05 Dec 406 Days With the Fuji X100F
Source: Ian Macdonald Photography
406 days ago my friends at Fujifilm asked me if I would like to be one of 50 Official Fuji X Photographers to beta test the new (at the time) Fuji X100F.
390 days ago the camera arrived.
12,942 frames later, I am still shooting 90% of my work with the X100F. I simply love this camera.
Over the past few years I have worked with pre-production models of many Fuji products but, as a long time X100 series user, this was the camera that I was really looking forward to. I, like many others, have tried to put into words what it is about this camera that inspires me so much; but to be honest, I still can’t. The X100 series, and especially the X100F, really is the embodiment of the phrase “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts”. I am very fortunate to also own an X-T2 and an X-Pro2, both incredibly capable cameras, but it is the X100F that I always reach for first unless I have a specific need for one of the other cameras.
Two years ago I wrote an article entitled, “What’s next for the Fuji X100T?”, in which I shared my wish list for the successor to that camera. Earlier this year Fuji not only delivered, but surpassed everything that I had hoped for (other than weather sealing). As I sit here, contemplating what I would love to see in the successor to the Fuji X100F, the truth is…
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