Fuji Tough

Fuji X100T

Fujifilm cameras have had a reputation for build quality since the first X100 was introduced in 2011, which is partially why we came up with our April Fools Post. Fujifilm’s latest blog posts about Bernd Ritschel and Daniel Malikyar remind us that Fujifilm has been producing durable cameras from the beginning even if they haven’t been rated for abuse like the Fujifilm X-T1 and X-Pro 2. Beyond the occasional defect I have read remarkably few stories of X cameras failing due to the elements since their introduction and can definitely understand the appeal of them for extended hikes or climbing a mountain.

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