Fujifilm FinePix X100

Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8 screen | 35 mm
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Only out of curiosity, I'm no pixel peeper and am extremely happy with my new camera. I just like using DXO mark to see how sharp and how well lenses perform mounted to my DSLR, mostly when I'm bored at work lol :) I've used my X100T a lot in the month or so I've had it and know it's no optical slouch (barring the field curvature distortion for large distance landscapes and a bit soft very close at F2.) I would be interested in seeing something like MFT charts or DXO mark type measuring like...
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I am a happy owner of an Instax Share SP-2 printer. I use an A9, which has zero in-camera image processing functions, and it couldn't print directly onto the Instax, unfortunately (Sony makes sensor for Fuji, in return Sony could cooperate with Fuji to get Instax printing support on Sony cameras, too). I used to have an X-A1, at that time I had no Instax printer, and I remember that it had quite decent in-camera image processing functions as well as direct Instax printing feature. Here are...
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I'm not sure if I've posted this to the correct location, so apologies and someone please correct me if not. I've also done a search of the forum and haven't seemed to find the answer, so thank you in advance for any help. So I'm new to the X100 family (Canon and Panasonic user) and have recently purchased a X100F and would like to import images onto my iPad for quick editing on the fly. I'm presently running iOS 10.3.3 and have shot RAW files in uncompressed format. Since iOS 10.3.2 support...
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Hi. My reason for buying this ordered but yet to be delivered camera was size, good lens and IQ and simplicity. A bit of background. On an old film Pentax K1000 and a 35mm or 50mm lens, I would shoot F8 in good light with as fast a s/speed it would give me and as it got darker, lower s/speed and then finally widen the aperture as last resort and then when wide or close to wide open, manual focus. In really good light just follow sunny 16 rule. Used hyperfocal distances etc. This was of course...
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Can a polarising filter be easily rotated when screwed into the filter mount of a X100 and a lens hood is also fitted? Does the camera require a circular polarising filter? - Andrew in Norway
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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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If you only had desire for the 23 mm AKA, 35 mm type focal length does it make sense to buy the XT-2 Or Xpro-2 with the 23 mm F 2.0 (or spend extra for the F 1.) over the X100F with the same lens that 23 mm 2.0 Or Would you say,  you are wasting your time to own one lens with the XT or XP, might as well stick to the X100 or p&s camera at that point.   Reason is I am about 80% decided I am selling my Sony A6500 with 16-70, 55-210.  For some reason I was hung up on the video side and i thought...
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As the title says,  It's fine with my Nikon D5300 which came out after the Fuji X100 so theoreticaly it should be fine. Any info anyone has that I should consider would be great as I'll be buying the X100s second hand and wont be getting silly pix with it. Cheers
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I am currently stuck in a huge dilemma. I let GAS take over me and now I have an Olympus M10ii with the 12-40 f2.8 lens and a Fuji X100 with a wide angle lens. The Olympus + Lens set up costed me around 829. The X100 + Wide angle set up costed me around 555. I must let one go and I am unsure which to choose. Is there really a big difference in sensor size? I've recently found out that depth of field ends up being x2 in crop factor as well as the ISO performance for the Micro 4/3 system. I...
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Decided to make a switch over to Fujifilm and picked up a used X100, the classic one, for cheap. Just waiting for it to be shipped over and can't wait to try it.  Now, it comes to my understanding that it does not matter what type of gear a photographer uses, but the skill of the photographer in creating an image.  But the Fuji X100 is about 7 years old. I am an avid street photographer and in the past used DSLRs but wanted something compact, the X100.  How well can the X100 perform in terms...
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