Fujifilm FinePix X100

Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 35 mm
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I am planning to get a polarizing filter and a 6 stop ND filter (slim versions) for the X100T/F, preferably with 49mm threading to avoid having to use a step-up ring. Does anyone have experience with stacking 49mm filters on the X100 series in regards to vignetting?
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Just recently got an X-T1 and a 35 F2 WR, and I'm a bit disappointed in the sharpness of the lens and the contrast wide open. Some reviews said it was a bit soft wide open, yet others said it was very sharp. Images online did too seem pretty sharp at F2. Having used the XF35 1.4 extensively before I knew what to expect, and this is supposedly even sharper, so I'm confused. Looking through those old images the sharpness seems better even at F1.4. I took this today: XF35 F2 WR, 1/100, ISO 250,...
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I'm interested in getting an X100F, but since no one has it yet, and/or those that do can't fully review it yet, I figured it couldn't hurt to ask owners of the current/previous model this question. How fast and reliable is the shutter response on the X100T? Specifically, let's say you're focused on a subject's face and looking through the OVF (so there's no EVF delay), and you wait for just the right expression then *snap* you press the shutter. Does the shutter react instantly enough to...
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Hi all! I would like to buy a plastic adapter (and hood) for Fuji X100. Do you happen to know where I could find one? Thank you Neven
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I'm interested in the X100F. I know these cameras are not stabilized at all, so I'm wondering how slow you can realistically go handholding at slow shutter speeds?  What is the slowest shutter speed you can reliably get sharp images? I'm used to Oly's IBIS, so wondering how big the difference will be in that respect.
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hi everyone, i bought the original x100 year years ago upon its release but felt that the autofocus was pretty horrible. i enjoyed the image quality very much but the autofocus was terrible, and i found trying to manual focus with it just as bad.  i said i would never buy a fuji again but with my Df on its way out after years of hard work i thought i might give fuji another go as my everyday carry camera (bit of street, family, dogs, general use)  so my real question is how much better is the...
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Hi all, I will be travelling to North Korea next month and have in my hands a FujiFilm x100 to take with me. However, I'm a relatively inexperienced photographer and am searching for some tips as I wouldn't want this unforgettable trip to be full of bad photos. I was wondering whether someone could provide me with the optimal "set settings" that I could keep my camera on constantly without having to change it (maybe except for between night and day). What are the safest preferred settings for...
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Hello All, I think my computer has finally run out of steam for using Lightroom. I currently have an iMac circa 2006. It is running Mac OS X 10.6.8 and Lightroom 4. Those are both the most recent versions it can run. Spec-wise, it has a 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo, 3 GBs of RAM and a 256 MB dedicated video card. It also has a 500 GB hard drive, of which 157 GB are available.  Lastly, I have an 11" MacBook Air that is primarily for web browsing.  It is a 2010 model. I use the iMac primarily for...
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I'm an enthusiast and mostly take photos of friends and family (mostly my 1 year old daughter now). I've been an X100 user for the last three generations of this camera and have gotten some incredible shots. But I've never been able to shake the idea that I might be missing out on a more dynamic range of focal points. I've been struggling as to whether or not I should just sell or trade my X100T in favor of an X-T1 kit. As I understand, both used would come out to about the same price. I love...
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Hello fellow dpr'ers, Photography is a hobby for me, but the more I improve my skills, the more I am drawn to it. After shooting almost exclusively with 50 mm FOV for a year I got very familiar and quite "safe" with this angle of view. But lately I started to "widen" my horizons and now I realized that I don't know how to see in wide angle terms. I don't want to start a discussion about wide angle vs standart fov here. I know that choosing a prime angle is very personal. I would appreciate...
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