Like clockwork, the Fujifilm X-T1 has been leaked ahead of its January 28th reveal. Fujifilm Rumors got ahold of some images showing off more of the shooter just teased yesterday. In the pictures we get a better look at the dials, which are numerous but not as many as the Nikon Df, and the larger 2.36 million-dot OLED EVF with 0.77x magnification. And finally there is something that many users have been waiting for: an ISO dial. Interestingly as well, there seems to be a 1/180 flash sync, unless it’s actually 1/200th and you’ll need to find tune the shutter speed otherwise.
Along with the new images the leak outed the camera will have a magnesium body, maximum ISO of 51,200, dual SD card slots, and built-in Wi-Fi. In a couple of world setting records Fujifilm Rumors claims the X-T1 has the fastest shutter lag at 0.005s and the quickest 0.08s AF speed. The X-T1 is also slated to come with either a 18-55 or 18-135mm lens according to early reports, we’ll see the real camera in just a week, so keep your eyes tuned to The Phoblographer until then.
Check out more leaked images after the break.
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