The legendary X100 series

The X100 series cameras don't in any form try to compete with any DSLR. A typical Nikon or Canon can outperform the rangefinder type mirrorless X100 in such things such as AF speed, battery performance and overall reaction times. And yet, the X100 series cameras...

The X100 Series camera and its versatility

A short video showing how versatile an Fujifilm X100 Series camera can be. The cameras used are the Fujifilm X100, X100S, X100T and the X100F   Fujifilm X100F 24.3 MP APS-C Digital Camera - Silver Fujifilm X100F 24.3 MP APS-C Digital Camera - Black...

the-f-stands-for-the-fujifilm-x100f

… oh well, what does it stand for now? I think the official explanation is well known: It’s simply the fourth version of the Fujifilm X100. Somewhat boring though… as the F in the name also could stand for fast, or fantastic, or fine thought out, or… simply for fundamental update. But...

Fuji X100F – Steve Walton UK Landscape & Travel Photographer

The two years that have passed since I bought the Fujifilm X100T have seen me elevate this diminutive rangefinder-esque powerhouse from intended personal use only to frequent professional use. It really is that good, it has surpassed my expectations both in handling and...

Monochrome Fujifilm X-Pro1 M and X100S M Available – Converted by Maxmax

If you always dreamed of a monochrome Fujifilm, then this might interest you. The company Maxmax is converting th X-Pro1 and X100S to Monochrome cameras. X-Pro1 M = $2,425 X100S M = $2,600 Expensive? Well, at least it’s considerably cheaper than the Leica M Monochrome ;) You can download sample images and...