Fujifilm Finepix X100 Photos

March 14, 2011 | Mark Goldstein | 11 Comments | |
Fujifilm Finepix X100 Photos Image

We had the chance to shoot with the Fujifilm X100 at the weekend, visiting our usual haunts around London's South Bank and Borough Market.

Here are 40 full-size sample photos from the new Fujifilm Finepix X100 camera, following last week's unboxing and preceding our full review of this much anticipated camera.

We've also included test photos for the full ISO range of 100-12800 to give you an idea of the X100's noise performance.

40 sample photos from the new Fujifilm Finepix X100 camera.

Fujifilm Finepix X100 JPEG Images

Fujifilm Finepix X100 Movie

This is a sample movie at the quality setting of 1280 x 720 at 24 frames per second. Please note that this 16 second movie is 19.4Mb in size.

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#1 Ricardo

Fuji does magic here, no noise until ISO 3200, very usable 6400 and 12800,pretty amazing job.

8:49 pm - Monday, March 14, 2011

#2 C.Y.Leow

I am totally brown away by the incredible low light (ISO 12,800) performance!
I want one!

9:12 pm - Monday, March 14, 2011

#3 Dan

Fuji have announced today that they are halting production of the X100 due to the earthquake. Looks like they’ll be thin on the ground for a while.

9:33 pm - Monday, March 14, 2011

#4 Ryan Woirol

Fuji nailed this camera.  It’s an absolute beauty of a camera and it takes wonderful shots.  The only problem is that for a fixed lens camera the price needs to be lower or it needs to have an interchangeable lens system.

If I could have a 50mm, 17mm and a 75mm on this, I’d buy one in a heart beat.

10:16 pm - Monday, March 14, 2011

#5 Lynx

I don’t think Fuji will wait much before creating a new camera with that same image sensor. Maybe the Finepix S300exr that everyone is waiting for!!!

That would defenitly be a great camera.

The X100 picture quality is very very impresive.

10:43 pm - Monday, March 14, 2011

#6 otto

Yes, in a nutshell.  Sorry, Leica carriers!
THIS is the camera to have if you must only have ONE camera on any given day and you want to fill up your 4G memory card.

11:54 pm - Monday, March 14, 2011

#7 Low Budget Dave

The pictures seem great, but you guys have steady hands.  Those of us who drink coffee all day will need to carry a tripod with us, which kind of defeats the advantage of the small size. 

I am looking forward to the review.  That seems like a lot of money to pay for a fixed lens, but maybe Fuji will come up with a screw on telephoto some day with IS built in. 

Fuji has reported that none of the workers in the Taiwa-Cho factory were injured, but that the factory is currently closed due to building damage.  Fuji apologized to customers of the X100, but said they would look for options to try to address the delay. 

Fujifilm holdings is putting together a relief operation for those affected by the disaster, and is also slowing some operations in other areas to conserve electricity where it might help.

So, in the long run, I guess there are more important things than not being able to buy a camera I can’t quite afford.

3:57 pm - Tuesday, March 15, 2011

#8 zorstklamp

Pity about the projected cost level, puts it out of affordability of many people like me !

Images so far look very promising, despite what I’ve read on some other blogs from the recent Focus On Imaging expo.

Hopefully on the next one Fuji might be persuaded to make it with an interchangeable lens?

Now that could be a great camera !

8:17 pm - Tuesday, March 15, 2011

#9 Rico

The X100 has a leaf shutter. Even without optical stabilization or sensor based stabilization, coffee drinkers will still get sharp images.

8:55 am - Wednesday, March 16, 2011

#10 sharon sedano

Love the low light performance.  I definitely want one of these.

5:11 pm - Thursday, March 17, 2011

#11 gérard

ca y est le mien vient de m’être livré! (commandé sur internet ) et je peux vous faire partager mes impressions= 
-wawh quelle allure! on croirait un Leica M…. il est présenté dans un coffret très élégant comme le Leica x1-une impression de solidité, des boutons/bagues- a l’ancienne,qui restent en place ( pas comme sur le x1) une réactivité étonnante, un affichage immédiat , un viseur clair et précis,( le viseur hybride est une beauté remarquable et il bascule automatiquement ! )- images parfaites ( comme le x1 que j’ai eu et vite revendu compte tenu de sa lenteur déplorable et le manque de viseur)- 
un petit reproche= le bouton du pad a l’arrière est trop petit et mal aisé a utiliser-il manque éventuellement un zoom!un peu grand pour tenir dans la poche- 
le prix aussi est assez élevé= 1200€ environ ( - cher que le x1 tout de même ) 
en résumé un superbe appareil, une réussite, un grand numéro qui marquera l’histoire! 
enfin j’ai un poket de grande qualité! 
merci FUJI! 

http://www.photographyblog.com/rev [...] onclusion/ 

mes premières images au Fuji x100=


10:37 am - Thursday, March 31, 2011