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Fuji FinePix X100T Camera Silver 16.3MP 3.0LCD FHD 23mm Wide Lens WiFi

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  • APS-C size X-Trans CMOS II sensor with high speed EXR processor II image processing engine
  • Enhanced Hybrid Viewfinder, complete with Electronic Rangefinder
  • Increased operability with the 1/3 stop aperture ring, command dial, four way controller, and seven Fn buttons
  • Built in Wi-Fi for shooting from your smartphone or tablet devices
  • Chrome Film Simulation

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Review summary from DPReview

DPReview Silver Award
March 2015
There's still nothing else on the market that offers the same combination of image quality and shooting experience, thanks to its direct controls and clever viewfinder.

Personal takes

Dale Baskin Dale Baskin DPReview
The Fujifilm X100T represents a great balance between modern technology and classic design, providing excellent image quality along with a classic camera shooting experience. Add in the beautiful colours of Fujifilm's Classic Chrome film simulation and it's easy to see why so many photographers love this camera.
Barney Britton Barney Britton DPReview
The X100T might not look like a massive update to the X100S, but the changes that Fujifilm has made result in a camera that's meaningfully more pleasant to use. Image quality is unchanged but an improved EVF, electronic shutter option and redesigned ergonomics all make for a very refined user experience.
Dan Bracaglia Dan Bracaglia DPReview
The X100T offers a straight-forward shooting experience, reminiscent of the days of film. It's unobtrusive, quiet and offers classic controls with a very sharp f/2 lens.

Reasons to buy

  • Great image quality: Sharp, detailed images with beautiful colour and flexible Raw files.
  • Excellent shooting experience: Clever dual-mode viewfinder and direct controls make for an engaging experience
  • Full featured: In-camera Raw conversion, Wi-Fi and DR modes make it easy to optimise and share images

Things to consider

  • Autofocus a little slow: Very usable but not up to the latest standards
  • Video quality is disappointing: Features have been improved but the footage is still below-par
  • X-Trans design limits Raw converter choice: Unique sensor isn't well supported by all common conversion software
Notable features
F2, 35mm equiv. lens
F2, 35mm equiv. lens
The X100T shares the same F2, 35mm equivalent lens as its predecessor. The lens has a built-in ND filter as well as an electronic shutter for silent shooting.
Hybrid EVF
Hybrid EVF
The X100T's advanced hybrid viewfinder can be optical or electronic, with numerous overlays available if you're using the former.
Manual aperture ring
Manual aperture ring
There's no need to deal with buttons or menus - the ring around the lens lets you adjust the aperture almost instantly.
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Product details

Colour: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 5.4 x 7.4 cm ; 399 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: FUJ1535
  • ASIN: B00NEBL18M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Sept. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,889 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Fujifilm X100T Camera

Why You’ll Love the X100T

  • The third generation of the professional X100 Series, the X100T reflects the feedback from customers in each and every part
  • World’s first Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder with Electronic rangefinder *1
  • 16.3-megapixel APS-C size X-Trans CMOS II sensor
  • High-speed EXR Processor II with Phase Detection
  • FUJINON 23mm F2 lens (35 mm in 35 mm format equivalent)
  • Interval shooting
  • The world’s fastest electronic shutter at 1/32000 sec
  • 3-inch LCD (1.04M-dot)
  • Built-in Super Intelligent Flash
  • Classic Chrome film simulation and 11 other simulation modes
  • 7 Customisable Function (Fn) buttons
  • Customisable Q button for frequently used menu items
  • 8 Advanced Art Filters
  • Full HD Video (60fps, 50fps, 30fps, 25fps and 24fps)
  • Videos shooting with the optical viewfinder *1
  • Remote shooting from your tablet or smartphone via the Fujifilm camera remote app
  • Enhanced wireless functions including Wi-Fi image transfer, direct print to Instax share and PC Autosave
  • Available in both black and two-tone black and silver

*1 As of August 2014. Fujifilm research.

Fujifilm X100T Viewfinder

The World’s First Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder, Complete with Electronic Rangefinder

The optical viewfinder can simultaneously display the focus area by using the built-in ND filter. Users simply need to turn the camera’s focusing ring for a mechanical rangefinder-style view. Additionally, Focus Peaking and Digital Split Image modes can be selected and the magnification of the focused area can be changed.

With the optical viewfinder, Real-time Parallax Correction has also been added to ensure more accurate framing. Parallax error, which occurs during close-up shooting, is automatically corrected in real time so users no longer having to reframe after focusing.

Fujifilm X100T Increased Operability

Increased operability

Until now, setting the aperture in 1/3 steps needed to be done using the command lever. Now, it is done using the aperture ring. Also, the command lever has been changed to a command dial, and ith the addition of a four-way controller, operability has been dramaticaly improved. The X100T is also equipped with seven Fn buttons, each one of which is customisable, while the rear LCD has been ungraded to 1.04M-dot 3-inch monitor, greatly improving visibility.

Fujifilm X100T Classic Chrome Simulation

Classic Chrome Film Simulation Mode

Fujifilm’s unique Film Simulation modes that mimic the effects of photographic films help users to reproduce warm skin tones, bright blue skies and rich green trees. Classic Chrome, which delivers muted tones and deep colours, has been added to the existing selection.

Featuring a Fast Electronic Shutter at 1/32000 sec., Expanding the Shooting Range

A completely silent electronic shutter that is capable of exposures up to 1/32000 second has been added. Photos with a shallow depth of field can now be shot with the aperture wide open on snowy fields or the beach under clear skies. As there are no mechanically operated parts, natural expressions of animals and sleeping babies can be captured more easily.

Box Contains

Li-ion battery NP-95
Battery charger BC-65N
Shoulder strap
USB cable
Lens cap
Metal strap clip
Protective cover
Clip attaching tool
Owner's Manual(Basic Operations)

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Colour: Black Verified Purchase
I am a Leica M3, Nikon D40, Ricoh GRD IV and Ricoh GR owner. Lover of street photography and someone who rarely looks at what pictures he is taking because I hold my camera at arms length and waist height to be more discreet. So 1 out of 15 pictures are worth keeping. It's my 50th birthday soon and I fancied a new camera with a budget of up to £1400. Started looking at the Sony A7's but can't hold and take pictures in one hand. Also decided early on that I didn't want to carry lenses everywhere. So I looked at the LX100 and RX100 III. Both very nice cameras, easy to hold in one hand and zoom lenses too boot. But I read an expert review which suggested the LX100 was nowhere as good as my GR when it came to image quality. Why get a camera that is no better than your existing one? Why get a camera that's the same size? This information threw me into a new search orbit. I started to study the Nikon D5500 and the D7100. Not for single hand use and the need to carry lenses but I have a whole bunch of beautiful lenses that I could use from my D40. One afternoon, while at a conference in Brussels, I messaged my wife to tell her I was going to buy the D7100. I logged onto Amazon and as if my hand was possessed, I watched it click on the Fuji X100T. Fell back into my chair and felt a wave of happiness with my surprise choice. Do I love this camera? It's like my fourth child. She goes everywhere with me, takes pictures of a quality I have not taken before - though B/W is no better that my GR - and feels like a Leica. A warm Leica. I am in awe. I know this isn't a very technical review but I'll leave that to the experts. This is a review about how the skin tones alone have made me fall in love with photography afresh.
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Colour: Black
I upgraded from the X100S recently and bought the X100T in silver. At the same time I sold all of my SLR equipment as it had been gathering dust as long as I had had the 'S'. ( the only thing i miss from the SLR kit is the Canon 10-22mm for wide-angle shots.)

The changes in the new camera are small but significant. The best one for me is that the spot metering now follows the focus point and the focus point can be controlled by the D-pad. this makes framing and exposure so much quicker.

The classic chrome jpeg setting is lovely. 1/3 stops on the aperture ring is great.

Also the q button has been moved to a position where the leather fuji case does not obstruct it.

The wifi transfer and app to remotely control the camera are great but i don't use them much.

Battery life is still average, but i always carry a couple of spares.

The quality of the photos is still awesome straight out of the camera.

Its amazing how quick you get used to manual zoom (actually moving closer or further away from the subject.)

I take it almost everywhere with me.

I cannot recommend it highly enough. Its amazing how quick you get used to manual zoom (actually moving closer or further away from the subject.)
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Colour: Black Verified Purchase
I was fed up with carrying lenses around, more fed up changing them ... I wanted to return to good old fashioned photography where I might have the camera ready for 'action' at all times. I travel by motorcycles, thousands of miles each year throughout Europe, even further afield. I organise motorcycle tours, I walk the hills and the river banks ... I wanted a good camera of the best quality. The X100T is this and more. I'm not going in to the technicalities of the camera, there are others better qualified. It is not a camera for a complete newby to photography, it is not a 'set on auto intelligence' kind of camera, you have to think with this Fuji, zoom with the feet, perhaps know a little about photography, but it takes cracking photographs, gives excellent results ... I'm highly impressed.

Don't overload it with gizmo's, extra screw on lenses or the like! OK maybe a lens hood if you must, but buy the Fuji lens hood, not cheap, but then it wasn't a cheap camera was it? I haven't been in a situation where I've needed the lens hood yet, I've just changed my position a fraction ... sorted. Keep it simple, use it and enjoy. Maybe the Fuji leather case for carrying over your shoulder, or a small camera bag so you can take it out for immediate use. The quality and handling of the Fuji X100T is as good as it gets in my book.

I just love it.
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Colour: Silver Verified Purchase
Simply outstanding. Much quicker AF than the X100S - that was the most significant update in my opinion, and it is really usable now in accurately capturing fast-moving subjects. Many useful tweaks and improvements overall in regard to its predecessor - wifi is a nice touch and so is the usb charging. Image quality has not changed and is still stellar and far better than many DSLRs in regard to skin tones. Low light performance is remarkable and allows one to hand-hold images at night with no flash. It's simply a pleasure to use and an excellent tool for creativity when you feel like pushing yourself into new territories. I also think for the money, it is very good value - sure you can get a DSLR, but this is a different animal and that fixed lens is a joy.
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This is my most recent camera purchase, and was preceded by firstly a Canon EOS 5D (with 3 L Series lenses), then a Panasonic GF1 (with 20mm permanently attached), and most recently a Panasonic GX1 (still just with 20mm). As you can see I have moved from very big/heavy kit, to small kit with single lens, to small kit with fixed lens (i.e. the Fuji).

I loved the two Panasonics and used them more than the 5D. And you'll be pleased to know that I love the Fuji even more.

Well what can I say - it is gorgeous! People who like old film cameras will think it is one, and pay you complements. Hipsters will love the rangefinder looks. Camera buffs will know what you've got and like it of course. Even non camera folk will love its individuality and classic styling. It is quite weighty for its size (450g approx. with battery (which is very close to the GX1 and 20mm lens at 400g). It feels very solid and all the buttons have a nice solid action (an improvement over the X100s which I had for a week!) The main attraction for me was the manual aperture ring which allows you to see and set the aperture even with the camera off. I'm sure it is actually controlling the aperture electronically (correct me if I'm wrong) but is a very nice touch. Ditto the shutter speed which is controlled with a top dial, even with camera off. My only wish would be for an ISO dial, but hey you can't have it all.
***In use
The physical aperture/shutter controls mean getting ready for a shot is easy, and adjusting on the fly even easier. The electronic viewfinder is sumptuous - never used one before, but if they're this good I'll never switch back. I have set it so the EVF turns on when my eye is to the viewfinder, and the screen switches on when I take my eye away.
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