Fujifilm has finally debuted its upcoming X-T1 mirrorless camera, cementing their reputation are a serious innovator in camera technology and design. The successor to Fujifilm’s X-E2, the X-T1 boasts a weather-sealed, die-cast magnesium body and houses an APS-C 16.3 megapixel sensor. In lieu of traditional digital viewfinders, the X-T1 comes with an OLED viewfinder with a lag of just .005 for a more lifelike experience. Designed to appeal to photographer who find themselves in the outdoors often, the camera is designed to keep out water and dirt and can operate at temperatures as low as -10°C. Sturdy design aside, the camera includes built-in WiFi and smartphone connectivity for remote controlling. The X-T1 will be launching mid-February with a starting price of $1,299 USD.