Fuji X100F Field Test: Upgrades to sensor, processor and controls make this the best X100 yet


posted Monday, May 15, 2017 at 3:47 PM EDT

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Fuji's stylishly classic X100-series enters its fourth iteration, the aptly-named Fuji X100F, complete with various updates and refinements, such as Fuji's latest 24MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor, X Processor Pro imaging processor as well as re-worked controls and buttons. In our just-pubished Fuji X100F Field Test, I take an in-depth look at Fuji's newest retro-styled rangefinder-esque camera. 

With its fixed 23mm f/2 lens, the X100F is a totally different kind of camera than what I'm personally accustomed to shooting, and so it was fun to explore the creative limitations this camera provides. The results of my testing were highly positive. The camera, with its new internals and updated controls, offered excellent image quality and nimble performance. The build quality is also quite nice, and compact size make it one of the most portable cameras (with this large of a sensor) that I've ever shot with. There were a few quirks and oddities I experienced, but nothing that I'd consider a dealbreaker -- an all-around excellent camera. For all the details, head over to our Fuji X100F Field Test.

f/3.2, 1/1800s, ISO 200, +0.3EV

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