42 Fuji X100 reviews

Fuji X100 is currently in stock at Amazon, which is a rare occurrence since the camera is still hard to find. If you are not sure if the X100 is for you, here are 42 different reviews that should help you make up your mind:

  1. photorumors
  2. photorumors take2
  3. adorama
  4. tony-hart
  5. dslrmagazine
  6. enticingthelight (part 2)
  7. whatdigitalcamera
  8. eprice
  9. pocket-lint
  10. clubic
  11. techradar
  12. luminous-landscape
  13. optyczne
  14. trustedreviews
  15. nytimes
  16. thepictorial
  17. reghardware
  18. pdnonline
  19. dcresource
  20. outbackphoto
  21. ryanbrenizer
  22. neilvn
  23. patricksmithphotos
  24. betanews
  25. quesabesde
  26. photocomment
  27. lemondedelaphoto
  28. electronista
  29. cnet
  30. imaging-resource
  31. digitalcamerareview
  32. digitalcamerainfo
  33. speedlighter
  34. arcrental
  35. thedigitaltrekker
  36. photographybay
  37. theonlinephotographer
  38. neocamera
  39. akihabaranews
  40. photoxels
  41. aboutrc
  42. steves-digicams

Fuji X100 frequently asked questions:

And finally few words from Michael Penn who won the PhotoRumors.com Fuji X100 giveaway:

As my prize from PhotoRumors and Adorama arrived today I couldn’t wait to hit the street. The X100 is a very well built camera with stunning photo image quality. The menu seemed straight forward and it didn’t take more than a few minutes to find out where everything was. Auto focus worked well even in a dark bar. The combination OVF/EVF in genius to cover all bases and the metering is fantastic. For a street photographer a 35mm lens is the sweet spot and seems a perfect choice for this sensor. High ISO (6400) is the best I’ve seen and could give the Nikon D3s a run for it’s money at a fraction of the price.

What I think would make this camera better. Better manual focus, maybe. Replace the “RAW” button with an “ISO” button so the “FN” button can be freed up. I have to say the Auto ISO works very well. Switch from “RAF” raw files to DNG. Finally include a 49mm filter adapter.

Bravo Fuji you raised the bar.

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