Fuji X-100T

Fujifilm’s X100 series of cameras have built a very loyal following including some high-profile photographers. So what’s new in the third generation of this retro-styled fixed prime-lens mirrorless camera?

The X100T sports improved controls, a better EVF (combined with a rangefinder), greater control over manual exposure and WiFi, which also supports Fuji’s Instax printer. Fujifilm’s long history in the film business brings terrific film-stock emulations including a Kodachrome-like “Classic Chrome”. The APS-C sensor’s image quality continues to be among the best in this category. Combined with the fixed 23mm lens (35mm full-frame equivalent) it’s perfect for street photography and general use.

  • Great! X100T review. I think you forgot to mention two lens accessories that greatly enhance the X100T capabilities. The
    Tele Conversion Lens TCL-X100 and Wide Conversion Lens WCL-X100

  • Hey Doug, I’ve been shooting in manual with auto ISO lately too, just to mix things up. It’s the perfect camera for that. I miss the ISO dial from the X-T1, I adjust the ISO manually with that one but I usually shoot in aperture priority or shutter priority instead. I think it’s good practice because you get the same results adjusting different parameters anyway. Btw. I’m still shooting with the x100s 🙂

  • Nice shows. Enjoy the format of the shows. Keep them coming. How about a comparison review of the Ricoh GR?

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