Fujifilm X100T Makes a Good Camera Better


The just-announced Fujifilm X100T camera ($1,299) adds a host of improvements to the very popular X100S.

Highlights include:

  • Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder (OVF/EVF) equipped with an electronic rangefinder
  • Electronic shutter option up to 1/32000 seconds (and totally silent)
  • High-definition 1.04M-dot 3" LCD (big improvement over the 460K-dot predecessor)
  • New Classic Chrome and other film simulation modes
  • Full HD video 1080p at 60fps; bit rate of 36Mbps
  • Jack for stereo microphone
  • New aperture ring that now has positive click stops in 1/3 increments
  • Interval timer shooting (1 second to 24 hours up to 999 frames)
  • Built-in WiFi with remote control capability
  • New Hand Grip MHG-X100; possible to swap the battery and media while the grip is attached to the camera

And you still get the excellent specification that has made this series so popular: 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans sensor, 35mm f/2.0 lens, and outstanding build quality.

The X100T in silver or black should be available by mid-November.

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The Fujifilm X100T has a high Nimbleosity Rating. What does that mean? You can learn about Nimbleosity and more by visiting TheNimblePhotographer.com.

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