Fujifilm has just introduced their latest X-Series mirrorless camera, the X-T1, which now serves as the company's flagship mirrorless handheld. Featuring a robust housing, a SLR-like design with a centered view finder, and a 16-megapixel APS-C image sensor, Fujifilm has definitely sealed its position as the Apple of photography; bringing innovation, functionality, and style into one slick package. Also packaged with the company's unique X-Trans color filter array, built-in Wi-Fi, and a rear hinged LCD, the camera promises improved image quality at higher sensativies and gives images a more natural, film-like look thanks to its 6-by-6 color filter array. Inside, you'll also be supported by a built-in phase detect autofocus that can lock on in .08 seconds and shoot at up to 8fps with tracking enabled. Up top, there are three dials, ISO, shutter sped, and exposure compensation, while the housing itself is dust and water-resistant. The Fujifilm X-T1 Mirrorless Digital Camera is expected to be delivered in mid-February and will retail for $1,299 for just the body and $1,699 with the XF 18-55mm zoom kit lens.