The Fujifilm X-T1 combines some of the most intriguing features of today's most talked about cameras. The X-T1 has five mechanical dials for adjusting shutter speed, aperture, ISO and other features, similar to the controls on the Nikon Df. The X-T1 is weather sealed, like Pentax's popular DSLRs. And the X-T1 has Fujifilm's signature X-Trans sensor for exceptional detail and high speed processor for fast autofocus. This digital camera is also equipped with an electronic viewfinder that has four different viewing modes, including focus highlight peaking. And built with a magnesium alloy body along with weather-sealing, the X-T1 should be pretty solid. The 18-55mm kit lens has a 2.8 maximum aperture, which is excellent for a kit. Actually, on paper, the X-T1 looks like Fujifilm's best mirrorless yet, and with Fujifilm's reputation, that's really saying something. Beware though, that you're paying a premium for the small size with big features at nearly $1,700 for the kit and $1,300 for the body only.