Fujifilm FinePix X100

Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 35 mm
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I'm debating whether to get the Fuji X70 or the Ricoh GR II.   Really like the X100 style controls on the X70, but have also been a longstanding fan of Ricoh back through 35mm film days.Real world, low light performance for shooting indoors unobtrusively without flash could be the tie breaker -- any opinions on which would be best?Also curious as to whether any X70 folks are experiencing the "turn camera off..." warning -- saw one (just one) review on Amazon indicating that error?
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A little background about my question: Several times over the past few years, I have tried using two different camera systems at the same time. After a while I would get annoyed at using two different systems; especially when traveling. You are dealing with two sets of batteries and chargers, maybe two sets of cables, two different menu systems, and in most cases, two different sets of lenses. For a while, I had an X100T with both conversion lenses to use along with my X-E2 kit...
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I converted to to Fuji after buying a X100. The hybrid VF felt like the best thing I have ever worked with. I got a X-Pro-1 and waited for the X-Pro2, which now I own. Lately, there have been several comments in this website stating that the X-Pros cameras are to be used with primes while the X-Ts are better with zooms. I have been using the 18-55mm with no issues mounted in my cameras, even using the OVF the camera performs very well. I have also used the 55-200mm with no issues...
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I recently acquired a very lightly used Fuji X-E1.  My trusty old X100 did a fine job of being the gateway drug into the Fuji X system :-) The first lens I bought for it was the 35mm F2 WR prime, then the 18-55 f2.8-4 kit lens.  Both from Glazer's in Seattle; the 35mm brand new, the 18-55 used but I don't think it was used a lot.  Anyway, I quickly noticed that the AF acquisition speed on the 35mm f2 lens is slow-like, really slow and like almost unusable in low light situations that would...
By: gaston la touche (1 month ago)
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I have a fuji X100, is a x100T a dramatic upgrade?My x100 compares very well to my Canon 6d,will the X100T overtake the 6D?
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After a long time I took out my X100 again and played around with it.As I developed the RAW files I stumbled about some kind of curiosity: Sensor size is : 23,6mm x 15,8mm Crop factor :horizontal 36mm / 23,6mm = factor 1,525423728813559vertical 24mm / 15,8mm = factor 1,518987341772152 So the crop factor should be ~1,52 Fujifilm say lens FL (equivalent to 35mm) = 23mm So the real lens FL must be: 23mm / 1,52 = 15,1mm EXIF data give a FL = 19mm so equivalent FL should be 19mm x 1,52 = 28,88mm...
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Dear fellow photographers, I have a question about the TCL x100 Fuji Tele Conversion lens 33mm. I have been using this fine lens and recently noticed that the file output is significant less then using the fixed lens: 33mm: 4649 x 3099 px instead of the fixed lens: 4896 x 3264 px. Are there other users in this forum who can confirm this? I tried to find info at Fuji but was not successfull.Thanks, Mebius
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Hi, for many years I used DSLR's (strictly amateur use but size and weight vs declining mobility prompted a switch and I grabbed a used X100 I was happy with the portability, controls and images but after a while being stuck to one focal length and a subsequent stuck aperture problem resulted in my photo interest waining. Despite mobility still being a drag, I have more recently felt the urge to get back into my photography. I have no equipment and so am not tied to any particular format or...
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hi forum 2012 I had a nice X100, and I was always and still be a fan of teh x series. So I bought a X-E2 for playing around last week. and what can I say. I is the first camera in 20 years of daily photography, that I have killed a camera. I had it in my pocket when I was hiking and it was raining. not too much, but a rain level I would use the not seal sigma art without any doubts for example. I took a few shots but most of the time the camera stayed in my jacket pocket.  Next day the camera...
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Hi everyone, I am new to this board and new Canon user. Since we are expecting our first baby, I have decided I want to get something faster focusing than my trusty and beloved Fuji X100. After a lot of research I ended up buying new Canon 6D with Canon lenses (24-105mm f4L, 50mm f1.4 and 85 f1.8). Everything went fine and smooth for the first couple weeks. However, after around a month I noticed something strange is going on with new pictures taken using the 50mm f1.4 lens. Most of them were...
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