Reviews

Fuji X100T – A Real World Review | Alik Griffin

Not to long ago I made the leap into the FujiX100T fixed lens system. But why this camera? Why only a 16 megapixel APS-C camera with a fixed lens when I already own a Sony A7r with a few great lenses? I use to think megapixels and dynamic range was all that mattered, but now after going through a few different camera bodies over the years, I’ve really come to learn that it’s the physical camera itself that matters. Not just the specs, or the pixel depth of the sensor resolution, but the way the camera feels in your hand, the experience of shooting itself. I’ve come to learn that it’s the actual physical process of taking the photos that I enjoy and the Fuji X100T is absolutely perfect for this. With a few flaws of course :) So I wanted to do a review different than all the other reviews on the Internet done by bloggers that have no idea what this camera really is who just want to list a bunch of blind specs hoping to get some good page rank. Yes this camera has auto focus, and it’s 16 megapixels and has a OVF / EVF!. Ok that’s out of the way. . .

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Fuji X100T

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Fuji X System – 2 years of use | Xtographer

I have been a hobbyist photographer since 1979, that’s 35 years!  I started out with a Zenit 35mm film SLR but quickly moved onto the Olympus OM system with an OM30 which was later added to with x2 OM2 SP’s. In 2000, I foolishly ditched all the Oly gear to get into digital and purchased, of all things, a Sony F505  and then ‘upgraded’ to a Sony F707. I fortunately saw the error of my ways and in 2005 bought into Nikon with a D70s and the venerable 18-70 kit lens. Over the next 7 years camera bodies were changed to include D90, D300, D700 and numerous lenses were added during that time. I always hankered after a smaller camera and tried out a number of offerings such as the Nikon P7100, which I still have, and a Panasonic LX5 but neither really did it for me. In January 2012 I purchased a Fuji XE1 with 18-55 kit lens to see if this system was a viable option for me.  I was blown away by the output of the files and that little kit lens attached to such a small body. The camera proved to be so portable that it was my go to camera despite having the D300, D700 and numerous f2.8 glass still to hand. The Nikon gear did not see light of day in 6 months. At this point I decided to sell the Nikon gear, some of which was purchased by members of this forum, and even though I loved to use the Nikon, especially that D700, I have no regrets of selling it on, none at all. From the funds raised through the sale of Nikon, I re-invested in Fuji glass which has today escalated to a collection of x9 Fuji lenses. In March 2014 I added a lightly used XPro1 body…….

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Fuji X-T1 Graphite Silver

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Fuji X-T1 Silver Graphite: Love At First Sight or
Just Another Bad Date? | Slr Lounge

If photography were like the Tinder dating world, I would be a serial left-swiper. So many pictures of new gear pass my desk, I rarely give a second glance to the items much less the specs anymore. And then one fateful day, the Fuji X-T1 Graphite Silver  Edition caught my eye. I had already been drooling over the new Fuji X100T that was announced earlier that morning when I saw it. I paused, did a double take and virtually right swiped and saved the new X-T1 to my favorites. Admittedly, I am wooed by its good looks. I mean, who wouldn’t be? The equivalent of a dark-haired, green-eyed, chiseled jaw, well-toned, swoon-worthy man with an Australian accent, the X-T1 is certainly a handsome looking specimen, a looker among its camera peers. Though it looks almost identical to its predecessor, the regular ol’ X-T1, the new graphite silver coating sits on top of the magnesium body and shines with a clear glossy finish giving it a ‘smooth and luxurious’ look. This resilient three layer finish with 80 points of weather sealing makes it dust-resistant, water-resistant and freeze-resistant down to -10°C. (Which I never anticipate ever experiencing)……

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Fuji X-T1 Graphite Silver

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A Casual Review of the Fujifilm X100T | PetaPixel

For the last 21 days I have been in Japan putting Fujifilm’s new X100T through its paces. This review will not cover every technical aspect of the X100T, but rather how it feels to shoot with it every day and how it fits in with my workflow. It is also very photo heavy. You can find pictures of the camera itself on any review site, so I’ll mostly only include work that I have produced with this camera. I’ve upgraded from the X100S, so I will also comment on the main differences and whether or not I think it may be worth upgrading. This is the 3rd release of the X100 series, and in my opinion it has been refined to the point of near perfection. Every niggle I had with the X100S has been fixed and it feels like Fuji really have taken the comments from the photographers that use their cameras on board. Some want a different sensor or more megapixels, but I feel that for the most part, Fuji have listened……

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Fuji X100T

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My first two weeks with the Fujifilm X100T | Dylan Haskin

I have had the X100T now for the past two weeks. It’s been with me pretty much the whole time while shooting live bands, downhill skateboarding, hiking, visiting my nephew, walking around Cape Town etc. This is not a review, but just quick post of some of my favourite shots I’ve got from this camera so far. Most of the images I copied to my phone via the WIFI and edited with VSCOCam. The others are straight out of the camera, All JPEGs. I seriously love this little camera and have really enjoyed the experience I’ve had so far! If you have any questions about functions on the camera please feel free to send me a message or comment below and I’ll do my best to answer…….

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Fuji X100T

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The X100T stretching out | DearSusan

The X100T needs a fast SD card. When I started out, I loaded a 30MB/s SD card I’ve used elsewhere and then felt that the write/read performance was a bit slow while out shooting. Deciding to splash out on a couple of new 64Gb 95MB/s cards made a radical change. Several shots that I’d missed in various after dark spots had been put down to the X100’s slow processing, were in fact the SD card’s glacial write cycle holding things up. A lot…….

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Fuji X100T

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Fuji X100T Preview – Initial Thoughts & Sample Images | SLR Lounge

The Fuji X100 series of compact cameras has been a very exciting lineup for both advanced hobbyist and pro photographers alike. Serious hobbyists want a no-nonsense camera that delivers great images, offers full manual control, (and raw control!) and is built solidly. Hard-working pros are just tired of lugging their flagship full-frame bodies and lenses around for casual photography, and are looking for a camera that is built solid and doesn’t compromise on image quality. Oh, and it wouldn’t hurt if this camera also looks, well, less like a TV remote and more like what we envision a classic camera ought to.  The early point-and-shoot digital cameras basically looked like a 90’s Giga Pet / Tamagotchi, i.e., an ugly, mass-produced electronic device. The Fuji X100 series is one of those classic / retro style cameras that bucked such trends, at least according to most of the buzz on the Internet since the first X100-series hit shelves in early 2011. It’s got mechanical dials and wheels.  It’s got an optical viewfinder (rangefinder), yet it also has an EVF.  And it feels solid, well-built, and generally awesome in-hand.  It’s what a compact camera ought to be………

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Fuji X100T

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REVIEW: First Impressions of the Nissin i40 Flashgun
for the Fuji X-Series | Jeff Carter

Last week I received the new Nissin i40 flash for the Fujifilm X-Series cameras from Cambrian Photography, a superb customer focused independent photographic retailer located in Colwyn Bay, North Wales. One of the criticisms of the X-Series has been the lack of a credible flashgun for the system.  While Fujifilm have produced three flashguns (the EF-42, EF-20 and EF-X20), these have been lacking in the flexibility that professional and enthusiast photographers have been demanding. I bought the EF-20 for my X100 in early 2013 and while this is a great little flash, it doesn’t allow me to get very creative due to it’s limited controls. Fujifilm have hinted that a new flash is on the way in 2015 but in the meantime Nissin have stepped up to the plate and delivered a Fujifilm compatible version of its award winning i40…..

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Nissin i40

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Mr. T. – an X100T review | Jonas Rask

So what could I possibly write that hasn’t already been written about the X100 series from Fujifilm? The truth, not much! Yet here I am, scribbling down words to try and describe my thoughts about the third iteration of this amazing camera. In fact this is really the first time I have written anything about the X100/S/T other than just show images from the camera. I have never done a proper review. Why? I don’t really know, but I think I’m scared to do one because of the sheer amount of stuff I really could say about this camera series. I simply do not know where to start, and how to end it! It has been my go to camera for 3 years now. Never leaving my side, like a good companion. So I will try to present the features of this latest model, and then try to draw some parallels/differentiations to the older models where appropriate. So let’s get to it……..

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Fuji X100T

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Thoughts on the Fujifilm X100T | Michael Catacutan

After falling in love with the first Fujifilm x100 but ultimately deciding I didn’t need both the x100 and X-Pro1, I’m back with my original love affair and I have to say, it looks like he’s a keeper (The X-Pro1 has since been replaced with a Sony a7). If you’re familiar with X-Series cameras, the x100T should feel familiar. If you’ve never held an X-Series camera, the x100T is going to feel amazing for the first time. The first thing most people notice with this camera is the rangefinder throw back design and manual dials for shutter speed, exposure compensation and aperture. The second thing they notice is that it’s actually digital with it’s 3 inch LCD on the back. I won’t go into the technical aspects of the camera as you can find that elsewhere, instead I’d rather just talk about what I dislike and what I absolutely love. The good news is, there’s not much to dislike about the camera. The bad news is, the things I dislike, I absolutely hate…….

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Fuji X100T

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