Manual and review Fujifilm X100F

Manual and review Fujifilm X100F
Manual and review Fujifilm X100F

The Fujifilm X100F is the fourth version of the compact camera with a fixed lens. It features a 23mm lens (equivalent to 35mm in 35mm format) and the largest APS-C sensor in its class. Most of its features are inherited from the X-Pro2, which we reviewed last year.

Specifications Fujifilm X100F:

camera type: compact;

sensor format: APS-C;

number of effective megapixels of the sensor: 24.30;

maximum video recording resolution: 1920x1080;

maximum frame rate of video recording: 60 fps;

viewfinder type: hybrid;

optical zoom: 1; screen size: 3 inches;

screen: works in viewfinder mode, fixed.


Fujifilm X100F digital camera in black color is a classic model in a modern design. The new Fujifilm camera is a worthy representative of the popular series, providing its owners with a wide range of creative opportunities. Such potential is due to the combination of a top matrix, a high-performance processor, carefully customized modes and excellent hardware. Top-of-the-line hardware. The new model digital camera is equipped with a 24.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor with no low-pass filter. Together with it works high-speed image processor X-Processor Pro, which guarantees the following: color rendition, close to natural; low noise; high ISO sensitivity.More opportunities for creativity. In the camera lens, the manufacturer has integrated a neutral filter, which will be useful when shooting with a fully open aperture or slow shutter speed. It significantly reduces the amount of light transmitted (up to 1/8). For the user's convenience, this element can be turned on or off with a couple of presses.

The viewfinder of the Fujifilm X100F offers advanced functions. It allows the zoom of the electronic rangefinder to be changed smoothly, which greatly improves the accuracy of focus adjustment. In addition, the photographer can customize the focus area with Real Time Parallax, which ensures quality framing and sharpness in manual focus mode. Download the user manual and familiarize yourself with it.

The new camera is equipped with a convenient array of controls.

These include: ISO dial combined with shutter speed dial; a focus switch for quick adjustment of the focus area; C position switch for activating exposure compensation with five levels.

The keys and controls are located on the right side, allowing you to set up the camera while holding it with one hand. The instruction manual will help you familiarize yourself with the manual.

The Fujifilm X100F's Film Simulation function for classic style lovers. The camera software includes a film simulation function with optional ACROS mode. Thanks to the advanced X-Processor Pro, images are converted to black and white with smooth transitions, deep blacks and detailed textures. Design Innovation and Instruction. New optical converters have been incorporated into the camera to improve functionality. This optimizes the parameters of the built-in lens, ensuring excellent image quality even without changing the relative aperture opening. Download the manual here.

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The best travel camera is my favorite Fujifilm X100F. For years, I've been dreaming of a compact and lightweight camera for traveling and excellent picture quality. And so last September, I purchased the Fujifilm X100F. For that money, I could have upgraded my lens collection with another Japanese manufacturer, but my collection has been built up for a long time and I made this expensive purchase.

The camera was announced in January, and by September there were already plenty of reviews, but almost all of them were positive. This confused me a bit, so I had to choose for myself the most important advantages and make an informed decision based on my intuition.

The Fujifilm X100F has a number of advantages:

Lightweight - the camera weighs only 445 grams with battery.

The frame size is 6000 × 4000 pixels.

Video recording capability.

Delightful built-in photo filters - eight film presets, including the marvelous Classic Chrome.

An important plus for me is the built-in 23mm (35mm equivalent) lens, just like film cameras.

Operating the camera seems complicated. The instruction manual is a must. Setting up the camera also requires strict adherence to the instructions. Autofocus works satisfactorily, although sometimes there are problems with focusing for no apparent reason. The lack of protection against dust and moisture is also a minus. In addition, the lens cap does not have a lens mount. However, in a year of use, I haven't found any other significant drawbacks. Here are my working settings: Classic Chrome filter, DR400 dynamic range, sharpness +1, color saturation +1, grain 0, noise reduction -2, white balance automatic. These settings are fine for JPEG format, but I don't use the camera to shoot RAW.Don't forget to download the FUJIFILM Camera Remote app to upload your photos to your phone via Wi-Fi. There is no case included, so my X100F is kept in a cosmetic bag. Its size is perfect and I take the camera with me everywhere: to the theater, restaurant and outings. I especially enjoy photographing food with this camera, and the portraits are delicate. But the main purpose of the camera is for traveling. This lens is ideal for different scenes.

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