X Series


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Price $ 1,600 (Black / Silver)

Media Reviews

"The size, design, build quality and ease of use make is first rate, and the photo quality is exquisite. It feels freeing to have a camera that is right-sized, and there is something intimate about using it that makes you want to have it at hand at all times. It’s a modern classic."

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July 8, 2015

"When I have my X100T with me, I feel like I’m actually improving - slowly but surely - rather than just shooting. Anything that truly delivers on the promise of helping me improve my craft earns a place in my kit."

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July 7, 2015

"Fuji has really come a long way with the X100 line up. The X100S and now X100T have each improved on the previous model by listening to their customer base and adding the feature people generally want. It’s an amazing all around camera that is stylish and unique in many of its features."

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June 29, 2015

"The Fuji X100T produces superb image-quality, matching that of DSLRs and fixed-lens cameras which APS-C sensors. Noise levels are extremely low and fine-details are rendered well up to maximum standard ISO. The lack of an anti-alias filter lets it capture plenty of details with critical sharpness."

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February 16, 2015

"Fujifilm has wisely retained the best of the X100 and X100S (excellent image quality, intuitive direct controls and all-around good looks), and infused the Fujifilm X100T with a certain maturity that just makes it even more attractive and delightful to use."

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December 1, 2014

"As a high-end compact, you couldn't ask for much more. Advanced controls, pleasing materials, and a design that will melt your heart just a bit every time you pick it up."

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November 6, 2014

"It's a unique hybrid digital rangefinder camera that has no real competition (it is now a true rangefinder in that there is a focusing aid in the optical view mode). If you want a hybrid OVF/EVF camera, you have no other choice. On top of that, it has a decent size APS-C sensor, it's compact (due to a non-zooming prime 23mm f/2 lens), and has advance shooting features."

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October 27, 2014

"I found that the system worked better than I expected. Using the Digital Split Image aid I was able to adjust focus quickly and accurately. The projected frame lines move in real time as you adjust the focus to show you how your frame changes because of parallax, and a half-press of the shutter switches from the magnified view to a full view of the shot."

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September 17, 2014