Fotodesign-rs: Fujifilm X-T1 review March 06, 2014 in mirrorless Fotodesign-rs has a wonderful, and honest, review of Fujifilm's latest. It is illustrated with liberal doses of bokeh-heavy street photography that its author, Robin, is so good at. He concludes thusly: Well, it’s fairly simple to summarize my findings about the X-T1. In the end it’s rather an evolution of the X-E2, wrapped in a different body, than a game changer taking over the camera world. For me, the biggest advantage is the new high-res viewfinder, which I would love to see in a X-E3. The autofocus is improved, but still lacks responsiveness compared to the competition. This might not be true for AF-C performance, but that is something I don’t care much about. The image quality hasn’t changed at all and is still very good. Video quality is still poor, so nothing has changed there either.Even though it’s not a game changer, I really like the X-T1 and I am looking forward to using it more often this year. Thanks Tomen.de for putting together such a great list of X-series articles.