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Fuji X100T camera — a Hands-on review by Tom Grill

If a fixed lens, rangefinder camera is something you would like to use, then the Fuji X100T is something of a best-of-breed in the fully automated, digital genre. It is not for everyone. You have to like using this type camera. There is something to be said for the basic simplicity of restricting yourself to only one lens. I can...

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Fuji X100T long(ish) term user report by Andrew Tobin

It has now become my default travel camera. I am very happy with the 35mm focal length which suits such a wide range of situations. It’s possible to get very decent foreground/background separation when the need arises, and use the “f/8 and be there” approach for more documentary style photography. I haven’t felt like I needed another focal length, though...

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The Gear that I Use: The Fujifilm X100t Review by Henry Smith

So am I happy? Yes and no. The X100 series has tended to be the most heavily used equipment in my bag, and thus smaller improvements do mean more than in other gear upgrades. Autofocus performance is among the most important attributes in a camera, and it is significantly improved here. I also think the WiFi feature is worth having....

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Fujifilm X100T Review

The X100T is a continuation of that process of polish and refinement. Whether it’s the addition of Wi-Fi, the provision of 1/3rd stop increments on the aperture dial or the move to dedicated directional buttons, rather than the cheap-compact style wheel on the back of the camera, there are plenty of changes that make the camera better. Equally, the addition...

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Fuji X100T – First Look by Scott Bourne

If you want a well-built camera that is purely fun to use, that makes lovely images right out of the box with no post-processing muss or fuss, and if you want to carry one camera with a fixed lens that will force you to become more visually creative, the Fuji X100T just might be worth your consideration. If you already...

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Street Photography camera review – Fujifilm X100T by John Barbiaux

I really like this little camera, I like it so much that it will become my primary Street Photography camera from here on out.  The size, image quality, and ease of use make this the perfect camera, in my opinion, for Street Photographers.  The image quality is on par with that of the Leica (X100T has better high ISO capabilities)...

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Fuji X100T and VSCO Cam | Philippines part 1 by Jakub Puchalski

Below you will find a sample of pictures taken with Fuji X100T (all SOOC JPEG’s) and slightly processed in VSCO Cam. In most cases I didn’t use the presets, just the basic exposure dials, because Fuji colors are so perfect most of the time. Source: http://www.jakubpuchalski.com/2015/01/14/fuji-x100t-and-vsco-cam-philippines-part-1/

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The X100T: A review in five pieces by Patrick La Roque

I could talk on and on about details, performance etc… But at this point I feel I’d be repeating what so many others have already brilliantly said, including my buddies Bert Stephani andKevin Mullins. So this time instead of telling I’m just going to show. I spent the entire holidays shooting nothing but the X100T and below you’ll find 4...

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Fuji X100T and X-T1: Choosing the right camera for street photography by Mike Evans

But for best all-round value, go for the X-T1. It is one of the finest mirrorless system cameras on the market, even taking into account the full-frame competition from the Sony A7 range, and you will be acquiring both a first-class street camera and the entry ticket to a remarkable system.  Source: http://macfilos.com/photo/2015/1/12/fuji-x100t-and-x-t1-choosing-the-right-camera-for-sreet-photography

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Fuji X buyer’s guide :: part 1 :: cameras by Zack Arias

What are differences between Fujifilm X cameras and what body should you buy? Zack describes his thoughts and experiences with individual Fuji X cameras and then compare them with each other. If you still wondering, what body is best for you, this is perfect source of valuable information. This isn’t a review of the gear. This isn’t a gallery of...

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Two (amazing) hours in Monument Valley by Olaf & Kasia Sztaba

Gallery with beautiful photos taken from Monument Valley with Fuji X-T1 and X100T. It should be no surprise that a place of such a beauty is one of the most photographed locations in the United States. As a result, it is difficult (especially in two hours) to capture the wonderful imagery. Regardless, equipped with the Fuji X100T and Fuji X-T1...

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Review: Fujifilm X100T by Kevin Lee

The Fujifilm X100T autofocus system isn’t the most reliable in the world, which is a big problem for a street-shooting camera. More than a few times it would lag and miss the shot even in decent light on a cloudy day. That said, when it does nail focus the X100T is lightening quick and almost as fast as an Fujifilm...

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Fuji X100T : Initial Thoughts

Fuji seem to have really hit the mark with the X100T. They’ve corrected just about all the niggles from the original X100 (yes, I’m thinking of that battery gauge when I say “just about”) and added practical features which enhance the shooting experience. This is an update which seems to be more about the ease and pleasure of use than...