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Fujifilm X100T 16 MP Digital Camera (Silver)
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- APS-C 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II Sensor w/ EXR Processor II
- Newly developed Electronic Viewfinder allows for highly accurate manual focus (ERF)
- NEW Electronic Shutter 1/32000 sec.
- New Classic Chrome Mode expands Film Simulation Modes to 11 modes
- Full HD Movies - 60fps, 50fps, 30fps, 25fps, 24pfs with exposure adjustment,If Optical viewfinder is blurry possible adjustable diopter needed to be adjusted.
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The thrill of control. The passion for shooting
First, photographers had to be a master of their camera to produce great work. Then, anyone could become a photographer thanks to advances in technology. Now, a camera has been created that leaves all the control in the hands of the photographer, but backs it up with advanced technology. The FUJIFILM X100T. Packed with new features such as the world's first electronic rangefinder – a high-quality fusion of optics and electronics – and the Classic Chrome mode, offering the simulation of a classic film style, photographers can combine their passion for shooting with the thrill of controlling their camera once more.
Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder
For the first time ever; highly accurate manual focusing in an optical viewfinder. The simultaneous display of the EVF area on the screen of the optical viewfinder enables accurate focusing in real time.
All you need to do is to turn the focus ring and bring the subject in the EVF area into focus, just like focusing with a rangefinder. In addition, Focus Peaking and Digital Split Image* can be selected and the magnification of the focused area can be changed.
Real-time parallax correction
The hybrid viewfinder, a key selling point of the FUJIFILM X100 series, has been further evolved. Parallax, the gap between the shooting range frame and actual shooting range when shooting close up, is automatically corrected in real time. Reframing after focusing is no longer necessary.
Maximizing the power of APS-C-sized X-Trans CMOS II sensor
The FUJIFILM X100T's large APS-C-sized 16M X-Trans CMOS II sensor features an original color filter array with a highly random pattern that minimizes moire and color aberrations, eliminating the need for an optical low-pass filter (OLPF). The result is image quality that rivals a full-frame sensor.
EXR Processor II — Double the processing speed of the previous generation
Faster together — the X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR Processor II. The adoption of the dual CPU and improved computational performance has doubled the processing speed when compared with the previous generation processor**, the start-up time has also improved to only approx. 0.5 sec.*** Working in tandem with the high-speed signal readout of the X-Trans CMOS II sensor, the processor reduces the shooting interval to 0.5 sec.*4 and shutter time lag to 0.05 sec.
23mm F2 Single Focal Length Lens
The best image quality without compromise, packed into a slim compact body that you want to take everywhere with you... These were the aims when the FUJIFILM X100T was being developed. And they have been achieved through the incorporation of a newly developed, non-interchangeable, non-collapsible, fixed focal length lens. While featuring the generous brightness of a maximum F2 aperture, the large-diameter rear lens group is integrated into the body for an ultra-slim profile. In addition, the optimization of the sensor for this special lens fully exploits the advantage of a fixed focal length lens for superior edge-to-edge image quality.
Optical Design with a Priority on Performance
The simple all-glass lens configuration (6 groups/8 elements) is designed around a single high-performance double-sided aspheric lens. Uncompromising image quality is assured by the application of multi-layer HTC-EBC(High Transmittance Electoron Beam Coating) coating and other technologies. The result is perfectly balanced optical excellence promising low aberrations, sharp resolution and faithful color reproduction.
Capture superb 'Bokeh' effects with the 9-blade aperture diaphragm
Providing a circular opening at the largest aperture, the 9-blade aperture diaphragm lets you capture pleasingly defocused background effects. Even with a slightly wide angle, the background is softly out of focus while the foreground is sharply defined.
The Built-in ND Filter
Equivalent to 3-steps, the ND filter in the FUJIFILM X100T lens reduces the amount of light to 1/8. In situations where the light is very strong but you want to shoot at a slow shutter speed or do not desire to close the aperture, the built-in ND filter captures the flow of water or flowers swaying in the breeze in bright sunlight or professional portraits with a beautiful defocused background.
Film Simulation — adding impact and depth to photos.
80 years of photo film research adds up to color reproduction that's second to none. Over decades of film manufacture Fujifilm has perfected the skill of color reproduction and it lives on in the FUJIFILM X00T. Pleasing skin tones, natural blues and greens, and the ability to perfectly record the diversity of white balance conditions throughout the day are all taken in the camera's stride, and it also boasts a wide dynamic range for better reproduction of detail. With Film Simulation, you can choose from classic Fujifilm photo styles, and give your pictures varied color and tone to suit the subject, just like pros did with film. There's standard PROVIA, vivid Velvia, and ASTIA with its true-to-life skin tones; PRO Neg.Std and PRO Neg.Hi, which are portrait modes based on professional color negative film; and Monochrome expression with three different filter effects as well as Sepia.
The new Classic Chrome mode replicates classic color from the film genre
A sixth choice has been added to Film Simulation, which gives a unique luster and depth to photos; Classic Chrome. Classic Chrome was inspired by feedback and requests from X Series photographers and its look is inspired by printed images in magazines from the glory days of photo journalism, rather than a specific film type.
With slightly muted tones and deep color reproduction, it's a clear departure from the existing five types.
Rather than a pure record of the scene, Classic Chrome offers photographers a more expressive, and artistic look to their shots.
High-speed 1/32,000sec electronic shutter
The brand new electronic shutter delivers ultra-high-speed exposures up to 1/32000sec. Shallow depth-of-field effects can now be shot with the aperture wide open even in snow or on the beach under clear skies. As there are no mechanically operated parts, there is no shutter sound so natural expressions of animals and sleeping babies can be captured more easily than ever before.
Focus with a Touch with the new smart application - FUJIFILM Camera Remote
With the new dedicated 'FUJIFILM Camera Remote' application, you can focus and trigger the camera release from your smartphone or tablet. The app not only lets you adjust focus, but also control settings like shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation and ISO sensitivity. You can even apply other settings like Film Simulation, self-timer, and flash while 'Touch AF' lets you focus from your phone or tablet, too. Imagine all the situations where this smart assistant will come in handy! Take commemorative group photos with yourself in the shot, capture wildlife photos, or remotely release the shutter for night shots free from camera shake.The photographic possibilities are endless.
Choose a cinematic tone for Full HD movies
Frame rates can be selected from 60fps, 50fps, 30fps, 25fps and 24fps for Full HD movies, supporting worldwide motion picture formats. It is also possible to change the settings of aperture, shutter speed, and exposure compensation while shooting a movie. Just as with still images, program, aperture priority, shutter priority and manual modes can be selected, as well as film simulation modes. Various expressions can be enjoyed such as a documentary style with Classic Chrome.
Three focal lengths with image quality and brightness comparable to that of full-size SLR interchang
In addition to the popular 28mm* wide-conversion lens** that thoroughly controls the decline of peripheral resolution and the increase of distortion, a 50mm* tele-conversion lens** that secures the right amount of luminescence in the surroundings and bright F-value and produces excellent bokeh, has been released.
By simply selecting these two lenses in the menu, the bright frame equivalent to the field of view is displayed in the optical viewfinder. The coordination of the 3 lenses offers high image quality and color reproduction comparable to that of interchangeable lenses. The strenuously developed lens barrel design presents an excellent sense of unity when the lens is attached as if it was an orignal lens.
The thrill of control. The passion for shooting. First, photographers had to be a master of their camera to produce great work. Then, anyone could become a photographer thanks to advances in technology. Now, a camera has been created that leaves all the control in the hands of the photographer, but backs it up with advanced technology. The FUJIFILM X100T. Packed with new features such as the world's first electronic rangefinder - a high-quality fusion of optics and electronics - and the Classic Chrome mode, offering the simulation of a classic film style, photographers can combine their passion for shooting with the thrill of controlling their camera once more.
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I am a Nikon shooter, going back to 70's. I still shoot film with my Nikon F100 and Contax G2. I switched to Digital in 2000 when Nikon came out with D1x. My current Digital setup is a Nikon D800 and a D600. I always wanted a Digital G2 so I tried the Fuji X-pro1 when it came out and I hated it. So I got a Sony NEX-7 as a take-every-where camera. Was not happy with the NEX's Menu system and controls but it did the job. Fast forward to November 2014. With some hesitation, I ordered the X100T. Now lets talk about this thing.
Ignore every thing you read about X100 or X100s. If you are interested in this camera ignore all reviews done before X100T.
First and foremost it is a very good APS-C sensor camera. It dose what it should do and IQ is right up there with the best of APS-C world. But it is more than that when it come to usability and handling. It works and feels like a film camera and it is a pleasure to use.
The build quality is great and feels solid even though it is lighter than I thought it would be. But when my wife picked it up she said it was heavier than she thought. Oh well.
Auto focus is there, both accuracy and speed. IQ is there. ISO performance is there.
The manual focus system is a dream to use. Even though it is just a Fly by Wire focus adjustment. The manual focus ring feels like it is mechanical and it is dampened. Kudos to Fuji for getting it. It makes you want to turn off the autofocus so that you can just play with the manual focus ring.
One of my biggest disappointments with X-pro1 was the Fly-By-Wire focus systems's delayed feed back. The X100T has a very direct and quick feed back.
Now if you have had X100 or X100s and really liked it. You will love X100T. The new OVF improvements alone is worth the upgrade. And lots of small improvements with everything else. The new LCD in OVF is not a gimmick, even though at first I thought it was but it really works.
And If you are like me and new to Fuji X world, think about this, a good 35mm-f1.8 lens from Nikon will cost you almost $600.00 and you have to change lenses. I hate changing lenses. This 35mm f2.0 camera always is ready to be used. And it fits in my bag in the same hole as my 35mm lens. -- Any way enough soap boxing.
The WiFi works. I was really surprised that it did work out of the box and with no fuss. I have had so many bad experiences with WiFi connected devices that I was not going to even test it but being a technology geek I just could not help myself.
It plane worked and it was fast. You can look at the images while they are in the camera from the iPhone, you can control the Camera (tethering with lots of controls) and you can download the images to the iPhone and post them online with in seconds.
Not much bad to report, I have only a few small negative things to say.
1-The Exposure metering system is not as good as the Nikon system. It is not even as good as the entry level D3300. But it is very useable and the ergonomics of the camera is such a way that it allows me to use the exposure compensation on the fly to adjust the exposure. It will take some time to get used to it like any other camera. One helpful thing is that it has WYSIWYG live view capability and I can gage the exposure quickly.
2- Another issue is the battery life. But I think I may not be a good judge here since most of my experience comes from DSLRs and SLRs which usually all have a great battery life but I think this is a bit on the low side.
3- The on/off button is on the mushy side but all the other buttons and Dials are excellent.
Believe it or not that is it.
So, If you are a film generation Photographer you should get this Camera. You will be doing your self a big favor. It is so much fun to use. I hope this help some of you, make up your minds.
A friend called and was upset that his new X100t was overexposing at f2 and he could consistently reproduce the problem.
Asked if I had the same issue. Actually I do, But it is by design.
Fuji X100t like any other Leaf Shutter system. Has limitation on how fast it can open and close the Leaf shutters. So the Camera limits the shutter speed to 1/1000 sec at f2. This will push the camera to over expose images if the scene is very bright. That is why Fuji includes a 3 stop ND filter. You can activated the filter in the menu if you have to shoot at f2 in bright light. You can also assign the ND function to one of the 7 function keys if you get in to that situation a lot.
So I thought I post the info here in case you did not know that. I could not find any info online to point him to, so if any one knows more feel free to add to the comments.
I mainly shoot in Aperture mode and just about take pictures of everything that catches my eye. I enjoy taking pictures of people, animals, gardens, food/restaurants, buildings/architecture, landscapes, etc. Okay, I've mentioned I'm a Nikon user now let's move on to my experience with this wonderful Fujifilm camera.
I originally looked at getting the previous model, X100s. Then I saw rumors that a new model would be coming out later this year. I decided to "wait and see". I'm glad I did. I ordered this camera from my local big box store (as Amazon was sold out of the silver model). In the meantime, I ordered an extra battery, an adapter, and a 49mm B+W Clear Nano Coating filter here on Amazon. Yes I'm a big fan of B+W filters.
After receiving and unboxing the camera...I was surprised how good it felt in my hands. It's definitely a beautiful camera. It has a solid feel. The buttons and dials are well placed. To me...very intuitive. The silver is a nice change for me and really stands out from my other black cameras.
I charged the battery and the initial charge was around 2.5 hours. My back up battery took the same amount of time.
There is a learning curve in using this camera. For me it's with the menu system. While the menus are intuitive, I still have to get out of the Nikon-menu mode I'm so familiar with. Not a big issue. If I'm not mistaken, this camera has a lot of settings and user configurations and that's a good thing to have.
I've taken a few test shots (when time allows) and I'm still doing a bit of "learning" with this camera. Did I mention that this is my first Fujifilm camera?
I'm glad I made this purchase. I'm going to enjoy growing with this camera and learning it's capabilities.
I've been looking for a wrist strap and a fun bag to carry this in.
I will be back to update my review as I uncover additional accessories and camera usage. I do know some of you would like to see pictures as well. Stay tuned!
** 11/19/14: Using the Remote Control via iPhone **
I downloaded the Fujifilm Camera Remote app for IOS. I was able to sync/connect my iPhone 5s with my camera. In the camera menu, go to the WiFi Connection setting to turn on. On the iPhone go to WiFi settings and the FujiFilm X100T will appear. Make the connection. I went into the FCR app and I was able to use the remote control feature from my iPhone and take pictures with the camera. In remote control on the iPhone you can see what the camera can see. When I pressed the shutter release on my iPhone, I could hear the camera focus and then take the picture. Other options in this app includes Browse the Camera, Receive, and Geotagging. I'll be back to update my findings.
** 11/20/14 **
I was looking for decent wrist strap that was durable, functional, and be able to thread through the camera's eyelet. I found a Joby JB01271-PWW DSLR Wrist Strap (Charcoal) here on Amazon. It's a braided nylon cord with a "stopper" that automatically adjusts around my wrist. The cord loosens when needed and when I pull up my wrist away from the camera, the stopper automatically tightens around my wrist. I was able to thread the flat part of the cord through the camera's included metal triangle strap clip and protective leather cover. Unfortunately, I'm having an issue with uploading pictures here in this camera's gallery. Will keep trying....
** 11/21/14 **
The battery that came with the camera is white. The battery (backup) I ordered here on Amazon is a light gray color. They are both Fujifilm brand and both say "NP-95". Amazon carries the two Fujifilm batteries (light gray and white). They call the white battery a newer model. Not sure what the real difference is.
Update: the gray Fuji brand battery I've purchased through Amazon is starting to separate at the top. Not good for a Fuji product. I suspect is was a really old battery. I went ahead and ordered the white Fuji brand battery. Initial charge took 3 hours. I would highly recommend ordering the newer white Fuji brand battery over the older gray version. Plus the newer battery comes with a vinyl type case that protects the battery when traveling.
** 11/23/14 **
I'm still enjoying my new camera. Still have a bit of learning curve to go through (buttons and menu). Learning the "Q" button and the quick configurations I can make versus going through the menu. Getting used to the EVF/OVF which I enjoy using.
I plan on taking some time and go on an adventure with this camera. That's the only way I can test, learn, and do any tweaks to the camera settings that I need to make. That's the process I've used with my Nikon cameras.
Overall, I haven't had any issues with focus. It's quite fast and accurate. My experience so far? The camera is a joy to use. :)
** 11/25/14 **
I was able to customize the "Q" button to include certain menu settings I would change often (e.g. face detection, AF mode, silent mode, etc). This is a great feature on the camera when I need to make adjustments on the fly and not have to go through the menu and try to remember where things are. Learning more and more about the camera and liking the results I'm seeing in my pictures.
** 11/30/14 **
I'm finding my average battery life is around 200 pictures. That includes reviewing pictures, making menu/configuration changes, and using the wifi and the Fujifilm PhotoReceiver app to transfer pictures to my iPhone/iPad. BTW, this is another great app from Fujifilm. I do expect my battery life to improve as I become more confident in using the camera and know what to expect.
I've used the Velvia mode with beautiful results. The colors are vibrant and pop out!
I've been using this camera in low light situations with great results. The focus is fast. I've also turned on face detection with wonderful results.
** 12/05/14 **
I had an opportunity to take my camera on a trip. It takes beautiful landscape pictures captured during the day and night time. The camera did not hesitate on focusing in low light. The camera feels great in my hands and the menu system has become intuitive to me. A joy to use. Update: for this trip I had my Nikon D600 DSLR and my Fujifilm X100T with me. I shot mainly with my D600 and then captured a few shots with the X100T. The pictures from my X100T were impressive. This is a fun camera to use.
BTW, the Fujifilm PhotoReceiver is a great iOS app. I like the ability to pick a few pictures and download them to my iPad/iPhone. I'm spoiled.
** 12/10/14 **
Since I carry this camera everywhere I go, I've been looking for a case. One that I can throw in my purse. I've added close to 1/2" to the lens area by installing the adapter and the B+W Clear Nano filter. I had my eye on the Fuji Leather case that fits the X100S version, but decided to wait and see if they come out with one for the X100T. In the meantime, I've ordered an Op/Tech soft case/pouch here on Amazon. I will be back with an update on this case and the specifics.
Update: I've ordered an Op/Tech Soft Pouch-Photo/Electronics in size: wide body medium. It fits my camera with accessories mentioned in the paragraph above. It's a snug fit, but the material (neoprene) is stretchy and fits around the camera nicely. The camera slides in sideways into the case and the side flap buckles into the base of the case. My wrist strap can be tucked inside the case or left out to carry my camera inside the case. The back of the case has a belt clip for those who would like to wear this at their waist. This is the smallest form fitting case I've found so far. Nice that I can drop this into my bag or backpack. Not as bulky as some of the other cases I've seen at my local camera shop.
** 12/19/14 **
I wanted to comment about the on/off switch on my camera. It does move easily. Sometimes a bit too easy. I notice it more when I place my camera into or remove it from my case. Removing it from my case is not an issue as I would want the camera on to take a picture. I'm more careful to check the switch after I place it into my case.
It's not a big issue for me as I will also accidently brush against my Nikon DSLR's on/off switch when I place that camera into my camera bag. I just make a point to check when I use both cameras.
** 01/23/15 **
I've taken this camera with me on a cruise. It did a beautiful job capturing images of the different venues on the ship, sunsets, people-watching pictures, and signage. It was great to take a small camera with me and be able to photograph events and surroundings without other people being cognizant I was taking pictures. It was also nice to take it along while in port as well. I mostly left the camera in Chrome mode and enjoyed the results.
** 05/01/15 **
I have found another wonderful camera bag that allows me to carry my Fujifilm and important essentials. It's the Lowepro StreamLine 150. I can wear this bag across my body or on my shoulder. I can carry my camera (w/lens adapter and filter), extra battery, cleaning cloth, myCharge portable battery to recharge my iPhone, iPhone 6 (slim cover case), keys, small wallet, small bottle of sanitizer, and my earphones. The main compartment can be expanded, if needed, by unzipping around the sides and bottom of the bag. There's also a soft lightly padded interior pocket to hold an iPad mini or Kindle Fire 7". It might be a bit snug, but as with any new bag once you start using it the fabric/bag will start to relax a bit.
** 05/02/15 **
I've uploaded some sample pictures that I've taken over the last few months to show the capabilities of this wonderful camera. This camera does a beautiful job with low light indoor scenes. Enjoy!