This afternoon I received the much anticipated Fuji X-T1 camera from http://lensrentals.com. These are some of the first images that I made with them photographing friends and family near home.
These images were processed from the original jpegs captured, first in LR 5.3 (sometimes using Replichrome presets from Totally Rad as well as finished in Photoshop using RadLab. All images were made with the 35mm f1.4 lens, many at f1.4.
My first impression is that this is a fantastic little camera and the quality of the images are superb.
The new EVF is huge, and sharp and the external screen (which tilts) is a huge improvement from the X-E1. Continuous tracking focus at 8 fps works well, though I must practice more because it’s a bit different than the way AF worked on my DSLR.
It is amazing to think that in two years the Fuji X system mirrorless technology has advanced to this point — I cannot wait to see what continues to evolve.