First impressions of the Fujifilm X100T – Let’s talk AF, MF, OVF, EVF
and ERF! | MirrorLessons

My Fujifilm X100t review could be very simple. Why? Because last year, its predecessor the Fuji X100s became my favourite compact camera. I used it for almost everything: street, travel, reportage and even work as a second body. Then this year I had to sell it to make room for the X-T1. We cannot keep all the cameras we test and I have to prioritise my work for MirrorLessons. So when I grabbed the X100t in late September, it felt as if I were picking up from where I’d left off with the X100s. I already knew everything about it. After all, the main characteristics are the same: same lens, same sensor, same image quality, same size and ergonomics. I loved the X100s, so I love the X100t. Of course the new camera does incorporate some improvements and new features. Regarding the design and ease of use, the aperture ring now turns in 1/3 steps–a useful addition but one I could have lived without. The surface texture of the dials and focus ring have been slightly redesigned as well. There is an updated button layout on the rear and a larger LCD screen with more resolution (1040k dots versus 460k dots on the X100s). The latter is certainly the most substantial upgrade on the outside of the camera but there is still no tilting screen unfortunately……..


Fuji X100T

Do you love my work and want to support me? If you’re planning on buying camera gear, you can check out above-noted links. Prices remain the same for you, but a small percentage of your purchase value is valued back to me. Thank you!