Fuji X-T1 Review | Marius Masalar

By | January 18, 2015

When I reviewed the X100S, I was just dipping my toes into the Fuji ecosystem. Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to immerse myself entirely and I’d like to share my findings. The X100S served as a pivot point in my photography, and the story of how it came into my life was among the most popular articles on the blog. It revealed a strong desire for non-technical and down-to-earth discussions about camera equipment in my little corner of the internet. As a result, I intend to continue writing about the photo gear that I use, and I figure there’s no better way to kick off the new year than by examining the X100S’ big brother. Over the holidays, I worked almost exclusively with the Fuji X-T1, courtesy of a loan from Fuji Canada.1 Paired with a 10-24mm wide-angle zoom and a 60mm macro prime, this kit has braved the frosty Toronto winter with me, and plunged into the Mexican coastal jungles in pursuit of wildlife and tropical vistas………

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