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Fujifilm X100T 16 MP Digital Camera

The Fujifilm X100T 16 MP Digital Camera

With a retro feel but modern-day sports performance under the hood the Fujifilm X100T 16 MP Digital Camera is a powerful tool for capturing high quality photos. It has a slim profile allowing it to rest comfortably under your arm or over your shoulder.

Features of the camera:

  • APS-C 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II Sensor w/ EXR Processor II
  • Newly developed Electronic Viewfinder allows for highly accurate manual focus (ERF)
  • NEW Electronic Shutter 1/32000 sec.
  • New Classic Chrome Mode expands Film Simulation Modes to 11 modes
  • Full HD Movies – 60fps, 50fps, 30fps, 25fps, 24pfs with exposure adjustment

Pros & Cons:

It hasn’t image quality that just can’t be beat! The ergonomics when the cameras sits in your hand feels great. On the other hand, having only a fixed 35mm focal length does provide challenges in some circumstances.


The original X100 was released in 2011. It was quite popular amongst photographers (* notably because of its retro design), because of its image quality control with respects to its small stature. Not much has changed on the outside since the X100 first or second version,  however the X100T is very refined.

We will say the X100t is not the best choice for everyone. If you’re looking for just a point-and-shoot, this may not be the choice. This camera is more of a specialized tool – mainly due to  large and fixed 23mm lens.

Don’t get us wrong however, the x100T is quite the exceptional compact camera. Considering its size so small and its price what you’re getting it’s difficult to see how Fujifilm could have improved. The compact camera comes with a large sensor, great physical controls, and that extra sharp image quality get with a 23mm pancake lens. Even with the aforementioned shortcomings, Fujifilm X100T 16 MP Digital Camera still excels and makes for one of our highest rated cameras of 2015.

$1,126.99 1,329.95

9.5 Total Score

Tom Ringwald
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