Fujifilm X100T Hands-On Review

Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake from from the Camera Store in Canada took the new Fujifilm x100T large sensor compact camera for a test drive and got back with some impressions.

In mid September this year, Fujifilm announced a new member of the X family and an update to the X100S. This third incarnation of the company’s large sensor compact with a fixed lens brings mostly refinements compared to the older X100S and the main components of the camera (i.e. sensor, processor, AF system) remained the same. One of the biggest change is the interesting new viewfinder with a micro pop-up LCD which gives a picture in picture mode although Niccolls did not find it to be much more than a novelty. The higher res main screen however is a nice improvements although it is not a touch screen and does not articulate.

The X100T with the improved viewfinder


We brought to you a first official hands on when the X100T was just announced which shows some of the improvements. Here is a list of the main features of the new camera:

  • Sensor: 16MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor (with on-sensor phase detection elements).
  • Lens: 23mm lens (35mm equivalent in 35mm) f/2.
  • Viewfinder: Hybrid EVF with 2.3m dot LCD and more advanced overlays in optical mode.
  • LCD: 3.0″ 1.04m dot rear LCD (720 x 480 pixels)/
  • Macro: Macro shooting down to 10cm.
  • Connectivity: Built-in Wi-Fi with remote control function
  • Shutter: Optional electronic shutter (max shutter speed up to 1/32,000 sec!).
  • Filter: Classic Chrome film simulation mode.
  • Video: 1080p @60, 50, 30, 25 and 24fps with exposure control.
  •  Microphone: Stereo mic input (2.5mm).
  • Extra features: 7 customizable buttons (customizable Q menu), Built-in ND filter.
  • Price: $1300 (on Amazon).

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