Excerpt: I'm an enthusiast who shoots for competitions and personal enjoyment. I specialize in urban and travel, and I also occasionally shoot birds and sports. I got this camera to replace my aging Nikon 7000 which I use mostly for travel.
Pros: Large Clear LCD
Cons: Lag / Shutter Delay, Poor Image Quality, Short Battery Life
Excerpt: Let me start by mentioning that I am a professional wildlife photographer so my expectations might be higher than average. Having said that I purchased the X-T1 and Fuji lenses primarily non-action subjects.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fuji System-lenses, Large Clear LCD, X-trans Sensor
Cons: Lag / Shutter Delay, Short Battery Life, Tiny Buttons
Excerpt: I sold my Fujifilm X100S and bought this X-T1. I was sick of waiting for Fujifilm's next-gen sensor/processor body and their current- gen sensor/processor combo isn't that bad, so I picked this up as a bridge camera.
Excerpt: Freaking amazing images!!!!! I have been a Nikon user for many years, so things were different, moving to a Fuji. I definitely had to read the manual! Which is something I usually don't have the patience for.
Pros: Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I am a recent convert to quality digital cameras with many decades of film experience. After using the X-T1 for about 2 months, I decided this is for me, so I bought a second body and a few XF zoom lenses.
Pros: Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: Image quality is superb - I've shot it with both the Fuji 56mm and the CZ 12mm. Sharp and gorgeous, albeit not full frame. Used it for pre-ceremony shots with bride and groom - significantly slower AF than my 5D but still reliable in low light. Worthless for dancing and an active reception.
Excerpt: I've been shooting with the Fuji X-T1 for about a year now and just realized how nice this camera is to use. I purchased the Sony A7II because I wanted to go full frame and was very disappointed whit the Sony vs. the Fuji. I am honestly amazed at how well the Fuji X-T1 sensor held up the Sony.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Great camera to take on a nice vacation anywhere--compact, great picture results, and solid feel
7 April 2015
Summary: Glad I bought this camera after a few months ruminating the purchase. I didn't want a bulky DSLR with multiple lenses but I also wanted the option of being able to change the lens in my next camera.
Excerpt: Fujifilm! Where were you in my life. I just got this and coupled it with the Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8 and WOW!! Medium format quality image! So glad I did not sink my money into an overpriced Sony A7ii, Sony zeiss 55 f/1.8. Zeiss reps will not honor an answer about that lens. I tried asking about it.