Fujifilm X100T Shooter’s Report Part II: Exploring performance, image quality and WiFi functionality


posted Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 2:23 PM EDT


In part II of his Fuji X100T Shooter's Report, reviewer Eamon Hickey dives deeper into the functionality and performance of this classic street shooter, with a closer look at both still and continuous autofocus performance. He also explores more about the overall image quality shooters can expect across the ISO range.

In addition, Eamon puts the WiFi functionality through its paces and dabbles in some of the classic onboard film simulation modes. Dive into Part II for all the details as well as his shooting conclusion, and for anyone who has yet to view his first report, please click here!

1/100s / f/4 / ISO 400 / 35mm eq.
1/75s / f/2 / ISO 6400 / -0.7 EV / 35mm eq.
1/100s / f/5 / ISO 640 / 35mm eq.


[quick links: Fujifilm X100TShooter's Report part I / IIGallery • X100S vs X100T]