Fujifilm X-T1 shows a design from the classic SLR, but a mirrorless SLR professional. Strengths: electronic viewfinder with a delay of only 5 milliseconds and a camera body that can withstand weathering.
At first sight, not even the slightest doubt arises. The Fujifilm X-T1 is just a reflex. Instead, it is a camera with interchangeable lens SLR yes, and a classic APS-C sensor (23.6 × 15.6 mm) with 16 Megapixels, only missing the mirror. Fujifilm X-T1 is a mirrorless that one of its strengths has a very large electronic viewfinder, all new, with a response time which is at a minimum delay of 5 milliseconds, which leaves almost, almost, the impression an optical viewfinder.
The magnification factor is 0.77 X and, combined with a wide-angle perspective. It keeps the room the possibility of different views. Eyepiece can view images in virtually all screen (except for two horizontal bands, FULL mode), you can choose a normal view that involves the insertion of the frame in a frame; Dual mode is instead simplified the manual focus with double vision and in one of the two views is emphasized in the area of focus, the viewfinder mode Vertical finally directs the information depending on the orientation (vertical or horizontal) camera.
These specifications are not possible with the systems to mirror. Otherwise, you can frame using the rear display, covered by a crystal. It is a LCD 3.0″ 3:2 aspect ratio, 1,040,000 pixels, LCD and overhead but with fixed orientation, color (approximately 100% of coverage). Given that we work with a mirrorless in this case it has the direct perception of the settings both as regards the closure of the diaphragm both as regards the focus.