Fuji XT1 unboxing

As much as I enjoyed the X100S, I decided to give the XT1 a chance.   

I brought in my X100S and Xpro1 to Eight Elements Camera and put them up for sale.  As those were set on the shelf, I jumped the gun and picked up the next body.  The very next day I headed back to the store and had my friend, Natalie, unbox the fancy new camera for me.  The Fuji XT1 was released in January 2014, decked out with a APS-C sized X-Trans Cmos II sensor and an electronic viewfinder that has a magnification of .77x.  At the time of release it was highest magnification ratio available to a crop sensor camera.

The box was nowhere near as fancy as the Xpro1, so the whole fun of unboxing was a little let down.  The camera on the other hand, is a very nice setup and I don’t regret picking this up at all.

Natalie played around with the camera for a few minutes and tested how close the minimal focus could go.

I took a hold of the camera and fiddled with the settings to get a better feel for how I like to shoot.


I’ll have more photos to sample as I find time to go back out and shoot.  My horrible management of time has prevented me from having as much shoots as I want.


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