Fujifilm FinePix X100

Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 35 mm
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So I've ordered the Fuji X-T10 along with the Fujinon 60mm 2.4 (to coincide with the X100s and TCL-X100 that I already own) in order to finally start second shooting for local documentary wedding photographers. Obviously, I would love more lenses but money is VERY tight at the moment and this was the absolute max budget I could afford until after the summer. It worked out at £670 overall ($984), including a cashback offer Fuji currently have on bodies in the UK. I would LOVE a 56mm but they...
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How fast does the new Panasonic GX85 focus?  I have looked into what camera works best for street and after reading and watching lots of YouTube videos came up with that I already own a great street camera, the GX7.  I was tempted by Fuji as they had several great videos out about the X100 series, but then I came upon several more that said it was just to slow at focusing.  For street I want a silent shutter, fast focus, small camera body, good selection of lens.  Both Olympus and Panasonic...
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I have an X100 that I purchased during May of 2011. Yes, Fuji released it before its time, and there were two problems with the camera which continued for close to a year. I thought about getting rid of the X100, but I persevered, and Fuji resolved both critical errors. It has turned out to be an excellent camera, and I would now be interested in acquiring a water-resistant version of the X100. Does anyone have any information or comments regarding the possibility of Fuji releasing a...
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This is the weirdest problem I've had with my Fuji x100 so far. I let the pictures talk. Problem occurs on all white areas with every single photo I take. I already updated the firmware, formatted my SD-card and tried several different cards. Doesn't work. I realised that the problem must be in the camera since it does the same "trick" even when taking photos without a memory card. Does anyone had a same sort of situation? Here:
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Is there any way to increase the size of the exposure meter? The scale is simply way too small for quick looking to make exposure adjustments. I'm used to looking at the X100 exposure meter which is really easy to see. I'm thinking I will have to wait for firmware change as I've looked through the manual and all the menus. Also if it were up to me I'd rather have the bright and large + +O O O- - scale of film cameras.
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I am very happy with my new X70, despite the obvious whims and quirks. One thing I dislike outright, however, is the "new" shutter release button. On the X100 series (including the s and the t) as well as on the XE2 series and the Xpro-1 the release button had a little screw that you could attach a traditional shutter release cord into, a pleasure to use. That's gone now. The shutter release button is equipped with something like a "soft release" button that I do not like. Does anyone have...
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Hey there, are there any articles around, which analyze and explain a little bit in depth why and how different camera manufacturers' color rendition work? Background: I am a happy Olympus shooter at the moment; have mainly used a Canon Rebel T2i / 550D before, and some others (including Fuji X100 Mk. 1). What often strikes me is: The old Canon's color rendition is VERY attractive to me. I figured out so far, that the Canon Auto-WB favours warm / pinkish WB shift in many lighting...
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Hi guys, I am a total novice and don't (yet) know my JPEGs from my RAWs, but am very interested in learning. I am looking to buy a compact camera that I will not want to change for years to come. I love the look of the Olympus Pen-F - shame (in my opinion) that it's an interchangeable lens camera, I would have much preferred it to have a fixed/non-removable lens on it, as I don't want to mess about with having to carry loads of lenses with me, and more to the point, having to think about...
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I've been looking at getting an x100 as a secondary camera for a while now, but I simply won't have the money for one in the foreseeable future. In the meantime, I noticed XPro 1s selling at ~$500 USD body only, which got me curious. Initially, I thought the biggest issue would be the fact that it's an APS-C sensor rather than a full frame sensor. I don't have very many lenses and the ones I do have are only compatible with EOS systems, my primary lens being a Sigma 50mm F/1.4. I like the...
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Hi guys, Wanted to ask a question about the motivations between fixed and interchangeable lens cameras. I've recently played with the Fujifilm FinePix X100 after a few years of borrowing a friend's Canon 5D Mark II (24-105mm kit lens, no prime), and was really impressed by the image quality of the Fuji. Fixed lens cameras seem to really limit shooting capabilities in concept, so do people usually get them just for light-weight, specific-purpose shoots? Would the 5D with a prime lens result in...
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