Product Comparison: Fujifilm X100F vs Fujifilm X100T
- It's lightweight, compact size, and easy menus makes it perfect for day to day + family pictures.
- I have been a pro photographer for over 30 years and bought this because of the small size and the quality Fuji lens.
- Was afraid of being stuck with 1 focal length but you adjust. Size is great.
- It's small, compact size allows me to take it nearly everywhere.
- I wanted something travel sized in between my pocketable Canon Elph point and shoot and my larger Nikon DSRLs.
- Next is the portability. No, it won't fit in a jeans pocket. For that level of portability I still lean on my iPhone. But it will fit in a coat pocket and any very small bag.
- It beats out most any other compact I've used though.
- Now, keeping a compact camera that ROCKS the scene isn't even a second thought.
- It's compact is great for just heading out. I've used it on a couple of weddings and it's nice and discreet, especially for capturing the bridal parties getting ready before an event.
- There are smaller compacts out there, ones that can fit in a pant pocket or even less; that said, so long as you know what you're getting into, this is a con that simply comes with the territory.
- Short review, camera image quality is superb! Not the fastest camera in the world, nor the most ergonomic I've ever held, but the images taken will impress.
- It also produces great images with amazing quality. I'm used to shooting raw, but this camera's JPG conversion is so good that the raw files are mostly not needed.
- The color profiles and overall images from the fujinon system is superb.
- Fujifilm X100F offers incredible image quality, body design, and portability.
- It's a really fun camera to use and can deliver beautiful images, but it's probably best for serious photo enthusiasts and pros.
- Great image quality. The shooting experience is loads of fun, but image quality is important too. The 23mm (35mm full-frame equivalent) lens is very capable optically, and does a respectable job at all focal lengths.
- Fast autofocus and operation means you'll almost never be left waiting for the camera. There's minimal shutter lag, autofocus generally locks in a fraction of a second, and the many methods of composition make it easy to frame and shoot-- without SLR-style blackout!
- The images come out sharp (except some distortion around the edges), and no achromatic aberration that I've noticed.
- The images are great quality and that's what really matters. great high ISO performance and auto focusing (even though I prefer to use the manual focus and wish it had the zone focusing scale on the lens:).
- Third-stop aperture clicks are a lot of fun and welcome, but do keep in mind that if you're used to adjusting stop by stop, it makes it harder to set aperture "by feel."
- Almost perfect, missing swivel display.
- The LCD screen is decent and the EVF/OVF combo works as well as can be expected, with only a slight bit of a lag as the "eye sensor" detects your eye and activates the heads up display.
- The only this I miss it atilt screen.
- I had to return mine because the left edge of my images were soft. An image is attached. I noticed this on pretty much all my photos as soon as I loaded them onto a big, high-def screen.
- The controls are different than X100S and the screen is still not touch.
- The hybrid viewfinder is very slick...I love using the OVF in manual focus and popping the little screen and zooming in on my focus point.
- I had previously tried the X100S and although it was an excellent camera, I found the screen and AF still to be too much of a compromise and was part of the reason I had chosen the XT1 previously.
- Definitely the best viewfinder I've ever used. SO easy to change modes as well, just flip the switch in the front.
- Doesn't have a tilt screen. This is definitely not just an ordinary point and shoot camera as it's often categorized as.
- Wish the screen tilted out like the X-T1 for those low/above the head shots.
- Even the beginner could benefit from this camera. It is very easy to use and works great in automatic mode.
- The weather-sealing is probably the main feature that made me hesitate over and over about making the purchase, knowing my X-Pro.2 with the 23 f.2 had that advantage.
- Images comparable to the Leica Q I rented, but 1/3 the cot. Many features that I am still learning.
- here are so many features that it will take some time to learn them all, but it is very versatile.
- Sometimes the camera seemingly cant decide which mode you want it to be in (viewfinder or LCD), and that may cause you to miss a shot here and there if you're trying to be ultra quick.
- I was able to customize the "Q" button to include certain menu settings I would change often (e.g. face detection, AF mode, silent mode, etc).
- I find the button placement more logical and the fact the buttons are customizable are a nice feature. Gone is the scroll wheel and in its place the four button directional pad like the X-T1.
- My favorite autofocus feature is the face detection-- now I don't have to worry about moving focus points around to capture portraits or try to explain to someone where to aim the focus point when they're taking a picture of me.
- X 100T is absolutely genius. It's full of perfected features that make the camera a joy to use.
- Easy manual controls, intuitive — I love the Multiple Exposure feature, Film replication modes and a few Monochrome replications.
- Its WiFi feature is excellent if you like to post on social media, and the camera remote app (in my experience) works extremely well for street photography, letting you fire the camera without touching it.
- I found the wifi remote control from my phone to be very useful, especially during get-togethers with friends and family.
- WiFi connectivity. It has it. It works. You have to use the FujiFilm app (on the iPhone/iPad) and I really think the app hurts you here – the app gets 1 star.
- The Android Smartphone WiFi transfer app is clunky and frequently crashed on my Pixel
- You can look at the images while they are in the camera from the iPhone, you can control the Camera (tethering with lots of controls) and you can download the images to the iPhone and post them online with in seconds.
- Wifi takes a moment (and a few steps) to set up each time to connect to iPad, but does work.
- I downloaded the Fujifilm Camera Remote app for IOS. I was able to sync/connect my iPhone 5s with my camera. In the camera menu, go to the WiFi Connection setting to turn on.
- Lastly for the con side of things, the wifi is finicky. I don't know whether its the camera software or the phone app, but it is a very particular process.
- The wifi connectivity is a bit clunky although it works.