FujiFilm X100F Camera
This premium compact digital camera is equipped with an advanced hybrid viewfinder and a 23mm fixed focal length lens with a maximum aperture of f/2.8. While maintaining an elegant design and providing advanced electronic settings, it’s also easy to set exposure manually.
New features in the FujiFilm X100F include the Built-In ISO Dial, incorporated into the Shutter Speed Dial reminiscent of film cameras of yesteryear, the focus lever, which allows you to instantaneously move the focus area without having to take your eye off the viewfinder, and the C position for enabling ±5 stop exposure compensation. Most of the operation-related buttons and dials are concentrated on the right-hand side to allow quick change of settings while firmly holding the camera.
You can now change the magnification of the electronic rangefinder, shown in a small window as EVF at the bottom right corner of the optical viewfinder, for enhanced accuracy when checking the focus. The Real Time Parallax Correction function is applied to the focus area in addition to the guide frame to enable assured framing and focusing in the Manual Focus mode.
The FujiFilm X100F features the 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III, an APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter boasting the highest performance in the history of the X Series, as well as the X-Processor Pro high-speed image processing engine to deliver outstanding color reproduction and gradation of tones in both stills and videos with high ISO sensitivity and low noise.
Photos Taken with this Camera
Below is a list of articles in which this camera is discussed, or at least mentioned, on this site.
More Progress (sep 17, 2018)
Looking at my photographs for the past year or so, and comparing them to photos I took three years ago, I can see that I’ve made more progress in my photography skills. This has been due to several factors: equipment changes and a new perspective.
Leica Q Decision (sep 07, 2018)
Despite my well thought through decision a month or so ago to buy a new Leica M-mount camera, in particular one without a LCD screen (i.e., a Leica M-D), I’ve decided to buy instead a Leica Q compact camera.
A Digital Film Camera (jul 30, 2018)
The best camera for creativity would be digital with a full-frame sensor, but have the simplicity of a film camera: knobs for setting manually the exposure (i.e., ISO, shutter, aperture) and no other settings, nor an LCD screen to distract you.
A Superb Compact Camera: FujiFilm X100F (oct 12, 2017) ✨
Although I have enjoyed owning a Sony RX100-III camera, with its pocket size and excellent Zeiss lens, I’m ready to spend a little more to get a compact camera with a larger sensor. I’ve decided to sell the Sony and buy a FujiFilm X100F.
Adjusting Aperture for Light or Depth (aug 05, 2009)
One adjusts the aperture of a lens for two reasons: setting the aperture wider will make for a brighter image; or to decrease or increase the range of objects which are in focus. The choices can affect the results of the photograph.
Home Studio Starter Kit (jul 15, 2009)
If you got the basics suggested in my first article on putting together a kit for a new photography student, I would like to suggest spending a little more to enhance your learning experience. You’ll add stability and improve greatly your photos.
New Photography Student Kit (jul 14, 2009)
If you’re ready to learn about photography and you’re planning on buying a better quality camera, this article will provide you with some recommendations. It explains what you need to take better pictures and to learn more about photography.