Fujifilm FinePix X100
Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | 35 mm
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Does anyone know of an X100 filter ring that does not have the bayonet fitting. Ie just the inner 49 screw thread? I ask because I have just got a very nice black metal Heliopan hood (many sizes available - from Teamwork in the UK) and a minimalist adapter would look look good. Purely a looks thing, but then, that’s the effect the 100 has on you! Thanks --John Sansomt
I have just bought a new X100F and the joystick does not stick out in the centre but to the left The operation is fine, although there is slightly more travel to the right. It also has a small radius of settling, so you can see in one picture where it settles when I have last used it to the left and the other picture when it has been last used to the right I just wondered if this variation is normal or abnormal. I have looked at various review for “back photos” and have observed some...
By: Batdude (4 weeks ago)
Posted to: Fujifilm FinePix Talk
Since Fuji no longer produces the X30 series with the all built in zoom lens and although Fuji continues to produce other "smaller" cameras such as the new XT100 this camera simply does NOT replace no X30. Sometimes I feel like just grabbing a camera with an already built-in lens and I don't feel like taking my XH1 with two lenses, and the XH1 obviously does not fit in any pockets. I honestly have never been a fan of the X100 series simply because of the one single fixed FL lens. I think I...
I have the original X100 and still use it and love it. I can take photos in low light without a flash. Granted I do have to use 1200 ISO and it is only a 12MP camera, but the pics are better than my Apple X cell phone. What would be the improvement in image quality, low light capabilities and speed with the new XT100 or the X-A5? Thanks for all the input. Gar
By: dpcane (3 months ago)
When using the built-in camera flash for fill outdoors when shooting people from within 10 feet, is it generally strong enough or do you have to bring another flash out? The built-in ND filter, along with the leaf shutter to use for fill without lugging another flash seems to make this a great camera for family shots on the go? Also, how much background blur can you achieve out of this camera when shooting people from like 10 feet away? I can never really visualize it from a depth of field...
I have a GX7 and have attached a generic flash (Starfire by Photoflex) and cannot get it to fire. Silent Mode is off and I have the "force flash" icon showing on the display, how ever, it won't fire. I know the flash works, as it has no problem on a Fuji X100. Any other suggestions or ideas? Thanks; Ron (GX7 new to me)
Hi All, I generally do not research or pay too much attention to new cameras if I am not looking. I always said how nice to would be if Fuji did a X100 series with a zoom. Looks like Canon has the G1X mark iii with a APS-C sensor. I understand you can only make the zoom lens and aperture just so or it is not small anymore if that makes sense to you.. SO. I have the X100F, I like the camera no issues, but I am wondering anyone compare the new Canon to Fuji and not necessarily the X100f but...
Hi: Have decided that I'm going to either get the X-T1 kit from B&H for $899 or the X100F from anyone for $1299. I owned an X-T1 a few years back and loved the output, but found the AF to be ponderously sluggish for street shooting. My shooting style has changed to a different pace, however, and I think I can be happy with that known (to me) shortcoming. Before pulling that trigger, however, am also tempted by the newer 24MP sensor of the X100F, and think I could come to terms with the...
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