Fuji and Leica: M lenses on Fuji's latest X-T1
Why use manual lenses on today's hi-tech mirrorless cameras? Traditional rangefinders offer perhaps the best means of manual focus. But Fuji, in particular, is attempting to simulate this experience. As a result, manual lenses has never been easier to use on a non-Leica digital camera.
Fuji's flagship X-T1 brings impressive support for manual lenses, in particular for Leica primes. We have looked at the new split-image rangefinder simulation and the other improvements that now make the X-T1 the best choice for legacy glass. Find out our verdict on Fuji's manual-focus capabilities and our view on whether or not the Fuji M adapter is all it is cracked up to be.