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Fuji XT1 and Fuji 56mm lens

I have been lucky enough to be invited to test and play with the new Fuji XT1 body with the 56mm lens attached to it. The layout of the camera is slightly different to other X bodies with the controls being mainly on the top section of the body which is very handy and convenient. This makes the camera a lot faster to use because you are not constantly fiddling with the menus. The 56mm lens is fast and sharp, in fact very sharp. I have been doing 300% blow ups from portraits and the focal point nails it with sharpness.
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date "11-Apr-2014 19:23:18"
calentrystartdate "11-Apr-2014 19:23:18"
calentryenddate "11-Apr-2014 19:23:18"

Fuji XT1 and Fuji 56mm lens

I have been lucky enough to be invited to test and play with the new Fuji XT1 body with the 56mm lens attached to it. The layout of the camera is slightly different to other X bodies with the controls being mainly on the top section of the body which is very handy and convenient. This makes the camera a lot faster to use because you are not constantly fiddling with the menus. The 56mm lens is fast and sharp, in fact very sharp. I have been doing 300% blow ups from portraits and the focal point nails it with sharpness.
bird