18 Mar Fujifilm X100F Gets Gold Award at DPReview (83% Overall Score)
Source: Camera Times
Conclusion from DPReview:
The X100F‘s combination of image quality, usability and styling make it the best in the series yet. It’s still a niche camera, but this latest version’s limitations stem primarily from its design, rather than its implementation. A true photographers’ camera.
Excellent image quality in Raw and JPEG Sensational JPEG color Ergonomics that match the classic looks Hybrid viewfinder is delightful Improved speed of focus and operation In-camera Raw conversion and Wi-Fi Bigger battery with percentage display USB charging is convenient
Output of X-Trans sensor not to everyone’s taste AF speed not up to contemporary standards Face detection limited and unreliable Focus/control dial easily knocked (and can’t be disabled) 1080p video seems outdated ISO dial prettier than it is practical
Read the full review at DPReview.
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