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DateOct 2014

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Reviewed on 2016-03-17
Our full review of the FujiFilm X100T appeared in the March/April 2015 issue of Camera magazine.It can be read or downloaded here in full as a PDF replica of the original magazine pages.Download pdf here: FujiFilm X100TFULL REVIEWBrand: FujiFilmModel: X10...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-06
One thing all of the cameras in this category have in common, aside from having a fixed prime lens, is that they offer either a 28mm or 35mm equivalent focal length (save for the Sigma Quattro dp2 and dp3), making all excellent choices for shooting street...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-30
When applied to humans, the word “character” has two distinct meanings, an oddball or eccentric as in “Fred is a real character” or a morally upstanding person, as in “Charlie is a man of unimpeachable character.” When it comes to machines created by huma...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-30
As featured in the May 2015 issue of Digital Photo...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-25
In Fujifilm's case, the upgrade elves have done their job superbly. The X100S was just about perfect, but the T has enough subtle but clever improvements to make investing well worthwhile, even if you love your S. They've kept the beautiful, ergonomic bod...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-12
I have had this camera for a few weeks known have taken in out and about and recently to Venice. Impessed is an understatement but you do have to use the camera a fair bit to get the best out of it. Its not just a point a shoot!. There are a few quibbles...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-04
Many useful usability tweaks over its predecessor, nice build quality, excellent controlsRelatively expensive, fixed 35mm equivalent focal length a bit limiting
Fuji's X100T improves on its already great predecessor with a few tweaks and improvements.The first X100, launched in 2011, heralded a new era for Fujifilm as it made a return to retro looks and controls with its high-quality APS-C compact camera.Based on...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-25
Great image quality with beautiful color rendition, Film Simulation modes are superb, USB charging is really convenient, Includes external charger, to keep a spare battery topped-up, DR modes help you match JPEG dynamic range to the scene you're shooting,...Movie capture has poor resolution and spectacular moire, Occasional waxy-looking skin in high ISO images, Face Detection not precise enough for use at F2, Q Menu not as simple as rivals', 16MP beginning to look low by contemporary standards, X-Trans senso...
The Fujifilm FinePix X100 was a milestone camera in the industry as one of the first large sensor, prime lens cameras to achieve widespread popularity. Its classic look, obviously cribbed from a certain German camera maker, were justified by the excellent...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-08
Fuji X100T review: Fuji updates its retro-styled big-sensor compact with some 
intelligent new features. But how does it perform?The latest camera in Fujifilm's high-end X series is the Fuji X100T, which is very similar to the X100S, boasting the same 16-...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-04
Excellent viewfinder, 35mm equivalent prime lens, Assignable buttonsAnnoying shutter control, Poor RAW detail, Expensive compared to X100S
Fujifilm's X100 series cameras are not for the masses. They are expensive, don't zoom, and don't fit in your pocket. And yet, if there's a single modern digital camera that has reached near cult status in the past few years, it's the X100. Enthusiasts flo...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-15
Gorgeous, retro-inspired design, Lots of manual controls, Fantastic image quality, Great viewfinderSlow and inconsistent autofocus, Video is still an afterthought, Some will find the fixed lens too limiting
How do you make a great camera even better?I love my Fujifilm X100S. It's the best camera I've ever owned. I actually sold my Canon DSLR rig and Sony mirrorless system to fund its purchase earlier this year, making it the only camera currently in my arsen...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-11
All of the images below are available to download in their original formats for analysis. Click on the desired image to access the files at Flickr.1/1300, f4, 200 ISO, 23mm (35mm equiv)1/1000, f2, 800 ISO, 23mm (35mm equiv)1/120, f2, 3200 ISO, 23mm (35mm ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-09
Hybrid viewfinder is best offering yet as parallax correction adjusts frame in real-time, electronic rangefinder-style manual focus option, retro design, solid build quality, improved autofocus copes better in lower lighting conditions, image quality pote...Widest aperture settings of zero use for macro and close-up shooting, 1/4000th sec shutter only properly usable from f/8.0, undeniably expensive, no true ISO 100 sensitivity, exposure compensation dial knocks out of place (no alert light/physical lock), s...
It only takes one glance at the Fujifilm X100T to know it's a special little camera. Or, perhaps more to the point, a specialist camera. The retro design, physical control dials, fixed 35mm f/2.0 (equivalent) lens, and a hybrid viewfinder make that pretty...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-20
Great image quality, Excellent hybrid viewfinder, Fast all-purpose 35mm lensVideo quality still not great, Limited focus-tracking skills
What is the Fujifilm X100T? The Fujifilm X100T is part of a series that's captured the imagination of enthusiast photographers like no other. These are fixed-lens cameras with APS-C sensors and a decidedly old-school approach to design and handling, but h...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-20
Superbly refined hybrid viewfinder, Intuitive dialled handling, Exquisite image quality, Stylish build and designLacklustre video with no stabilisation, Macro mode awkwardly implemented, Small, fiddly rear buttons
Fujifilm corrected a fair few of these with its updated version, the X100S, which also brought along the X-Trans CMOS sensor.Now comes the third in the series, the X100T, which boasts a range of operating and hardware improvements as well as an intriguing...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-18
Superb body, materials & manufacturing, Picture quality up to 6400 ISO, New hybrid viewfinder!, 1/32000 electronic shutter, Userfriendly interface, Classic Chrome film simulation, Longer battery life than earlier models (450 shots)No headphone jack, Limited video capability, Slight lack of fidelity in electronic framing, No touchscreen, display doesn't tilt/swivel
The X100T—the T is for "Third"—reiterates much of what made the first X100 a success: a deliciously retro design, a 16 Mpx APS-C CMOS sensor (now using XTrans technology, ever since the X100S ), a 23mm f/2 35mm-equivalent Fujinon lens and, of course, the
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Reviewed on 2014-11-18
Choice of optical or electronic viewfinder for composition, Analogue control dials give intuitive and engaging handling experience, Impressive image quality, Attractive retro stylingVideo footage is relatively poor in quality, Macro mode could be better implemented, Rear buttons are a little small and fiddly
It is a little over four years since Fujifilm first showed off the X100 premium compact, which marked a distinct change in direction (and fortune) for the company. With its unique hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder, traditional control dials and classy...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-17
The X100T addresses some of the main criticisms levelled at previous models - it has a re-designed viewfinder and larger, higher-resolution monitor that should appeal to fans of the company's rangefinder cameras.Buyers should have few complaints about ima...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-16
Fujifilm's FinePix X100 was a game-changer, with its large image sensor, fast prime lens, hybrid viewfinder and rangefinder-style retro look. It likely ignited the "retro" trend in the camera industry three years ago and the third-generation X100T is fina...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-14
Hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder. Wide-aperture prime lens. Top-notch control scheme. Strong high ISO image quality. Quick autofocus. Classic Chrome film emulation. 6fps continuous shooting. Wide-angle and telephoto adapters available. Wi-Fi.Bigger than some other large-sensor compacts. Lens suffers from edge softness. Macro shots at wide apertures have a soft-focus look. Video could be better. No image stabilization
Fujifilm's original X100 and X100S£629.99 at SlrHut were favorites of photographers, thanks to a compact retro design, wide-aperture prime lens, unique hybrid viewfinder, and big APS-C image sensor. The latest model, the X100T ($1,299.95), retains th...

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