Inputs and Outputs Notes
Overview: The Fujifilm X-T1 is part of the X-series
interchangeable lens digital cameras. It has the Fujifilm X-mount, and is
compatible with XF-series lenses. This "body only" package does not include any lenses.
Compatible Lenses: The X-T1 is compatible with the
following Fujinon XF prime lenses:
XF18mm F2 R,
XF35mm F1.4 R, and
XF60mm F2.4 R Macro.
These lenses offer precise control over depth-of-field and excellent
out-of-focus bokeh, due to the design of the molded aperture diaphragm blades.
In addition, Fujinon XF zoom lenses, such as the
10-24mm lenses, provide crystal clear images near and far. With the optional
M Mount Adapter (sold separately) you can use a wide variety of M-mount lenses from Leica, Voigtlander, Carl Zeiss, and Ricoh.
3" LCD Monitor:
The X-T1 has a 3" color LCD
monitor featuring 1,040,000 dots and approximately 100% horizontal
and vertical coverage in the shooting mode. When shooting, you can choose from a
standard display, an information display, or a custom display, which allows you to
select from up to 15 items to display in the monitor. You can also choose an
Information Off display.
0.5" OLED Viewfinder: The camera is equipped with a 0.5"
Organic LED (OLED) viewfinder with 2,360,000 dots and 100% frame coverage. An
eye sensor on the viewfinder automatically turns on the viewfinder and turns off
the LCD monitor when you bring the camera up to your eye, and turns it off when
you take it away. The viewfinder has a diopter
correction dial that allows you to adjust the strength of the viewfinder in
accordance with your eyesight.
The X-T1 features the new 23.6mm x 15.6mm APS-C format, X-Trans CMOS II image sensor with
16.3-million effective square pixels (16.7 total pixels). The sensor features an
original color filter array that minimizes moiré and color aberrations. Coupled
with the X-Trans CMOS II sensor is the high-speed EXR Processor II, which
reduces the start-up time and shooting interval to 0.5 seconds, the shutter time
lag to 0.05 seconds, and the Auto Focus to a blistering 0.08 seconds. This
sensor/processor combination also allows you to shoot continuously of up to 8
frames per second.
Recording Media: Still images and movies can be recorded onto
optional SD, SDHC, or SDXC memory cards, including ultra-high-speed UHS-II
format SD cards. Class 10 cards or better are recommended for recording movies. No memory cards are included with the
Still Image Quality: The X-T1 records still images in JPEG
format in 3:2, 16:9, and 1:1 aspect
ratios in three sizes and two compression ratios (Fine or Normal). In addition, RAW images can be
recorded from the raw, uncompressed image data from the camera's image sensor.
RAW format images can be processed on a computer using the supplied RAW File
Converter application software, or converted to JPEG in the camera. You can also shoot a RAW + JPEG image at the
same time, with separate RAW and JPEG files recorded and stored.
|3:2 Image Sizes
||16:9 Image Sizes
||1:1 Image Sizes
|L: 4896 x 3264
M: 3456 x 2304
S: 2496 x 1664
|L: 4896 x 2760
M: 3456 x 1944
S: 2496 x 1408
|L: 3264 x 3264
M: 2304 x 2304
S: 1664 x 1664
HD Movies: The X-T1 can record Full HD movies in MOV
format (H.264 standard) at 60 or 30 frames per second with stereo sound. Available
frames sizes are 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) and 1280 x 720 (HD). The maximum movie
length is 14 minutes for Full HD, and 27 minutes for HD.
Panorama: The camera is capable of taking panoramic images by
panning the camera through one of two angle settings. As you pan the camera,
multiple frames are recorded and automatically stitched together in the camera
to create the panoramic image. The Panorama options are:
- Panorama M:
- Horizontal: 6400 x 1440
- Vertical: 2160 x 6400
- Panorama L:
- Horizontal: 9600 x 1440
- Vertical: 2160 x 9600
Built-in Wi-fi: The camera's built-in Wi-Fi lets you connect
the camera to your computer or smartphone wirelessly. With the Fujifilm Camera
Remote app on your smartphone, you can view and download images and videos to
the smartphone, control the camera remotely, or copy location data to the camera
and save it to your photos (smartphone must have GPS feature). When the Fujifilm
PC AutoSave application is loaded onto your computer, you can upload pictures
from the camera via wireless LAN.
Note: Fujifilm Camera Remote is available from the Apple
App Store, and is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch running iOS 5.0
and later. It is also available from Google Play for Android Smartphones and
Tablets running Android OS Ver.2.2 to 4.4 (4.0 or later to use the Remote
Control feature). Fujifilm PC AutoSave is compatible with Windows 8, 7
(SP1), Vista (SP2) and XP (SP3), as well as Macintosh OS X 10.6-10.8.
Analog Dial Operation: The camera features lots of analog
controls for setting the camera's shooting settings. On the top panel are three
large dials for setting the ISO Sensitivity, shutter speed, and exposure
compensation. Surrounding two of those dials are rings to set the drive mode and
metering mode. On the front is a rotary switch for selecting the focus mode.
Many of the compatible Fujifilm lenses
have switches to turn on/off the OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and to set
aperture control to Automatic or Manual. If you choose Manual aperture, you can
change the aperture setting by rotating the aperture ring on the lens.
Q Button: The camera also features a single button that
gives you access to numerous settings. The Q Button (Quick Menu) on the rear
panel lets you quickly set the AF mode, Dynamic Range, White Balance, Noise
Reduction, Image Size, Image Quality, Film Simulation, Highlight Tone, Shadow
Tone, Color, Sharpness, Self-timer, Face Detection, Flash Mode, and EVF/LCD
Brightness. Once the Q Button is pressed, you can rotate the rear command dial
to find the setting you desire.
Function Buttons: The X-T1 has six customizable Function
buttons (Fn), that let you choose the functions for each button. The function
buttons are located on the front, top, and rear panels, including the four
selector buttons surrounding the Menu/OK button. In the menu, you can select
from several options to customize the function for each button.
Shooting Modes: The Fujifilm X-T1 lets you set the shutter
speed on the camera using the analog dial on the top. The lens aperture can be
set on the lens manually using the aperture control ring. The shutter speed and
aperture both have an automatic setting. The shutter speed and aperture
settings combine for four shooting modes:
¹ Shutter Speed Options:
Auto, 1/4000, 1/2000, 1/1000, 1/500, 1/250, 1/125, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15,
1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1, Time (selectable 2 to 30 sec), and Bulb (up to 60
² Aperture Options:
Depends upon the attached XF lens: XF18mm (F2.0 to F16), XF35mm (F1.4 to F16), XF60mm (F2.4 to F22) XF14mm (F2.8 to
F22), XF18-55mm (F2.8/F4 to F22)
ISO Sensitivity: You can manually set the camera's sensitivity
using the top mounted dial on the top of the camera. You can set the ISO
sensitivity to Auto, or to presets from ISO
200 to 6400 in 1EV increments. Extended settings are equivalent to ISO100
(L), ISO12800 (H1) or ISO25600 (H2). With the ISO
Auto Setting, you can set a Default Sensitivity, a Maximum Sensitivity, and a
Minimum Shutter Speed.
White balance is used to preserve natural colors under different types of
lighting. You can select
Auto, Direct Sunlight, Shade, "Daylight" fluorescent lamps, "Warm White" fluorescent
lamps, "Cool White" fluorescent lamps, Incandescent light and
Underwater (requires waterproof case). In addition, you can measure for a white
balance value or display and select from a list of color temperatures.
Film Simulation: The X-T1 can simulate the effects of
different kinds of film, including black-and-white. You can select one of the
- Provia/Standard: standard color reproduction
- Velvia/Vivid: a high-contrast palette of saturated colors, suited
for nature photos
- Astia/Soft: a soft-toned palette of less-saturated colors
- Pro Negative Std: a soft-toned palette. The range of
hues available for skin tones is enhanced; a good choice for studio
- Pro Negative Hi: offers slightly more contrast than Pro
Negative Std, making it ideal for outdoor portraits.
- Monochrome: standard black-and-white
- Monochrome + Y Filter: black-and-white pictures with slightly
increased contrast; tones down the brightness of the sky
- Monochrome + R Filter: black-and-white picture with increased
contrast; also tones down the brightness of the sky
- Monochrome + G Filter: softens skin tones in black-and-white
- Sepia: takes pictures in sepia tone
Color Space: Depending upon how you intend to use the image,
you can choose the output color space at the general sRGB setting or the broader
color rendition of Adobe RGB (for commercial printing).
Exposure Compensation: Using the dedicated Exposure
Compensation dial on the top of the camera, you
can alter the exposure from the value suggested by the camera, making pictures
brighter or darker. You can adjust the exposure a total of 19 steps from -3.0 to +3.0 EV in 1/3
EV steps. Exposure compensation is available in all shooting modes except
Bracketing: You can take a series of photos with varying
settings for each picture. Bracketing options include:
- AE: Each time the shutter is pressed, the camera will
take three shots, one using the metered value for
exposure, the second overexposed by the selected amount, and the third
underexposed by the same amount.
- ISO: Each time the shutter is pressed, the camera will
take three shots, one using the current sensitivity setting, the second with
the sensitivity raised, and the third with the sensitivity lowered.
- Film Simulation: Each time the shutter is released, the
camera takes one shot and processes it to create copies with the film
simulation settings selected.
- Dynamic Range: Each time the shutter is pressed, the
camera will take three shots up to about 6 fps, each with different dynamic
ranges: 100% for the first, 200% for the second, and 400% for the third.
- White Balance: After selecting a bracketing amount, the
camera takes three shots each time the shutter button is pressed, one at the
current white balance setting, one with fine-tuning increased by the
selected amount, and one with fine-tuning decreased by the selected amount.
Continuous Shooting: You can capture motion in a series of
pictures using the Continuous Shooting mode. At the High Speed setting, the camera can take
up to 47 pictures at 8 frames per second. At Low Speed, the camera can take
pictures at approximately 3 fps until the memory card is full. The frame rate
and number of frames per burst may vary depending on the type of memory card
Multiple Exposures: You can create a photograph that
combines two exposures. After the first shot is taken, it will be shown
superimposed on the view through the lens, and you will be prompted to take the
Self-timer: The camera gives you the choice of a 10-second
or 2-second self timer. The 10 second self timer is recommended for self
portraits, while the 2-second self timer is used to reduce blur caused by the
camera moving when the shutter button is pressed.
Remote Release: The X-T1 has a 2.5mm sub-minijack connection
for adding the optional RR-80 Remote Release. The RR-80 can be used to take
photos when the camera is on a tripod or for long time-exposures. In addition, a
standard cable release can be used when attached into the threaded receptacle on
the shutter release button.
Focus Modes: The camera lets you choose how the camera
focuses. Using the rotary control on the front of the camera, you can select Single AF, Continuous AF, or Manual Focus.
Flash Modes: The
X-T1 does not have a built-in flash, but comes with the EF-X8 Shoe Mount Flash. Optional external flash units
(EF-20, EF-42, EF-X20) can be used for
additional lighting at night or indoors under low light. The camera has a sync
terminal for connecting flash units that require a sync cable. Red-eye removal minimizes the
"red-eye" effect, and is available for each flash mode. You can choose from the following flash modes:
Auto: flash fires
automatically as required by the shooting conditions
flash will fire whenever a picture is taken
auto flash combined with slow shutter speeds (tripod recommended)
2nd Curtain Sync: the flash fires immediately before the
Commander: the built-in flash can be used to control
optional remote flash units
Suppressed Flash: The flash does not fire.
The X-T1 uses 256-segment, TTL (through-the-lens) metering, where the camera
automatically assesses the scene and selects the optimum exposure. Using the
ring surrounding the shutter speed dial, you can
select from three metering options: Multi, Spot, or Average.
Viewing Images: Images can be
played back one-at-a-time or in a variety of multi-frame views. Multi-frame
options include a 5-frame cascading display (two previous and two following
frames cascaded behind the highlighted image), a side-by-side two-frame display
(with smaller thumbnails of the previous and next frames, 9-image grid (3 x 3)
and a 100-image grid (10 x 10) of micro-thumbnails. In the 9- and 100-image grid
views, the highlighted image is slightly enlarged.
Image Search: The Image Search function lets you search
pictures by the following criteria:
- Date: Search for photos by date
- Face: Search for photos that include faces
- Favorites: Search for photos by rating
- Type: You can easily search your pictures according to the type
of photos: still photos, RAW pictures, or movie footage.
- Upload Mark: Search for pictures selected for upload to
a specified destination.
Playback Zoom/Cropping: You can
enlarge a still image in the monitor according to the image quality (size).
After you have zoomed in and scrolled the picture to the desired composition,
you can create a cropped image of a picture. Copies will have an aspect ratio
of 3:2, and will be saved as a separate file.
Resize: To create a small copy of a picture, you can select
"Resize" from the menu. The new images vary in size with the original
Slide Show: You can view pictures in an automated slide
show. You can select normal playback, normal playback that zooms in on faces, or
multiple pictures at once. You can choose to have the pictures fade to the next,
Printing Pictures: Using DPOF
(Digital Print Order Form), you can designate which images to print, and whether
to print them with or without date. Pictures can be printed as followed:
- Printer or Photo Lab:
plug the camera into a Pictbridge-compatible printer,
insert the memory card into a compatible printer, or take the memory card to
a digital photo lab
- Transferring to Computer:
transfer the images to a computer before printing them
Power Requirements: The
X-T1 is powered by the supplied NP-W126 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery.
A fully-charged NP-W126 is good for approximately 350 shots. The supplied BC-W126
battery charger will charge an NP-W126 battery in about 150 minutes.
Auto Power Off Function: When
the camera is operated on battery power, the Auto Power Off function will automatically
turn off the camera to reduce the drain on the batteries if no
operations are performed for 2 minutes or 5 minutes, as set in the menu.
Regardless of the option selected, the camera will not automatically turn off
when connected to a printer or computer, or when a slide show is in progress.
and Outputs Notes
USB: The X-T1 features a Micro-B 2.0 USB port. With an
optional Micro USB cable, you can download your photos to your
computer, or connect the camera to a compatible PictBridge printer.
HDMI: The camera has a mini-HDMI (Type C) output for
connecting the camera to your HDTV. An optional mini-HDMI to HDMI cable is required.
Microphone In/Remote Release: A 2.5mm sub-minijack is
provided for connecting an external microphone with a 2.5mm plug. You can also
use the jack for connecting the RR-80 Remote Release.
MyFinePix Studio: The X-T1 is equipped with MyFinePix Studio Version
4.2b for Windows, which can be used to copy picture to a computer, where they
can be stored, viewed, organized, and printed. The following operating systems
are required for installing the software: Windows 8, Windows 7 (SP1), Windows Vista
(SP2), and Windows XP (SP3).
Note: It is recommended that standard Mac OS applications, such as
Image Capture, be used to copy pictures and movies to a Mac.
RAW File Converter: RAW File Converter is used to view RAW images on
your computer. Versions for Windows and Macintosh (OS X 10.6-10.9) are provided.
Owner's Manual: A .pdf copy of the full Owner's Manual is
available on the supplied FinePix CD-ROM disc.