25 Feb Fuji X100F – Steve Walton UK Landscape & Travel Photographer

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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 in output quality and has been the major driver behind my total conversion to the Fuji XT-2 and a tranche of fast prime lenses for all my wedding and portrait work.  I’ve waited for the X100F with a lot of anticipation and I have had the opportunity to spend an hour with it on the streets of Leeds ahead of the shipping date.

The X100T would be a tough act to follow and it’s successor would have to be very good indeed to tempt existing X100 users to upgrade.  Fujifilm considers it’s products rather more diligently than many camera manufacturers,  they listen to their customers and it’s now a  given that Fuji’s upgrade cameras are invariably worthwhile progressions.

When Fuji recently announced that they would be running a number of X100F pre-release “Touch and Try”  days around the UK, I checked the diary and decided to apply to attend one of these sessions at Dale Photographic in Leeds…

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