X100V or Xpro3 for Strret Photography

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nostatic Regular Member • Posts: 399
Re: The X100 series are great for travel Re: X100V or Xpro3 for Strret Photography

Zaax wrote:

CDJM wrote:

If you are happy with 23mm only - then X100V

If you want focal length options - particularly the small, light, modern 16, 23, 35, and 50mm lenses - Xpro3

Given that so much of these two cameras is the same - it’s mainly:

x100F: most compact/ND/Leaf shutter/cost


interchangeable lens capability

with all else being equal... If you feel strongly about the Xpro3 screen design you can throw that in also.

I would not recommend the x100 plus converter path...

I had the original X100 and also owned both converter lenses. Both lenses make the camera front heavy. The TCL-X100 is HUGE and very heavy. After a while I sold both lenses as did not use them very much. Sold the X100 and a bunch of other stuff last year and bought a X100F. I have no plans to ever get converters again.

Last year I took just my X100F and a small tripod on a 2 week vacation. It was great not to have to think about gear at all and just shoot.

Here are some shots from my trip.

I love #1 and #3. Beautiful work.

I'm warming to the X100V - purity of essence (that can also shoot 4K video).

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