Fujifilm X100T summary
Fujifilm X100T is FujiFilm's Large Sensor Compact digital camera first revealed on September of 2014. It has a 16 MegaPixel, CMOS X-TRANS II APS-C size sensor with a full resolution of 4896 x 3264.
FujiFilm launched this model in an effort to replace the earlier Fujifilm X100S (Read Full Comparison) & afterwards introduced the fresher Fujifilm X100F (Read Full Comparison) in order to update this camera.
The Fujifilm X100T ranks at #30 out of 62 in Large Sensor Compact cameras & over-all #280 out of 1436 for digital cameras in our collection. Please test our Smart camera search to find camera listings based on your customized factors.
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Fujifilm X100T history
The Fujifilm X100T has a history of related digital cameras. Listed below, you can find all older and the latest models along with main specs.
Fujifilm X100T Gallery
You can view the Fujifilm X100T from various angles in the gallery here.
Fujifilm X100T Pros and Cons
Here is a collection of positives and negatives of the Fujifilm X100T based on factors that are usually regarded as necessary in a digital camera.
Fujifilm X100T Sensor specs
The Fujifilm X100T houses the EXR Processor II chip. The sensor size in the Fujifilm X100T is 23.6mm x 15.8mm (APS-C). The 373 mm² sensor is able to capture 4896 x 3264 pixels with aspect ratios of 1:1, 3:2 and 16:9.400 Megapixel mode coming to Fujifilm GFX 100
The CMOS X-TRANS II sensor has 16 megapixels and has a standard ISO range of 200 - 6400. The ISO can be extended electronically to 100 - 51200. RAW photos are supported so you have more room to maneuver in post.
The picture below illustrates the Fujifilm X100T's sensor size compared to other popular sizes. The Fujifilm X100T sensor has a crop factor of 1.5 and is displayed in green.Google will print your 'Best' photos for $8 a month
To get a sense of various aspect ratios, you can refer to the graphic below.
Fujifilm X100T dimensions
Fujifilm X100T weighs in at 0.97 lbs (440 grams / 15.52 ounces) & the size of the camera is 127mm x 74mm x 52mm (5.0" x 2.9" x 2.0"). The weight of average Large Sensor Compact camera is 394 grams so the Fujifilm X100T is heavier compared to various rivals.Photographer fined '$200,000' for failing to deliver photos
The following is a visual of the Fujifilm X100T beside a soft drink so you can get a feel for its size.
The top view here will provide the button layout on the Fujifilm X100T.
Fujifilm X100T Lens details
The Fujifilm X100T is equipped with a built-in lens giving a constant focal length of 35mm meaning that you do not have the ability to zoom.
At it's widest 35mm, the lens comes with an aperture of f2.0 which is incredibly good for low light situations and getting good bokeh. It would also allow you to choose a much lower ISO to produce crisper images.
Fujifilm X100T Connectivity
The Fujifilm X100T has the following connectivity:
- USB Yes
- Wireless Yes
- HDMI Yes
Digital cameras that contain NFC or Bluetooth connectivity can be used wirelessly with smartphones. You will be able to copy images and usually adjust settings with no need to connect directly with the camera.
Several apps also enable a Liveview and release the shutter in case you are not close to the camera. If the camera features a HDMI port, it can be attached to an external screen. A lot of cameras will allow you to charge the battery pack using the USB port.
Fujifilm X100T Video details
The highest possible video resolution in the Fujifilm X100T is 1920 x 1080 and you can save in H.264 file format. 1080p resolution gives a great balance in video quality and file size but 1080p won't leave you with any room to downsample. Even though the body contains a microphone port, it is unfortunately missing a headphone port so you will not have the capability to keep an eye on your sound levels.
Fujifilm X100T Weather Sealing
Fujifilm X100T does not have environment proofing so damp conditions can easily ruin the camera.
Fujifilm X100T Screen and Viewfinder
The Fujifilm X100T has a 3 inch fixed display with a resolution of 1,040 thousand dots.
Please note that the display screen has no touch support.400 Megapixel mode coming to Fujifilm GFX 100
The View Finder specs for Fujifilm X100T are as follows:
- ViewFinder Electronic and Optical (tunnel)
- ViewFinder Resolution 2,360 thousand dots
- ViewFinder Coverage 92%
- ViewFinder Magnification 0.5x
Viewfinders can be quite beneficial in bright outdoor situations which will make the camera screen washed out and difficult to see.
Fujifilm X100T Shutter details
Fujifilm X100T is able to shoot continuously at 6.0 fps. The maximum shutter speed is 1/4000 seconds. The camera also offers silent electronic shutter of 1/32000 seconds. Beware that the electronic shutter can produce "rolling shutter" under some lighting conditions.
Fujifilm X100T Flash and Hot shoe details
Fujifilm X100T comes with both built in flash as well as external flash support.
Fujifilm X100T Autofocusing details
Fujifilm X100T comes with both Phase Detect Autofocus as well as Contrast Based Autofocus. Phase Detection autofocusing is more quicker & accurate compared to Contrast Based autofocusing. The camera has Face detection which can be valuable for taking portraits of people.
It has 49 focus points to pick from. Fujifilm X100T supports manual focusing when needed in low light situations or you need to have more accurate control on focusing.
Fujifilm X100T Battery life
The battery life (NP-95) on the Fujifilm X100T is fashioned to last for 330 shots with respect to the CIPA requirements making it comparable with it's competitors. The average Large Sensor Compact camera battery life is 300. Leica X-U has got the best (450) battery life in this kind of cameras.
Listed below is a collection of Large Sensor Compact cameras with the best battery life:
Fujifilm X100T for varying categories of photography
The following graph indicates a summary of the Fujifilm X100T for varying categories of photography. To find out more, visit the specific paragraph below.
Fujifilm X100T as a Portrait photography camera
The Fujifilm X100T receives a rating of 76 which is impressive, and means the camera is a superb fit to use for portrait photography. Shooting portrait photos leans greatly towards sensor dimensions, RAW support and option to work with off-camera lighting.
Fujifilm X100T as a Street photography camera
With a very good score of 64, the Fujifilm X100T is a good pick for street photography. A very good street photography camera has a fine balance of image quality plus portability.
Fujifilm X100T as a Sports photography camera
A moderate sports photography score of 58 means the Fujifilm X100T is relatively suitable for taking pictures of sports. A camera should have good tracking plus fast shutter speeds for sports photography.
Fujifilm X100T as a Travel photography camera
Weight is pretty crucial in choosing a camera for travel. Overall, the Fujifilm X100T gets a nice 74 for a travelling camera which makes it a respectable choice to take with you on your holidays.
Landscape photography with Fujifilm X100T
For anyone who is looking to pick a digital camera for landscape pictures, the biggest factor will be image quality. The Fujifilm X100T with it's above average grade of 65 as a landscape camera is a good pick compared to its competition.
Fujifilm X100T Vlogging factors
A vlogging camera preferably should have a articulating display, microphone port and ideally image stabilization. Considering everything, the Fujifilm X100T is just not acceptable for vlogging as it receives a really bad score of 35.
Fujifilm X100T Alternatives
If you are looking for alternatives to the Fujifilm X100T, here is a range of the highest scored cameras which fall into the family of Large Sensor Compact.
The diagram just below will give you a summary of the Fujifilm X100T versus it's top rated competitors shown previously.
There are a bunch of cameras you might look into as alternatives. To browse through a full comparison, go to the "compare" link.