Fuji X Buyer’s Guide. I have been a Fuji fan boy since the original X100 and, as you can see from the photo above, I have continued to drink the Fuji juice.
That’s almost all of my Fuji gear. I have a few things loaned out right now. All I wanted was a small easy to carry camera that had great image quality. I wasn’t looking for a new system. I didn’t need a new system. I’m asked on a daily basis what my thoughts are on this X camera vs. that X camera. This post will deal with the cameras. Fuji X10 / X20 / X30 :: I bought an X10 when it was first released and I’ve recently added an X30 to my bag. At the end of the day? X10 – You might be able to pick one up cheap. X20 – Meh. X30 – If you are an X10 user and love that camera, you’re going to LOVE the X30. Fujifilm X100T Setup Guide. Whether you’re shooting landscapes, family portraits, little kittens, or Street Photography you can set the X100T once and there are enough customized buttons you won’t dig too far into the menu ever again.
The settings below are my own personal settings with Street Photography as my primary focus but like I said, these settings work great for whatever type of photography you’re heart desires. The Fujilim X100T Review Can Be Seen Here (click this link) Check Out The X100T Extensive Testing Teaser (click this link) Fuji X100T: User Opinion, Custom Settings & Q Menu. I have always thought the Fuji X100 series of camera looked like a very interesting concept in the way that they take the photographer back to a fixed lens, which aids compositional and creative skills, simple, effective, manual controls, but packed with some exciting and useful modern tech.
I nearly took the jump with the X100S but held off. When the X100T came along it seemed to have evolved to the point where it was hard to imagine the camera getting much better without some major advances in sensor technology. In short it was clearly a mature product developed from user feedback on the hard controls and firmware. Seeing the X100T and reading up on the technical side convinced me it was an interesting buy. Owing to the use I imagined for this camera, a leather case seemed like a good idea and my local dealer had a brown one on offer, so I went for that too. My DR settings are DR100 for every custom setting. Field Test: Fujifilm's X100T Is the Most Amazing Camera I'd Never Buy.
Fujifilm X100T. Full review The third model in Fujifilm's rangefinder-styled camera range, the X100T, has the same lens as its predecessors and the same APS-C-sized 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR Processor II as the X100S.
Its body is almost identical to its siblings but it has a larger, higher resolution monitor and adds an electronic rangefinder to the X100S's Hybrid Viewfinder system. Angled view of the Fujifilm X100,silver version. (Source: Fujifilm.) Like its siblings, the X100T is offered in silver and black colour versions. The table below compares the three models in the X100 series of fixed-lens cameras with APS-C sized sensors.
Who's it For? Landscape photographers might also find it attractive, although its 35mm (equivalent) angle of view won't provide the dramatic coverage some landscape photographers desire. Build and Ergonomics Like its siblings, the rangefinder-style body of the X100T is made from metal, with die-cast magnesium alloy top and base plates. 2. 3. 4. Provia/Standard; [AUTOFOCUS SETTING] Enter a search term and click Adjust autofocus settings.
Focus-area selection is available when [AREA] is selected for [AF MODE] in focus mode [S] or [C]. In focus mode [M], you can press the center of the command dial to zoom in on the selected focus area or focus on the subject in the selected area at the touch of a button. Select macro (close-up) mode. [SHUTTER TYPE] Enter a search term and click Choose the shutter type.
Choose the electronic shutter to mute the shutter sound. If [ELECTRONIC SHUTTER] or [MECHANICAL+ELECTRONIC] is selected, shutter speeds faster than 1/4,000 s can be chosen by rotating the shutter speed dial to 4000 and then rotating the command dial. Regardless of the option selected, the mechanical shutter is used for motion panoramas. When the electronic shutter is used, the flash turns off, shutter speed and sensitivity are restricted to values of 1/32,000–1 s and ISO 6400–200 respectively, and long exposure noise reduction has no effect. Distortion may be visible in shots of moving subjects taken with the electronic shutter, while banding and fog may occur in shots taken under fluorescent lights or other flickering or erratic illumination. Problem switching to the optical viewfinder - X100, X100S, X100T.