Let’s look at the first impression reviews, sample photographs and manuals after Fuji X100F announcement. But before X100F coverage, the comparison articles we wrote about the new X100F may interest you.
The fourth-generation X100F features a 24.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS III image sensor. The sensor offers a native base ISO of 200 up to ISO 12,800. The AF system has also been revamped. The number of focusing points has been expanded from 49 in previous models to 91 (up to 325 points). The Fuji X100F does offer up to +/-5 EV exposure compensation, which can be accessed by setting the EC dial to the “C” setting and adjusting the compensation with the on-screen menu.
Fujifilm X100F first impressions, sample images
Yes, Fuji users have finally met with the X100F, and this premium compact camera selling like hot cakes in major US stores. Download the X100F User’s Manual from here.
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|Fujifilm X100F||$1,299||Amazon | B&H | Adorama|
Reidreviews.com posted a review of a full production level X100F with illustrations converted from RAF in Lightroom. First part of the review includes AF system of the camera.
Check out the X100F sample images from several websites. Fuji has posted 6 high-resolution sample photographs with EXIF information. PhotographyBlog, StreetBounty and Dpreview posted a gallery of sample images taken with the premium compact shooter.
When we look at the first X100F reviews, Cameralabs has posted first preview with sample images in this Flickr album. A must read articles from Jonas Rask : Fujifilm X100F Review – Fantastic Fourth and Adrian Murray : 2 months with the X100F.
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