11 Mar Fujifilm X100F Digital Camera Review
Source: Fujifilm Insider
The new Fujifilm X100F (MSRP $1,299) is the 4th edition, and it improves on the original concept in every way. By adding a new 24-megapixel X-trans APS-C sensor into a reinvented, improved body, Fuji continues the proud tradition it established six years ago. It might not looks worlds apart from the previous Fujifilm X100T, the small tweaks (like the addition of a lovely AF point selection joystick) and changes add up. It has the retro look I’ve come to expect from Fujifilm, the tactile controls that beg you to go out shooting every day, and the signature filmic looks I love.
That said, the X100F isn’t an earth-shatteringly big leap over the X100T. Its button placement introduces a couple new snags, and video is still a bonus more than anything. Unless you’re an X100 devotee, you’ll be happy enough sticking with your X100T for a little while longer. You’ll need to be okay with its fixed 35mm f/2 equivalent lens, but optional converters turn that into 28mm or 50mm, so you’re not entirely stuck with a single field of view. Still, it’s not quite the same as buying into a real camera system with zooms and primes to choose from….
Fujifilm X100F Digital Camera Review posted on Fujifilm Insider on .