When mirrorless cameras first hit the scene, the vast majority were geared toward novices. Over time, however, that began to change. One of the first models that targeted enthusiasts was Fujifilm’s X-Pro1, a camera that declared—right there in the name—that it was aiming a little higher than entry level.
Flash forward to 2015 and every mirrorless system has a high-end body. Fujifilm's own X-T1 debuted in January of last year, taking over the reins from the X-Pro1.
|Maximum Field Coverage||APS-C|
|Minimum (Wide) Focal Length||16 mm|
|Maximum (Telephoto) Focal Length||55 mm|