Fujifilm FinePix X100

Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 35 mm
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...and should never have sold the first one. Yes I know it has its issues, but most of them have been dealt with after the most recent firmware update.  What I now have is a camera that churns out wonderful files like it always did, but now benefits from acceptably fast AF and a much better manual focus implementation (really liking focus peaking). The size and handling are perfect (well, they are once you pimp it up a little - the Lensmate thumb rest really improves things, and a soft ...

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DizzyReed
 
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I got this fella a few days ago. I first got it with FW 1.30, did not notice any problems, but after reading about FW 2.00 update, I logically did it ASAP. No problems here as well. Pure joy. Still getting used to it, as it is a bit different than the cameras I am using for my regular work. But it is a pure joy. Sometimes I feel like I am shooting an analog camera except it shows the photo right away. Maybe how things are set, to go to the menus for any bigger changes (you can use Fn buttons ...

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Carrannante
 
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Although some cons are undeniable, this camera brings the user back to real photography: pre-visualize, imagine, apply settings, wait for the right moment, shoot...this camera is simply perfect for the reportage and street photography, but it can be very good for landscapes and some portrait photography. Image quality is simply amazing, not only in raw format but also in jpeg. Shrarpness in all the image area is at top level. And everytime people stop you on the street looking at the camera ...

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Shomari
 
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This is a great Camera right out the box for a patient photographer. Produces sharp dimensional photos. Makes you to get out and take pictures. It's fun to use. Problems: Some buttons too small for fat fingers

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OlegR
 
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7000 shots in less than a year by an amateur what more is there to be said ?

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Un poco lenta al empezar y el foco manual tiene una utilidad relativa, va por pasos y no es muy preciso. La calidad de la imagen es muy buena proporcionada al tamaño de sensor que utiliza. El diseño me parece muy agradable. No es la cámara de mi vida pero es una buena cámara. Problems: Lenta y el enfoque muy crítico.

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Jens Evensen
 
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First - I find the viewfinder is much better than the evf on nex 7 (which I bought last week mainly to use with my old Zuiko OM lenses). It is almost on par with my Sony A850. Come on! the autofocus is not that bad. This is a great camera. AND - the quality of the pictures... WOW! I have the Panasonic GF3 and it might be a little more snappy in focusing in low light, but the x100 is more easy setting up for zone focusing - it has a metering scale. So I was puzzled about all the negative ...

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Wintergreen
 
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Don't listen to the bad reviews on the menu and the slow AF and other stuff... I got It today and I was out all day with It in Paris and I'm in love with this camera. No other word for it, I'm just there shooting everything with It, this is just dumb. On the slow startup and recording time, this is true, It doesn't love shitty card, with an old card It took for ever to record a raw. With a sandisk extreme 8gb, no problem at all. And It simply cannot focus on the OVF on short distance. Just ...

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The best one for my pocket... A good friend for my D700!

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boid
 
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After several long months of browsing forums and looking for the perfect travel/daily camera, I finally went and bought the X100. I'm a strictly hobbyist photographer, mostly interested in shooting people, streets and buildings. Let's talk about the bad stuff first - Be warned! The X100 is a different photographic beast since you can't zoom to compose images. You can't afford to be lazy with this camera. Composing images that with other cameras was just a flick of a button or a twist of the ...

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