Two weeks on the road with the FUJIFILM X100T | Björn Moerman

By | October 20, 2014

Four years ago, Fujifilm announced the X100 at Photokina, Germany. Little did they know, that this announcement would change the way photographers looked at Fujifilm for the foreseeable future. The X100 with its high quality fixed 23mm (35mm equivalent) prime lens, was quickly becoming the “must have” for a lot of pro and serious amateur photographers. But it wasn’t all wine and roses from the start! The Rangefinder-like camera delivered great image quality, but its unpredictable autofocus quickly became well documented in the photography world. A bit more than a year later, Fujifilm launched the X100S; a major upgrade to the existing X100 in which they gave it a complete new sensor (16.3 X-Trans CMOS II) and a vastly improved autofocus functionality. The X100S quickly became the dream camera for a lot of Street photographers. But could the X100S even be improved?……

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