Fujifilm FinePix X100

Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 35 mm
TillmanB
 

I recently bought into the Fuji system with an X-T10 and X-E2, and having found that I really liked the results from those cameras I initially thought I'd buy an X100T, then I thought, no no no, I'll go with an X100S since it's a couple hundred dollars less, but I wasn't sure I'd really use it and after reading a TON of reviews I decided there wasn't all that much difference between the X100 and the X100S.  After hemming and hawing for a couple weeks over which version I'd go for, or if I ...

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Andrei L
 

Before owning it, I always wondered what exactly it was that started all this Fuji X madness. Two short months after getting it, I had thousands over thousands of pictures snapped with it. I couldn't stop using it and its form factor guarantees I can always have it on me. Okay, I don't go swimming or skydiving, but you get the idea. Its feeling tops X-T1 or X-Pro1, in my opinion, having played with all for long enough to have the right idea. It oozes quality and is very tight, robust, you ...

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Maoby
 

I made two comparisons with the Fujifilm FinePix X Series X100 The first with the new Nikon D500 https://www.flickr.com/photos/maoby/albums/72157675280371210 The second with the Lumix GX7 https://www.flickr.com/photos/maoby/albums/72157674985584970

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Limburger
 

Bought my SN24 about two years ago when FW 2.x.x was released. It is a bit funky (slow but not terribly slow AF) and I have knocked the focus switch to MF once...on top of tour Montparnasse...but figured I did, so could reshoot the vista :) The menues aren't bad once used to (you have to get to) but they have become better with the Q button on X100S/T. Costumization is also ok, the RAW button is now filter and Fn is ISO, which doesn't mean much since I usually shoot RAW + jpeg and auto ISO, ...

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Dwiptrlatief

its a great vintage look camera,make a nice photo,and the model last longer than another mirrorless because this camera is a vintage camera

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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
 

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
 

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
 

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
 

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

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