Fujifilm X100F vs X100T vs X100S vs X100 Comparison

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Fujifilm has unveiled the X100F; the fourth in its series of X100 rangefinder-style cameras with improved features. So here is a Fujifilm X100F vs X100T vs X100S vs X100 comparison that shows the highlights to help you for decision.

We are sure that only the X100T specs comparison will suffice for existing Fuji users. But we thought that for all users who are curious about Fuji’s latest premium digital compact camera, let’s put together the features of all the members of the series side by side.

Kết quả hình ảnh cho Fujifilm X100F

The fourth-generation Fuji X100F now gains a 24.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS IIIimage sensor. This sensor also offers a native base ISO of 200 up to ISO 12,800. Sensitivity can be expanded down to 100 and up to a maximum of 51,200.

Kết quả hình ảnh cho Fujifilm X100FKết quả hình ảnh cho Fujifilm X100F

At the core of the camera, the AF system has been revamped. The number of focusing points has been dramatically expanded from 49 in previous models to 91 (up to 325 points). Approx. 40% of the imaging area is covered with phase detection AF pixels to form a fast and precise phase detection AF area that can be used in a variety of scenes.

Kết quả hình ảnh cho Fujifilm X100s

The Fuji X100F does offer up to +/-5 EV exposure compensation, which can be accessed by setting the EC dial to the “C” setting and adjusting the compensation with the on-screen menu.

Specifications Comparison of Fujifilm X100F vs X100T vs X100S vs X100 Cameras

Fujifilm X100F vs X100T vs X100S vs X100 Comparison

X100F X100T X100S X100
Announced January 19, 2017 September 10, 2014 January 7, 2013 February 8, 2011
Release date February 16, 2017 Fall 2014 March, 2013 March, 2011
Price
(MSRP)
$1,299 $1,299 Discontinued $900 used Discontinued $600
Sensor 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor 12.3MP Bayer CMOS sensor
Processor X-Processor Pro EXR Processor II EXR Processor II EXR Processor I
Viewfinder Advanced hybrid viewfinder, with electronic rangefinder (ERF) Advanced hybrid viewfinder, with electronic rangefinder (ERF) Hybrid optical electronic viewfinder Hybrid optical electronic viewfinder
OVF coverage 92% 92% 90% 90%
OVF parallax correction After focus is acquired during autofocus and real time on manual focus After focus is acquired during autofocus and real time on manual focus After focus is acquired in autofocus After focus is acquired in autofocus
EVF resolution 2,360,000 pixel LCD viewfinder 2,360,000-dot High Definition LCD panel 2,360,000-dot High Definition LCD panel 1,440,000-dot
ISO 200 to 12800 200 – 6400 200 – 6400 200 – 6400
Improved viewfnder interface Yes Yes No No
Autofocus Faster Intelligent Hybrid AF Faster Intelligent Hybrid AF Fast Intelligent Hybrid AF Slower Contrast AF
AF points 91 49 49 49
Exposure Compensation ±5EV ±3EV ±2EV ±2EV
Interval Shooting Yes Yes No No
Start-up Time 0.5 seconds 0.5 seconds 0.5 seconds “Fast”
Shutter lag 0.1 seconds 0.1 seconds 0.1 seconds “Low”
Continuous Shooting Up to 8 fps at 24.3 MP for up to 60 frames in JPEG format 6 fps to a maximum of 25 frames (JPEG) or 3 to card capacity Up to 6 fps for up to 31 frames 3 or 5 fps to a maximum of 10 frames (JPEG)
Maximum shutter speed Mechanical – 4sec. to 1/32000sec.[P mode], Electronical – 30sec. to 1/32000sec.[All modes] 1/32,000 of a second electronic, 1/4000 of a second mechanical at f/8-16, 1/2000 at f/4-5/6, 1/1000 at f/2-2.8 1/4000 of a second mechanical at f/8-16, 1/2000 at f/4-5/6, 1/1000 at f/2-2.8 1/4000 of a second mechanical at f/8-16, 1/2000 at f/4-5/6, 1/1000 at f/2-2.8
Lens 23mm f/2.0 fixed lens (35mm equivalent) 23mm f/2.0 fixed lens (35mm equivalent) 23mm f/2.0 fixed lens (35mm equivalent) 23mm f/2.0 fixed lens (35mm equivalent)
LCD 3.0-inch (1,040-dot) 3.0-inch (1040K-dot) 2.8-inch (460K-dot) 2.8-inch (460K-dot

More details

The most obvious difference is the new front control dial. The X100F’s rear control layout has been simplified compared to the X100T. The controls are now arranged on the right of the display, with an AF selection joystick added at upper-right. Another change is the addition of an integrated ISO dial to the shutter speed dial on the X100F’s top-plate.

The X100F uses the same NP-W126S that’s used in the X-Pro2, X-T2 and X-T20. Battery life is rated at between 270 and 390 shots. Let’s dig more about the Fujifilm X100F vs X100T vs X100S vs X100 specs comparison.

X100F X100T X100S X100
Enhanced Q Menu Customizable Q Menu Customizable Q Menu Standard Q Menu Standard Q Menu
Rear command input Dial Dial Toggle Toggle
Classic Chrome Yes Yes No No
Battery life Approx. 270 frames [EVF] / 390 frames [OVF] Approx. 330 frames (up to 700 frames when OVF POWER SAVE MODE is ON) 330 photos per charge 300 photos per charge
Flash Super Intelligent Flash (30cm) Super Intelligent Flash (50cm) Super Intelligent Flash Super Intelligent Flash
Close Focus 10cm 10cm 10cm 10cm
Focus Peaking Yes – with colours Yes – with colours Yes – white only Yes – white only
Video 1920 x 1080: 60 fps, 30 fps 1920 x 1080: 60 fps, 30 fps 1920 x 1080: 60 fps, 30 fps 1920 x 1080: 60 fps, 30 fps
WiFi Capabilities Yes Yes No No
Size 126.5 x 74.4 x 53.9 mm 126.5 x 74.4 x 53.9 mm 126.5 x 74.4 x 53.9 mm 126.5 x 74.4 x 53.9 mm

(dailycameranews.com, https://goo.gl/LU693z)

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