Product Shots of the Soon-to-be-Released Fuji X-T1 Make Their Way Online


Most of the specs and information on the recently-teased Fuji X-T1 that will make landfall on January 28th have already leaked, but the final piece of the rumor puzzle fell into place today when Digicameinfo published the official-looking product shots you see here.

For those of you who haven’t read our previous coverage on the upcoming X-series camera, when it arrives officially next week it will supposedly do so with a 16MP APS-C X-Trans II sensor, 2.36M-dot OLED EVF with only 0.005s lag, 8fps continuous shooting with AF tracking, 0.08s AF speed and built-in WiFi.

Here’s a look at the camera from the top and back:



The price was originally rumored to be around $1,800 (converted from Japanese Yen pricing), but since we reported on those numbers, Fuji Rumors has been told that the body-only might only cost ~$1,300 in the US.

Keep in mind though, price is the finickiest part of the rumor guessing game these sites play, so take that number with a grain of salt. Better to expect $1,800 and be pleasantly surprised than the other way around.

(via Mirrorless Rumors via The Phoblographer)

  • Mike Burchard

    Right! I forgot about the “pro sports photographers”! Obviously, if a very small subset of professional photographers needs FF sensors, then EVERYONE must need them. NEED, not WANT. You have brilliantly argued your point; you win.

  • Mike Burchard

    Stop crying, Brendan. I’m sure you take very pretty pictures with your FF sensor.

    Besides, if anything, my comment was “snide”, not “smarmy”.

  • Mike Burchard

    The important distinction, I think, is between NEED & WANT. The confusion of the two is a cognitive error made by altogether too many people, frequently to their detriment.

  • Ricardo

    Why do yo need a APS-C when you have MFT? why do you need MFT when you have 2/3″ sensors, why do you need 2/3′ sensors when you have an iphone!

  • Dodi Heru

    Same here! :)

  • Mike Burchard

    There. Ricardo understands the difference between “need” and “want”. Probably. Unless he doesn’t. What does it matter anyway?

  • mook

    Get that stick out of your ass already.

  • Mike Burchard

    mook: thanks for the advice, dummy.

  • Alex Hill

    I’ve yet to see an XT1 in the hand or any image output, but on the design and specs, it’s very easy to like. It really looks like they’ve got a lot right. And the sealing is a big plus for me. Nice camera.

    I can’t help but notice that the weight is creeping up. The XE1/2 are 350gms with inbuilt flash. The X Pro 1 is 450gms. The XT1 is 440gms without flash and body plus external flash is probably over 500gms……. getting into light APSC DSLR territory.

  • Fernando Callo

    Sensor, body, the whole sh*t of “pure photography”, ergonomics, size, lens. The only brand that can claim “pure photography” is Leica.

  • northlander30

    That’s cool then! As long as Fuji got the white balance problem sorted out then yes I would be subjected to a possible purchase of maybe even the X1S . I like the retro styling of it. I like the new Nikon as well.