17 Feb Fuji X100F vs X100T: Should You Upgrade?
Source: Fujifilm Insider
Having arrived two years after the previous X100T model, the Fujifilm X100F predictably sweeps up a whole range of features that have surfaced inside many X-series models released between the two.
Much like previous X100-series members, it can’t be said to be a huge departure from the model it updates, but many X100T owners will still no doubt be wondering whether the newer arrival is worth the upgrade.
For the benefit of those users, and anyone else torn between the two, here is a quick summary of the similarities and differences between the core feature set.
Design and ergonomics
The X100F’s rear plate is decidedly more minimal in design than the X100T’s, with just a handful of physical controls, many of which are easily accessible with the right-hand thumb. This contrasts with the more even distribution around the X100T’s back-plate, which saw buttons lining both sides of the rear display.
As with the X-T2 and X-Pro2, Fujifilm has integrated a joystick-type among these. This is principally used to help to speed up AF point selection, and is a very welcome control on such a camera, although it can also be used for other operative tasks….
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