Fujifilm X100S

Announced Jan 7, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 35 mm
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Just bought an X100s. On my three other X cameras when use the EVF the focus point is indicated with a white square that turns green when the shutter button is pressed and the camera focuses. The white square is always there. On my X100s there's nothing. I have to press the joystick to see the focus point - and the clutter of the 91 focus points - before I press the shutter/focus button. That can't be right surely:-( Cheers. Andy.
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I want to use my new X-E3 in my studion with my Elinchrome flash units, and have mounted the Elinchrome EL Skyport Speed trigger on my flash shoe.Following the manual, I put my shutterspeed on X180, and select the flash menu. My manual tell me to chose the Commander mode. I have used my X100s in similar way with no problems. But the only options the camera gives me is Manual or Flash off.Additionally, although it works in Manual mode, the lens closes down the aperture to the set f stop so at...
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I am not sure if this is a question exposing my ignorance, or an obvious question.Much discussion in threads about the X-E3 and others, about using a joy stick or touch screen to select the AF point in your frame. I have a X100s, and a X-T1, and in both, point my camera to the item in the frame that I want to be the AF point, half press down the shutter button until my focus indicator turns up green, then reframe and take my picture.I think I have been using same method for years in my Canon...
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Hi, I love shooting with my X100F and am thinking about getting an X-T2 for various types of shooting (portraits, landscape, architecture, etc). Basically anything aside from sports (I'm covered there with my D500). I'd most likely end up with lenses like the 10-24/4 (or 16/1.4), 18-55/2.8-4, 50/2 or 56/1.2, 90/2, and maybe the 55-200 for lightweight travel. I'll ease into the system so would probably start with just the 18-55 and either the 50 or 56. I like cameras with IBIS and understand...
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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...
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Hi all, I just got a Ex+ FujiFilm x100S from KEH. I noticed as I was cleaning the lens that it wobbles a bit and feels loose. Is this normal? I haven't really used any of these mirrorless digital cameras and wanted to check them out. Many thanks, G
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Hello, I'm looking to purchase a lens with a zoom for a Fujifilm x100s as a gift. As the username states, I have very little knowledge of cameras. I've found a couple lenses through google searches that seem to be compatible; a TCL-X100 and a WCL-x100. I gather that the "T" stands for telephoto and the "W" for wide (this doesn't appear to zoom). I've run the search on the forums, but didn't see a thread on a quick glance that addressed this combination. So my question is, is the TCL the only...
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Please see thread here when I was considering the X100S. I'd like to know if the same applies to the X100T. https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4190319#forum-post-59991749 Basically can I use my software to process the RAW / RAF as long as I can download a convertor of some sort? Or as I now have ACR version 9.12 would I not need a RAF to DNG converter? I tried an X100T today and am convinced it is faster and has some better functional upgrades etc and is worth the extra price. I currently...
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My Nikon D5300 and Sigma 17-50mm F2.8 EX DC OS HSM are not weather sealed but can get a bit wet and give them a quick wipe down and after a few years are still working fine. Anyone have any experience with the X100 series and rain?
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