19 Jan The 10 Main Differences Between the Fujifilm X100T and X100F
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Fujifilm’s X100 series of premium compacts represent the perfect balance between state-of-the-art technology and classic design. So popular have they become for street and documentary photography that three additional iterations have hit the market since the original X100 was released in 2010. The latest two are the X100T, which was released in 2014, and the recently announced X100F. We have owned both the X100S (second generation) and the X100T, not just for review purposes, but also because it is our favourite series of premium compact cameras.
Building on the success of the original X100 and X100S, both the X100T and X100F incorporate an APS-C sized sensor, a fixed 23mm f/2 lens, an advanced built-in hybrid viewfinder (electronic and optical) and a smattering of physical controls that hark back to film cameras of old.
In this comparison preview, our aim is to discover to what extent the new X100F differs from its predecessor, and in the process help you figure out which model best suits your needs. As always, we will update this preview if we get the chance to test the two models side-by-side!
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