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At 445 g, this Fujifilm point and shoot digital camera is compact and sleek. Designed to resemble the yesteryears classic camera, the X100 has neatly placed buttons and knobs for easy accessibility. The magnesium alloy top and base-plate casting makes this digital camera sturdy, while its leather look and feel adds an old school charm.
Letting you record those prized fleeting moments, Fujifilm X100 record HD videos at 1280 x 720 resolution (24 fps). Another noteworthy feature of the X100 is its hybrid viewfinder. The Fujifilm X100 digital camera lets you switch between a sharp optical viewfinder (OVF) and an ultra-fine electronic viewfinder (EVF) with a simple one touch control. The camera also gives you detailed shooting information on both, optical and electronic viewfinders.
This Fujifilm X100 has an EXR Processor, which gives you a vibrant range of image quality at 16:9 aspect ratio. This point and shoot camera is equipped with a 2.8 inch color LCD with resolution of 460,000 dot pixel for comfortable Live View shooting and easy image reviewing.
Battery and StorageFujifilm X100 digital camera supports SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards on which you can store pictures and videos. This point and shoot digital camera also has built-in memory of 20 MB. The X100 comes with a rechargeable Li-Ion NP-95 battery which shoots up to 300 images when fully charged.
Make more storage space on your camera for newer captures by transferring your pictures and video to a computer or laptop via the high speed USB 2.0. The Fujifilm X100 is HDMI compatible, with which you can view the images and pictures you shot on an HDTV.
PerformanceThe powerful Fujifilm X100 has an aperture range of f/2 - 16 and a shutter speed range of 1/4000 - 30 sec. The wide range of aperture and shutter speed helps you compose pictures in Manual mode. Get sharper and focused images with the X100. The auto focus of this Fujifilm point and shoot camera ranges from 80 cm in Normal mode and 10 cm onwards in Macro mode.
The ISO sensitivity of the camera ranges from ISO 100 - 6400. This light sensitivity can be extended to ISO 100 and 12800 equivalent to suit light situations. This Fujifilm digital camera has a built-in flash with a range of 50 cm - 9 m at ISO 1600. If you need more light support, the hot shoe facility lets you attach an external flash.
FeaturesYou can also make a difference in your clicks by playing with Fujifilm X100 camera's scene modes. Choose from modes like Candlelight, Children, Bright, Film Simulation, Fireworks, Night Portrait, Night Landscape and many more. The Film Simulation mode that lets you choose from effects like Velvia (vivid), PROVIA (standard) and ASTIA (soft), making each shot look distinct.
The X100 point and shoot camera comes with a self-timer which can delay the shutter release for 2 or 12 seconds. Choose a Continuous Mode with 5 or 3 frames per second to make sure you don't miss a moment.
|IN THE BOX|
|Sales Package||Li-ion battery NP-95, Battery charger BC-65N, Sholder strap, USB cable for the FinePix X100, Lens cap, Metal strap clip, Protective cover, Clip attaching tool, CD-ROM, Owner's manual|
|Weight||405 g (without Battery and Memory Card), 445 g (with Battery and Memory Card)|
|Dimensions||126.5 (W) x 74.4 (H) x 53.9 (D) mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution (in MegaPixel)||12.3 Megapixels|
|LCD Display||TFT Color LCD Monitor|
|ViewFinder||Hybrid viewfinder, Optical viewfinder, Electronic viewfinder|
|LCD Screen Size||2.8 inch|
|Image Display Resolution||460,000 dots|
|Video Display Resolution||1280 x 720|
|Supported Aspect Ratio||3:2, 16:9|
|Sensor Size||23.6mm x 15.8mm|
|Auto Focus||TTL contrast AF|
|Lens Type||Fujinon Single focal length lens|
|Focal Length||f=23mm, equivalent to 35mm on a 35mm camera|
|Color Filter||Primary (RGB) Color Filter|
|Battery Type||Li-ion Battery|
|USB Cable||Hi-speed USB 2.0|
|Media and Software|
|Inbuilt Memory||20 MB|
|Memory Card Type||SD / SDHC / SDXC|
|Image Sizing||4288 x 2848|
|Video Format||H.264 (MOV) with Stereo sound|
|Image Format||JPEG, EXIF 2.3, DCF, DPOF 1.1, RAW, RAW + JPEG|
|Flash Modes||Red-eye removal OFF : Auto, Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro, Red-eye removal ON : Red-eye Reduction Auto, Red-eye Reduction & Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Red-eye Reduction & Slow Synchro.|
|Built in Flash||Yes|
|External Flash||Yes (hot-shoe)|
|Maximum Shutter Speed||1/4000 sec|
|Minimum Shutter Speed||1/4 sec|
|ISO Rating||Equivalent to ISO 200 - 6400 (Standard Output Sensitivity), Extended output sensitivity equivalent ISO 100 or 12800, ISO AUTO Control available|
|Self Timer||Yes, 2 and 10 sec|
|Metering||TTL 256-zones metering, Multi / Spot / Average|
|Macro Mode||10cm - 2.0m / 3.9in. - 6.6ft.|
|HDMI||HDMI Mini connector|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Continuous Shots||Yes, up to 10 /JPEG, Up to 8 /RAW or RAW+JPEG, 5 / 3 fps selectable|
|White Balancing||Automatic scene recognition, Preset:Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light (Daylight), Fluorescent light (Warm White), Fluorescent light (Cool White), Incandescent light, underwater, Custom, Color temperature selection|
|Aperture Range||F2-F16 1/3EV step (controlled with 9-blade aperture diaphragm)|
|2 year Fujifilm India Warranty and Free Transit Insurance.|
After several long months of browsing forums and looking for the perfect travel/daily camera, I finally went and bought the X100. I'm a strictly hobbyist photographer, mostly interested in shooting people, streets and buildings.
Let's talk about the bad stuff first - Be warned! The X100 is a different photographic beast since you can't zoom to compose images. You can't afford to be lazy with this camera. Composing images that with other cameras was just a flick of a button or a twist of the lens, is now an activity that reminds you to enroll for gym class. This camera has terrible battery life and barely gets you through a day of shooting (Fuji says 300 pictures on full charge, but it's more like 250. Buy several batteries, if you're an active shooter). The camera menu is a bit messy, but not bad as the internets are making it out to be. Troll the nets to find out settings that suit your style of shooting, and stick with it so you don't have to fiddle with the menu systems often. The start-up time is a bit laggy, you can't just turn on the camera and shoot immediately, it takes a few seconds (3-4 seconds) but the start-up time improves exponentially if you format the card in-camera and use a Class 10 SD card. Using the Optical Viewfinder can produce parallax when close to the subject. There have also been lots of complaints about the slow AutoFocus in low light for this camera. It's no better or worse than my Panasonic LX5, just shoot in AF Continous mode and it's fine. Not such a big deal for me. Hmm... those are about all the negatives there are to this camera.
Now onto the good stuff and man are they good - Image quality! To me this is all that matters and no camera in this size currently produces the kind or results that this camera can produce. If you want similar or better image quality you have to graduate to the Leicas (M9, M9P etc) and to me at Rs 5 lakhs (10,000$)and above, for a body and 35mm Summicron lens, this is not even a consideration. The Leica X1 comes close, but this camera beats it by a narrow margin IMO (the X1 is more expensive by 800$). The X100 lets you shoot very usable JPEGs without having to use RAW all the time, and the JPEGs have enough headroom to work with in post. The Straight-out-of-camera JPEGs are... how do I describe it... very film like. Sharp and soft at the same time.
The build quality of this camera is amazing, and Fuji have really put in a lot of time and effort into getting this right. The camera feels like a serious photographic tool that lends confidence while shooting. The top and bottom parts are die-cast magnesium alloy which house the controls for shutter speed, exposure compensation and the trigger. The lens has the aperture control, like any proper camera should, and once you know your way around the camera you will rarely look away from the viewfinder while composing a shot.
The hybrid viewfinder is a work of art and magic. Being able to switch between a large bright optical viewfinder like a DSLR camera and then at the flick of a switch have an 1.4 million dot Electronic view of your scene is fantastic. To me that's worth the price of the camera itself. Parallax does show up when shooting close with the optical view finder, but Fuji projects a reworked frame line which shows how the image will be finally composed so you get used to recomposing pretty quickly. While shooting focus critical shots in low light, just switch to the EVF and you're good.
The metering and Auto White Balance in the camera is the best I've seen in any camera till date. The average metering works best IMO. Or while shooting portraits, turn to spot metering, point at the cheek of the subject (which is usually blown out) and click. The ISO performance of this camera is outstanding! DXOMark the website that is known for technical tests on all consumer cameras rates the ISO performance on this camera higher than the Nikon D3s till ISO 3200. The low light jpgs straight out of camera at 3200 are actually usable especially for FaceBook size images, though I would frequently restrict the ISO to 1600.
I'm taking time out to write this in the hope that all the effort I put into research over the last few months is of use to someone else. I'd like to end by saying that the most important factor to me, since buying this camera, is that it makes me want to get out there and take more pictures. And that to me is the best 'feature' of this camera. Good luck!
The first time I saw pictures of this camera from Pkotokina a few years ago, I knew this would be a special one. I bought it as soon as it came out in 2011. And I have used it heavily ever seen.
It is small enough to carry everywhere, all the important controls that I care about during shooting are accessible through dials.
I still use a lot of rangefinders, SLRs and DSLRs to know you cannot compose if you cannot see. The EVF is a pleasure to shoot with in low light, while the optical one has all the information to know what you are doing without having to take my eyes off the viewfinder.
The in-camera RAW processing capability is pretty nice.
The firmware initially was not up to the mark, but with the subsequent releases, it is much better now. Also, I probably had one of the models from the initial batches, the aperture had a problem and was stuck. I took my camera to the store, and Fujifilm replaced it. This was in the first few months, there has been no problems since.
The image quality is amazing and there is absolutely no noise. Not even in the evenings! (I generally use it till 3200 ISO, but with a f/2 lens, you never need more).
The lens has a little barrel distortion, but you wont notice it in the image if you are not looking for it specifically, and any 35mm (23mm actually) lens will have that unless you are comparing with very expensive Zeiss or Leica lenses that alone cost more than this whole camera.
A very nice camera on the whole. A keeper for years to come. And probably worth more than it costs.
can't afford a leica? this is probably the next best thing to the leica m-9. I dont own the x-100 but thanks to a friend i've had the opportunity of spending some time with it. for the price it's a good buy.
Super colour tone, outstanding fill flash, makes churning out super people pictures a cinch. And u can walk around with an x100 anywhere and not look like a dork as u would with an slr.
Buy! Buy! Buy!
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