First Fujifilm X100F reviews, sample images, and hands-on videos now available online. Here is an additional coverage of Fuji’s latest premium mirrorless shooter.
The X100F is the fourth-generation model in the lineup. It features a 24.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS III image sensor. ISO up to 12,800 with number of focusing points has been expanded from 49 in previous models to 91.
If you are a new user of Fuji X100F, please refer here to download the User’s Manual. Now let’s have a look at the first Fujifilm X100F reviews.
Fujifilm X100F Reviews, Samples, Hands-on Videos
The premium fixed-lens camera received the Gold Award from DRPreview with a score of 83%. They find the image quality excellent both in Raw and JPEG. The cons of the X100F is as usual the AF speed. They say it is not up to contemporary standards. You can read the full review here.
The X100F’s combination of image quality, usability and styling make it the best in the series yet. It’s still a niche camera, but this latest version’s limitations stem primarily from its design, rather than its implementation. A true photographers’ camera.
Photoreview gave the fixed-length premium compact camera overall score of 8.8. The Photo Fundamentalist (Part2) released a X100F review saying “Image quality appears to be absolutely fantastic”.
We continue to the X100F reviews with an in-depth article from PhotographyBlog. 4.5 out of 5, their conclusion is:
Ultimately, there’s a hell of a lot to like, if not love, about the Fujifilm X100F. It’s a beautiful camera, is great to use and produces lovely images – there’s just a couple of reasons which means it stops just short of perfection. If you’re looking to save money, take at the look at the still excellent X100T, or even the X100S or original X100.
ePhotozine posted their expert review for the camera. Their verdict says “The Fujifilm X100F offers a unique shooting experience, and the exceptional image quality to match“.
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