The Fujifilm X-T1 Gets a Makeover

The launch of the X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition, a new colour variant of the Fujifilm X-T1 premium mirror-less camera is creating a fujitsu film x-t1buzz among professional and amateur photographers in the region.

Since its launch, the X-T1 has received high praise from photography enthusiasts and professional photographers around the globe thanks to its outstanding features, including the world’s fastest Real Time Viewfinder with a display lag-time of just 0.005 sec, the highest display magnification (0.77x), and a dust and water-resistant body.

“The Fujifilm X-T1 is a very capable and powerful camera. The graphite silver edition is being introduced to provide our customers with an option to choose between the all black version and the new graphite silver variant. The unique colour combination of silver graphite stands out from the other advanced compact systems cameras available in the market as it adds an original retro feel to the X-T1,” stated Mr. Yuta Kawamura, marketing manager, electronic imaging division, Fujifilm Middle East & Africa.

The X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition uses a unique three-layer coating process for a stunning, highly resilient, finish. Three coats are applied to the camera body to impart that perfect finish.

Along with the introduction of the new colour variant, the electronic shutter of the X-T1 has also been upgraded with a maximum speed of 1/32000 seconds which is perfect for shots of pets, weddings, etc. that require fast shutter speeds.

The X Series' Film Simulation modes represent Fujifilm's wealth of experience in colour reproduction technology. New to the suite of effects is Classic Chrome, which delivers subtle colours and beautifully muted tones reminiscent of vintage reversal film that enhances the creativity of the photographers.

Fujifilm will continue to provide support to their users by providing firmware updates. The updates will also enhance the usability of the X-T1. Some of the planned features include manual shooting in video mode, direct selection of AF area, etc.


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