Fujifilm X100F DPReview Gold Award and More


The Fujifilm X100F received the coveted Gold Award from DRPreview today, because their is a lot to love about the X100F. If you have ever owned a X100 camera you know how great they are and if you haven’t you should pick one up.

Pros Cons
  • Excellent image quality in Raw and JPEG
  • Sensational JPEG color
  • Ergonomics that match the classic looks
  • Hybrid viewfinder is delightful
  • Improved speed of focus and operation
  • In-camera Raw conversion and Wi-Fi
  • Bigger battery with percentage display
  • USB charging is convenient
  • Output of X-Trans sensor not to everyone’s taste
  • AF speed not up to contemporary standards
  • Face detection limited and unreliable
  • 1080p video seems outdated
  • ISO dial prettier than it is practical

You can read their full review here.

Additional Reviews
The Photo Fundamentalist (Part2) released a review of the Fujifilm X100F saying ” Image quality appears to be absolutely fantastic, not just from the lens, but the sensor (shared with the X-T2) is also really impressing me. I will do a separate piece on image quality from the X-Trans III sensor, but I’m certainly not feeling any real concern at this point in time.”

Photoreview gave the Fujifilm X100F a 8.8 overall saying “The increased resolution and improvements to performance – particularly buffer capacity – make the X100F a worthwhile update that should appeal to fans of Fujifilm’s rangefinder cameras.”

Macfilos writes a second take on the Fujifilm X100F with some good and bad this time.

Fujifilm X100F: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

 

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