Fujifilm X100F Review

March 17, 2017 | Amy Davies |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Fujifilm X100F from around the web.

dpreview.com »

The X100F is the fourth iteration of Fujifilm's well-respected X100 series. It still uses the same 35mm equivalent 23mm F2 lens, still has the 'classic' design cues, but almost everything has changed under the surface.
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photoreview.com.au »

Announced on 19 January, the new X100F is the fourth generation model in Fujifilm's compact, fixed lens camera that began in 2010 with the original X100, which we reviewed in April 2011. The new camera features the same 24.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS III sensor and X-Processor Pro image processor as the X-T20 and comes with an Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder with changeable magnification and Real Time Parallax Correction. Improvements have been made to overall handling and battery capacity.
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ephotozine.com »

The Fujifilm X100F is the latest fixed lens premium compact to join Fujifilm's popular line-up of retro-inspired compacts. Inside the X100F you'll find a 24.3Mp APS-C CMOS sensor and new features include an ISO dial built into the shutter speed dial (like the X-Pro2) and a focus joystick which allows you to change the focus point without taking your eye off the viewfinder. The number of focusing points has been increased from 49 to 91 and the phase detection AF area has also increased in size. The 100F is actually the 4th generation of the X100, updating the X100T, and in the evolved version you'll also find the hybrid viewfinder that can switch between optical and electronic views.
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stevehuffphoto.com »

The X100 series from Fuji has long been dear to my heart. In fact, it is one of the cameras that has taken the ride with me on this journey of life for the last six years or so (see this post from a week or so ago), on and off. It has given me memories of these last six years of my life with some great personal moments (most never published) that quite frankly, no other camera has.
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