Three Fujifilm X-T1 press photos are the latest pieces of evidence to be leaked regarding the weathersealed X-mount camera which will be unveiled on January 28.
The rumor mill is tirelessly working on revealing all bits of information concerning the mirrorless camera planned to be announced by Fujifilm at the end of this month.
A teaser has been posted recently on the company’s website, but inside sources have been leaking details about the so-called X-T1 for a very long time.
After the teaser hit the web, its popularity has expanded and everybody is now curious to find out everything about the shooter before it is officially introduced.
Real-life photos, price details, and multiple specs have all been leaked in a matter of days, but there is room for more, as always. This time, sources familiar with the matter have unleashed three Fujifilm X-T1 press photos, which can be used as a confirmation for what we have seen on the web so far.
Fujifilm X-T1 press photos leaked on the web for the first time
The front, the top, and the back of the new X-T1 mirrorless camera are shown in these new pictures. They are a lot clearer than the previous leaks and they are definitely the real deal with no apparent signs of forging.
It looks like the first kit lens for the weathersealed MILC is the Fujinon XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS. Several prices have been rumored, but it seems like the most likely amount that you will have to pay for this kit is $1,700.
The price is rather big, but the Fujifilm X-T1 has been designed to be a professional camera with dials for exposure ISO, shutter speed, and exposure compensation carefully placed on its top.
A WiFi logo sits alongside a Fn (Function) button on top of the shooter and the grip is decently-sized, so that the camera maintains a compact form factor.
X-T1’s additional battery grip looks huge, will appeal to professional photographers
If you buy this as a professional, then you will be pleased to see the additional battery grip mounted on the Fuji X-T1. The weatherproof camera allows users to attach an external battery grip, which provides extra power for longer photo shoots.
The price of the grip is unknown, but this information will become official on January 28. Meanwhile, sit back, relax, and enjoy all the photos and rumors of the upcoming X-series weathersealed shooter.