I got to spend some more time with the Fuji X-T1 over the weekend and I am quickly starting to love this camera. I’ve probably shot close to 1000 frames since I received the camera almost a week ago. Many of these were shots to learn about the camera and configuring my settings. I’ve got most of the settings figured out through much trial and error. If you want a quick settings setup, check out how Bill Fortney has his Fuji X-T1 setup.
I wanted to post a couple of images from this awesome camera! I am amazed at the detail and sharpness of the straight from the camera jpegs. I took a walk down the street at my local metropark and made a few frames, nothing spectacular. These are handheld as I don’t have an L-Bracket for this camera yet, I’m patiently waiting for RRS to offer one.
Here’s a shot of two bucks at 200mm f4.8 (which is wide open at 200m)
And here is the 100% crop
Here are few more photos, done with bracketing the film simulation.
I’m planning to get a visit into the zoo this coming weekend and be able to write up my thoughts on everything I love about this camera.