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Fuji FinePix X100T Camera Black 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
- World's first Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder, complete with Electronic Rangefinder
- Increased operability with the 1/3 stop aperture ring, command dial, 4-way controller, and seven Fn buttons
- Built in Wi-Fi for shooting from your smartphone or tablet devices
- New Classic Chrome Film Simulation
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|Connectivity Technology||Yes||Yes||Bluetooth; Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Display Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||16.3||24.3 megapixels||24.3 megapixels||16.2 megapixels||20.1|
|Has Image Stabilization||No||No||No||No||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||12.7 x 5.4 x 7.4 cm||5.28 x 12.65 x 7.48 cm||4.27 x 12.13 x 7.39 cm||3.6 x 11.7 x 6.3 cm||—|
|Item Weight||400 grams||469 grams||467 grams||221 grams||263 grams|
|Max Focal Length||35 mm||23 mm||—||18.33 mm||70 mm|
|Min Focal Length||35 mm||23 mm||23 mm||18.3 mm||24 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16.3||24.3 megapixels||24.3 megapixels||16 megapixels||20.1|
|Removable Memory||Secure Digital Card; Secure Digital Card||Secure Digital Card||Secure Digital Card; Secure Digital Card||Secure Digital Card; Secure Digital Card||Memory Stick|
|Special Feature||Serial Shot Mode^Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority||Auto Focus (AF) lock; Auto focusing (AF) modes: Continuous Auto Focus, Single Auto Focus; Battery charger included; Battery life:270 shots; Bluetooth; Built-in microphone; Contrast adjustment; Custom colour; Dioptre correction; Hand strap; Handheld remote control; Light metering: Centre-weighted, Evaluative (Multi-pattern), Spot; Operating temperature range:0 - 40 °C; Saturation adjustment; Self-timer; Self-timer:Copper ethernet cabling technology: 2,10 s; Sill image capture resolution:6000 x 4000, 6000 x 3376, 4000 x 4000, 4240 x 2832, 4240 x 2384, 2832 x 2832, 3008 x 2000, 3008 x 1688, 2000 x 2000; Video recording; Voice recording; lens structure:8/6||Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||Serial Shot Mode; Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||Serial Shot Mode; Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority|
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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
- A fast 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.
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.
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.
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 than ever before.
Li-ion battery NP-95
Battery charger BC-65N
Metal strap clip
Clip attaching tool
Owner's Manual(Basic Operations)
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The X100T is pretty much the same camera as the X100. The images are slightly better and the image IS more like a traditional film image when you zoom in on it. The autofocus is now instant on the X100T and works perfectly. My personal opinion is that the menu system is better on the X100 than the X100T but that's personal taste, I suppose.
I was gutted when I lost my X100 so was pleases when I found out it was insured and I could replace it ... with another X100 (albeit the newer T model).
This year I decided that I was fed up carrying the very heavy DSLR camera and lenses around, and wanted to move back to something that was more portable, but also something that removed a lot of the decisions (which lens etc) from my photography so I could focus on the more important aspects of composition and just having fun!
So I dusted off the X100 and updated the firmware and found I had a very capable little performer, but it was still a little sluggish in operation, so I investigated the alternatives. Two cameras jumped to the top of the list - the Leica Q, and the X100T. I put in a pre-order for the Leica Q, and to fill the 3 month waiting time, I ordered myself a x100T to see how it faired.
Long story short - I've cancelled my pre-order for the Leica - the X100T is an amazing bit of kit.
Physical handling is very much the same as the original with one major exception; it is still a very solid camera, and while where have been small adjustments to the dials, 1/3rd stops on aperture, +/- 3 on exposure composition etc, it builds on the same very successful form factor of the original - which is great. The major difference in handling are the buttons on the back - mast improvement over the original (and x100s); firm, solid, better placement - combined with the bigger and better screen, the external handling of the camera is now spot on. I have no complaints what so ever.
In use, both the auto and manual focus modes are very strong; very quick to lock-on AF, the phase detection zone on the sensor (centre 9 points only) is great at getting a good fix every time, first time, and the manual focus is so very simple and intuitive, it's better than the DSLR I've just given up. Two key aids here are the mini display in the bottom right corner of the Optical Viewfinder that shows a live zoom off the focus point, and when using the EVF, the fact that the camera zooms in to the focus point on the as soon as you touch the focussing ring in MF mode. This means that, intuitively, the camera is putting the tools at your disposal without you needing to do anything. Very slick.
JPEGS are great out of the camera as you would expect, and the film simulation modes are nicely supplemented with the addition of the Kodachrome simulation (these are more than just a simple 'adjust saturation by -20' simulations - they are tone mapped throughout, more akin to the VSCO presets you can get for Lightroom).
I'd read up about a number of issues around the X-TRANS sensor the Fuji X series use when processing raw files in Adobe, and I'm happy to say that the latest update to Lightroom / Camera RAW appear to have addressed any significant issues.
This is a very capable camera - you will have to learn how to use it to get the best from it, but it puts all the tools you need at your fingertips, is built to last and looks good into the bargain too.