A Casual Review of the Fujifilm X100T | PetaPixel

By | December 14, 2014

For the last 21 days I have been in Japan putting Fujifilm’s new X100T through its paces. This review will not cover every technical aspect of the X100T, but rather how it feels to shoot with it every day and how it fits in with my workflow. It is also very photo heavy. You can find pictures of the camera itself on any review site, so I’ll mostly only include work that I have produced with this camera. I’ve upgraded from the X100S, so I will also comment on the main differences and whether or not I think it may be worth upgrading. This is the 3rd release of the X100 series, and in my opinion it has been refined to the point of near perfection. Every niggle I had with the X100S has been fixed and it feels like Fuji really have taken the comments from the photographers that use their cameras on board. Some want a different sensor or more megapixels, but I feel that for the most part, Fuji have listened……

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