11 Aug On Vacation with the X100F
Source: Fujifilm Insider
FOR THE LAST 4 MONTHS IT’S BEEN MY DAILY CARRY/VACATION CAMERA.
First of all I’ve had an interest in the X100 series cameras since the first was released in 2011. Furthermore I’ve heard great things from other pros who use an X100 as their daily camera. X100 series cameras are compact fixed-lens digital cameras that look like vintage rangefinders. Most noteworthy are the handsome aesthetic and solid build. Carrying one will result in complements and questions from strangers. A small fixed 23mm f/2.0 lens (like a 35mm lens on a Film camera) barely protrudes from the front of the camera body. The camera is compact because of this fixed focal-length lens. As a result you’ll have to get closer for that close up rather than zoom. The X100F has the same 24mp sensor and processor as Fuji’s big gun X-T2. It focuses VERY fast and the mechanical leaf shutter has a satisfying high-pitched “TICK”…
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