My Review of the Fujifilm X100T | Antonio M. Rosario

I’m not going to go over all detailed specs of the camera or peep pixels; that you can find elsewhere online. I want to give the feel of the camera and its workings from the point of view of a photographer who is going to use it on a daily basis. What is significant to me: Camera size. Small but not too small. Light but not too light. I can carry it on my shoulder and feel like I’m carrying a camera but it’s not heavy to the point that it’ll bother me carrying it around all day. I like a little heft to my cameras. 16 megapixel sensor. This is good for the kind of shooting I’m planning to do with this camera. I like having the extra megapixels so that I can crop into an image and still have enough data left so I can make a decent sized print. Actual dials for shutter speeds and aperture. This is something I didn’t realize I missed with my Nikon DSLRs. It’s nice having them on the outside of the camera so I can quickly see my exposure setting without having to look at a screen or through the viewfinder……..

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Fuji X100T

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