X-T1 1080p 24fps ISO400 https://flic.kr/p/qKiGpd After filming a few personal projects on the X-T1 before Firmware 3, I came to the conclusion that the camera could be "coaxed" into providing reasonably acceptable footage for personal use and web use when maximum image quality isn't a concern. My main gripes were the complete lack of manual controls beyond aperture selection. Now that the updated X-T1 firmware has been out for over a month, I decided it was time to circle back and revisit it's usefulness as a video camera. I'm happy to report that with manually adjustable ISO and shutter speed, the X-T1 is a MUCH MUCH better camera for such applications. The image quality is still a far cry from class leading, but again, is perfectly acceptable for personal use and lightweight projects. My biggest problem is that the camera itself has a 2.5mm input jack for audio instead of a 3.5mm, and that the lowest selectable ISO for video is 400... forcing the use of smaller apertures or ND filters in bright scenes. I'll be looking to update with a 60fps slow-mo test soon.