CAMERA HAS THE X-FACTOR
This latest entry into Fujifilm’s X Series is not a radical change but an improvement on an already impressive design.
Fans of the X Series cameras like them for good reason. They are solid with a wonderful retro style and features aimed at those who want full control of their photography.
The X100T has a 16.3megapixel sensor and a fixed 23mm f2-f16 lens. It can shoot six frames per second, it has an ISO range expandable up to 51,200 and a fixed 3-inch touchscreen.
Like previous models, the settings for shutter speed and exposure control are dials on top and you adjust your aperture with a ring around the lens. One difference is that the exposure compensation extends to plus or minus three stops. Another significant change is obvious when you look through the viewfinder.
There is nothing old-school about this viewfinder, with a toggle switch that puts a small digital screen into the corner with an enlarged area of the focus zone.
If you’re someone who would rather use manual focus, this is a feature to love.
Other improvements include remote shooting from a smartphone using wi-fi and film simulation designed to imitate Classic Chrome.
This is not a camera for those who want to point and shoot but for lovers of the photography process.
$1749 / FUJIFILM.COM.AU