Fujifilm FinePix X100
Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | 35 mm
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I have updated my X100 and Xpro1 several times, but when i tried to download the new firmware for the x100T (1.10), i got a warning that my attempt had failed and to turn off my camera (which i did immediately). I am trying to figure what I have done wrong, and wondering if i am alone, or if this has occurred to others. Thanks in advance or your help and advicel Jack
hi all, new to this forum but I'm wondering if anyone who's had the SAB issue fixed can give me an idea of the cost?. I've seen a X100 for sale here in New Zealand in apparently good condition apart from the sticky aperture issue, for around NZ$300 (around 150 GBP). Many thanks, John
Hi, I’m looking to exchange or supplement my X100t with a X-E2 or X-T1 and the 10-24mm. As I’m a little hesitant due to the costs of the new kit, I’m wondering what I’d lose if selling the X100t and use for example the X-T1 with the UWA as my walk around combo? I know there’s two stops of light between them, a weight penalty, the X-T1 is louder and there’s the flash sync issue. Those issues I’m confident, I can live with or work around them. BUT how does the UWA at 24mm compare IQ-wise with...
It appears that the original X100 macro focus range is affected by whether the rear LCD screen or EVF is off or on. It seems to me that this should never affect the camera focus range, but it does. A camera focus should be completely unaffected by it.The spec says, "Min focus ~0.7m from front of lens (OVF); ~0.45m (EVF)"Can someone explain the technical reasons why? Or point me to a previous discussion about it?
Hi, I'm still very new to photography, and I have a gear question regarding the Fuji X100. I'm travelling to Europe next year and am looking for a smaller travel camera. I saw a used Fuji X100 on Kijiji going for around $300, and I'm wondering if the original X100 still holds up 4 years later compared to current mid range (Sony A6000 or Fuji XE2) or lower end (Fuji XA1) mirrorless offerings. Also, is $300 for the Fuji a good deal in your opinion? Thanks
I have an X100 which I bought in 2012. It usually takes well-exposed photos but I am puzzled by the actual meter settings it returns: for example, the "sunny f16" rule doesn't seem to hold at all true. This photo was shot slightly against the sun: based on the traditional 1/125s at f16 or f22 using ISO 100, I would've expected the combination of ISO 200 and f8 to give me a shutter speed of 1/1000s. However, the camera needed 1/4000s to expose this image correctly. Taking an almost...
Imaging Resource has a Comparometer where one can compare two cameras side by side at the same ISO. I want to compare the RX10 vs RX100M3. Since the RX100M3 has a faster lens wide open, isn’t it more accurate to compare the two at 1 or 2 stops different? For example, in a low light situation 12800 ISO for the RX10 would require only 6400 ISO for the RX100M3? I've also noticed at dpReview that their studio comparison compares ISO images side by side. Comparing a camera with stabilization...
Hello all. I have used the Fuji X100 extensively since 2011 and it's the best camera I have ever owned. With all the firmware upgrades, it's a much improved camera then when new but still not without it's quirks. I LOVE the jpegs and I am primarily a JPEG shooter. I recently purchased an X100T as I thought it was time for an upgrade and sure enough the handling of the camera is SO much better. However, I have a question about the JPEGS. I am seeing what I deem to be an artificial overly...