustrue
Phase Detection Autofocustrue
Number of Autofocus Points49
Number of Cross Focus Points0

Video Features

Video Resolutions1920 x 1080 (30, 60p), 1280 x 720 (30p, 60p)
Max Video Resolution1920 x 1080
Video FormatsH.264
Microphone Intrue
Headphone Outfalse


WiFi ConnectivityBuilt-In
USBUSB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec)
HDMI Outtrue


Camera Weight440g
Body Dimensions129 x 90 x 47mm
Environmental Sealingtrue
Water Prooffalse
Dust Prooffalse
Shock Prooffalse
Crush Prooffalse
Freeze Prooffalse
Battery ModelNP-W126
Battery Life350 shots
Battery TypeBattery Pack

Other Features

Self TimerYes (10sec. / 2sec. Delay)
Storage TypeSD / SDHC / SDXC (UHS-II)
Storage Slots1
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