May 5, 2011

Fuji FinePix X100 Reviews

To satisfy lovers of the rangefinder style of digital camera, Fujifilm introduced the Fuji FinePix X100. One could easily mistake this camera from a Leica from the sixties. We have compiled a list of many reviews of the X100 below.
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"All things considered, the Fuji FinePix X100 is a very impressive fixed lens camera, and I imagine that they'll sell a boatload of them, despite the price. It offers superb photo quality, good performance (in most respects), a rangefinder-style body with a one-of-a-kind viewfinder, and plenty of manual controls. The camera does have its issues, mostly related to buffer memory and the user interface, but for a first generation camera, Fuji has done a great job. Despite needing work in a few areas, the "pros" ways outweigh the "cons", making the FinePix X100 a camera I can highly recommend."
  • 12.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor, optimized for the X100's lens
  • F2.0, 23mm Fujinon lens, equivalent to 35mm
  • EXR image processor
  • Rangefinder-style magnesium alloy body (looks a lot like a Leica) with dials for aperture, shutter speed, and exposure compensation
  • Hybrid Viewfinder can be optical (with frame and shooting data superimposed) or fully electronic
  • 2.8" LCD display with 460,000 pixels
  • Full manual controls, with RAW support
  • 5 fps continuous shooting
  • Electronic level
  • Hot shoe for external flash
  • Built-in neutral density filter
  • 180 degree panorama creation feature
  • 720p movie mode with stereo sound
  • HDMI output
Fuji X100 Reviews