Refining The Compact Rangefinder
HWM Singapore|April 2017

Fujifilm X100F

Marcus Wong

The X100F is Fujifilm’s latest version of their line of premium compact cameras. It gets the latest 24.3MP X-Trans III CMOS sensor from their top-end X-Pro 2 and X-T2 cameras, as well as the high performance X Processor Pro imaging engine, making it much more capable than the X100T it replaces.

For example, where the X100T had a top continuous shooting speed of 6fps for a paltry maximum of 25 frames, the X100F now goes up to 8fps for up to 60 frames. It also gains 325 selectable auto focus points in single auto focus mode, and the AF-lever we first saw on the X-Pro2. This makes it easier for you to shift auto focus points, navigate the menus, and change the size of the focus group (by pressing in).

Perhaps owing to the fact that the X100F now uses the same batteries as the X-T2 (the NP-W126S), it is now slightly taller than its predecessor, measuring 126.5 x 74.8 x 52.4mm as opposed to126.5x 74.4x 52.4mm of the X100T. The grip is also slightly deeper, but the difference is so little you would hardly notice it.

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