26 Mar Fujifilm X100F – Star of the Street
Source: Fujifilm Insider
I had the great fortune to beta test the newest iteration of Fujifilm’s X100, the X100F — the little camera that could! This camera occupies an odd niche in that its a fixed lens mirrorless, that is much more than just a point-and-shoot, but not an interchangeable-lens “system,” with a cool, retro “old school” vibe reminiscent of the Leica rangefinders.
Fujifilm’s X100F aims to be just enough camera for most everything in a cool old-style form factor that recalls the Leica rangefinders with all the features of a high-end mirrorless camera!
The new X100F is pretty much the same size as the original, with the same 23mm ƒ2 lens. Most of the changes are under the hood, with the new X-trans 3, a 24-megapixel sensor, with a 4000×6000 pixels capture size, and all the latest film simulations. The most noticeable physical changes can be seen on the back of the camera, seen below with the older X100S on top, X100F on the bottom.
The X100F has a larger LCD screen and organizes the button controls in a more elegant manner. The new “Joystick” just to the upper right corner of the screen is a most welcome addition, giving the photographer easy control over the position of the focus point with the thumb, without needing to take the eye from the viewfinder…..
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