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|Viewfinder Type||Optical, Electronic|
|Screen||3.0" LCD Rear Screen (1,040,000 pixels)|
|Photo DSLR - Diopter Adjustment||-2 to +1 m|
|Audio Recording||Built-in Mic: With Video, Stereo|
|Video Clip Length||Up to 27 Min|
|Video Recording||Yes, NTSC/PAL|
|Resolution||1920 x 1080p: 59.94 fps, 29.97 fps, 24 fps, 23.98 fps1920 x 1080p: 50 fps, 25 fps1280 x 720p: 59.94 fps, 29.97 fps, 24 fps, 23.98 fps1280 x 720p: 50 fps, 25 fps|
|Battery||1x NP-W126S Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 8.4 VDC, 1260 mAh|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||5.0 x 2.9 x 2.1" / 126.5 x 74.8 x 52.4 mm|
|Weight||1.03 lb / 469 g with battery and memory card|
|Focus Range||Normal: 3.94" (10 cm) - Infinity|
|Lens||8 elements in 6 groups1 AsphericalEFL: 23mm (35 mm equivalent: 35mm)Aperture: f/2 (W) - 16 (T)|
|Memory Card Type||SDSDHCSDXC|
|Sensor||APS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm) CMOS|
|File Formats||Still Images: JPEG, RAWMovies: MOV, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264Audio: Linear PCM (Stereo)|
|Max Resolution||6000 x 4000|
|Aspect Ratio||1:1, 3:2, 16:9|
|Maximum Effective Flash Range||0.98 - 29.53' (0.3 - 9 m)|
|Flash Modes||1st Curtain SyncCommanderManualOffSecond-curtain SyncSlow SyncTTL Auto|
|External Flash Connection||Hot Shoe|
|Continuous Shooting||Up to 8 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 60 frames in JPEG formatUp to 8 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 25 frames in raw formatUp to 5 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 68 frames in JPEG formatUp to 5 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 28 frames in raw formatUp to 4 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 73 frames in JPEG formatUp to 4 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 29 frames in raw formatUp to 3 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 81 frames in JPEG formatUp to 3 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 32 frames in raw format|
|White Balance Modes||Automatic Scene Recognition, Color Temperature, Custom, Daylight, Fluorescent (Cool White), Fluorescent (Daylight), Fluorescent (Warm White), Incandescent, Shade, Underwater|
|Exposure Modes||Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter PriorityCompensation: -5 EV to +5 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)|
|ISO Sensitivity||Auto, 200-12800 (Extended Mode: 100-51200)|
|Remote Control||RR-90 (Optional)|
|Self-Timer||10 Sec, 2 Sec|
|Exposure Metering||Average, Center-weighted, Multi, Spot, TTL 256-zones|
|Shutter||Type: MechanicalSpeed: 4 - 1/4000 second in Program ModeType: MechanicalSpeed: 30 - 1/4000 second, Time ModeType: MechanicalSpeed: 60 - 0 minute in Bulb ModeType: ElectronicSpeed: 30 - 1/32000 secondType: ElectronicSpeed: 1 - 1 second in Bulb ModeType: ElectronicSpeed: 1 - 1/32000 second in Time ModeType: Electronic & MechanicalSpeed: 4 - 1/32000 second in Program ModeType: Electronic & MechanicalSpeed: 30 - 1/32000 second, Time ModeType: Electronic & MechanicalSpeed: 60 - 0 minute in Bulb Mode|
|Operating/Storage Temperature||Operating32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)Humidity: 10 - 80%|
|Connectivity||2.5mm Sub-mini (2-Ring), HDMI D (Micro), Micro-USB, USB 2.0|
|Wi-Fi||Yes, 802.11b/g/n built-in|
To be honest, I was not planning on writing a review of the Fuji X100 camera. First, because the camera was sent to me in error. As I was preparing to send it back, I was asked if I wanted to try it out, so I agreed to check it out and ended up shooting with it for a week.
The highly anticipated Fujifilm X100 delivers the excellent image quality photo enthusiasts will demand from a $1200 camera, but it is not without its share of first-generation faults.
Very good images, color, Great features for serious shooters, Useful hybrid viewfinder
Cost, Slow write times, AF average to a bit slow
The X100 combines excellent image quality, solid build and a superb viewfinder with somewhat sluggish and quirky operation. It's been much improved by multiple firmware updates since its initial incarnation, and despite its flaws, is now a very likeable camera indeed.
Excellent sensor offering superb image quality even at high ISO settings, High quality lens with excellent cross-frame sharpness, and minimal distortion and chromatic aberration (although see Cons below), Exceptional build quality - extremely solid, yet not too heavy, Intuitive and straightforward...
Camera locks-up certain key functions for several seconds while writing to card (including ISO), Requires fastest possible SD cards to give tolerable write speeds when shooting raw, Several key features buried deep in the menus (Auto ISO configuration, ND filter, flash exposure compensation),...
Some Controls are difficult to use / manipulate Exposure Compensation dial is too easily turned when bumped or touched Fixed lens limits framing versatility Very Expensive No audio input for external mic The Fuji FinePix X100 is a rangefinder style digicam with a newly designed EXR system featuring...
Heavy, Solid Feel, Unique Rangefinder body style, Designed for users with manual camera knowledge, High Quality Fixed lens, Outstanding overall image quality, Robust shooting performance, Hybrid Viewfinder is useful and a pleasure to use, LCD is an excellent shooting and viewing option, Excellent...
Some Controls are difficult to use / manipulate, Exposure Compensation dial is too easily turned when bumped or touched, Fixed lens limits framing versatility, Very Expensive, No audio input for external mic
Are there better cameras that cost less than the $1199 price tag? I’m sure there are. But there aren’t many that can match the sturdy build, good looks, and great performance in such a package smaller than a digital SLR.
+ Looks great, + Feels great, + Smaller than a full-size digital SLR
- More expensive than your ordinary digital camera, - No zoom; can't change lens, - If you want a petite camera, look elsewhere, - No auto-intelligent-preprogrammed-whizbang features, - If you take a lousy picture, you only have yourself to blame
Contra:- LCD resolution lower than modern SLR screens (460,000 RGB dots instead of 921.000 pixels)- high price Test results by Betternet, in affiliation with Shutterbug via the TIPA membership connection.
The Fuji Finepix X100 is a uniquely intriguing camera. Its inconspicuous analog-camera look is alluring for its quantity of buttons and dials, promising efficiency while shooting. A one-of-a-kind hybrid viewfinder lets it have an EVF and an optical-tunnel viewfinder in the same place.
Superb image quality in compact size, Extremely low noise, Very good sharpness from wide-open, Flexible rendition of colors and tones, Bright lens with F/2 maximum aperture, Real aperture ring, Leaf-Shutter allows High-Speed-Sync, Built-In 3-Stop ND Filter, Plenty of external controls, Inconspicuous...
Sluggish autofocus system, Slow manual focus ring, Severe yellow cast under tungsten lighting, Live-Histogram shows metered exposure, Previews metered exposure, not actual, Clear but pointless OVF, Two dials needed per exposure parameter, No AE-L with MF, Illogical and under-used button functions,...
If you have the bucks and you want the best photo quality possible, the Fujifilm FinePix X100 delivers. But definitely try before you buy to make sure the focusing systems won't make you crazy.
Thanks to great photo quality, a clever hybrid viewfinder, and a cool, retro design, there's a lot to like about the Fujifilm FinePix X100 .
Sluggish performance, especially for such a high-priced camera, and a frustrating navigation control make shooting with the camera a lot less fluid than it should be.
Use the LEICA strap . It attaches easily, and works great. Be sure to use a UV filter over the lens . The non-recessed lens of the X100 is highly vulnerable to damage without one.
The X100 is a truly pioneering camera that has brought retro styling back to market in a big way. Though retro styling aside the real beauty of the X100 is that it offers the market a relatively inexpensive rangefinder camera that delivers incredible image quality from a large APS CMOS sensor.
This is a great camera and I'd recommend it to anyone. This size and weight is perfect, the lens is sharp and the sensor is excellent producing great image quality. The shooting controls are easy to get to and are mechanical making this one of the easiest cameras to work with and with the...