Fujifilm FinePix X100
Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | 35 mm
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Hey In 2013, I have been using the first generation of Fuji X100 but after couple of months I sold it, mainly due to the very slow and inaccurate autofocus. Now, I want to step into the same river again. I am thinking about two options: 1. Fujifilm X100F (gen. 2017)2. Fujifilm X-PRO2 + 23mm f/1.4 Does anyone have experience using these two cameras (+ lens) to compare them?Does any of these two sets have a significantly faster and accurate autofocus or are they more or less same (slow)? Thanks...
I'm tempted to buy an RX100 of some sort (likely vIII) to have a daily carry camera. I already have an x100 and an X-T1. The thing is that I don't like the RX100 colors in the images that I see posted in various reviews and forum discussions. I realize that these are SOOC Jpg images and that with RAW I can create my own colors. And yet, there is still the signature of Zeiss optics. To my eyes Zeiss generally deliver colder, "harder" colors than Fuji. Has anybody used RAW files from an RX100...
Hi all, after being without a serious camera for a while and shooting with a Panasonic TZ-5 on our last vacation, I want to get back into the game. Having decided the mFT is not what I want, I was looking into mirrorless APS-C. I had a Fuji X10 (wish I did not sell it back then) and a Fuji X100 (twice...), but I think I need something more flexible. Otherwise I like Fuji's quite a lot, although the price seemed to have increased a bit lately (looking at the used market). With my budget, the...
I currently use a 24MP Nikon d5300 and a 16MP FujiFilm X100 T. I have been happy viewing and editing my photos on my HP Pavilion G6 15.6 inch laptop monitor for the past 4 years. The monitor / screen is I think an LED screen. The highest resolution is 1366 X 768. They look good and print nicely. Recently I viewed and edited some on a friend's 42 inch OLED and the detail was so much more clear and 3-d like. So while they look fine on my laptop, obviously it cannot render all of the detail from...
HI there, I will try explain myself and appolegize for my bad english as it is not my main language. I have had a Fuji x100 which i fell in love with,i got arround all its quirks as focusing with the AF botton, adjusting propperly the DR, i know there is a lot off stuff to fiddle with, to get the results i wanted, ones done the camara is just a joy. I was a proffesional photographer untill they stoled all my equipment, i was shooting on 2 D800s and a D700 as a backup, and the whole range...
Hi Guys, I am going backpacking through South East Asia for a couple of months this coming summer. I am really keen to come away with some great photos, but have very little photography knowledge, apart from messing around with a few of my friends' film cameras. This aside, I am very keen to learn! One friend is bringing a film camera on the trip, but I wanted to get a camera that could be used more liberally. I figured it would be best to go for a good quality second hand digital camera....
I own an X100 which I just dropped into a fast flowing creek while backpacking over the weekend. Upon initial inspection, the optical viewfinder and LENS were filled with water. Yes, filled. I then proceeded to shake it out over the next hour; and have subsequently had it warmed in my oven buried in rice for several hours spread out over several days. Now, while the visible water is gone, camera turns and such but the aperture blades are stuck in place, closed no matter what I do. My question...
Hi guys. I have owned the X100, the X-T1 and the X-E2s.. never tried X-T2 or X-PRO2. But my experience with the ones I've had, I've felt theres is quite a bit of shutter lag. They haven't had that "snappy" feel as I hear people have with the X-PRO2. Does any of you know how the new X-E3 is in that regard? Does it feel as snappy/fast as the X-PRO2 since its the same processor, and a newer focusing module? This is the only thing that keeps me on the fence on buying the X-E3. thanks in...
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