Fujifilm X100F - The Perfect Camera?

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Comments • 384

  • Rich Clark Photography

    Not true, 50mm is as the human eye sees.

  • Lee Pulham
    Lee Pulham Month ago

    That’s great I’ve been thinking of getting the T or the F

  • Huw Morgan
    Huw Morgan Month ago

    "Fuji really gets it". Well....it depends on the shooter. Personally, I find the idea of having dedicated hard-wired controls rather old school. With many modern mirrorless cameras (e.g. Sony, Canon, Nikon), you can keep looking in the viewfinder and adjust everything (mode, aperture, shutter, ISO). You don't need controls with olde fashioned writing on them -- you can see the settings in the viewfinder. Also, I couldn't help but see your awkward grip on the body. There's just nothing to hold on to. It's a brick. Compare that to other offerings that have decent grips and, in the case of Sony, long battery life. The thought of being stuck with a 35mm lens ad infinitem is also problematic for me. With other cameras (e.g. Sony a6100), you can walk around with a fixed 35mm if you want to, but you can also pop on a 28mm or a 50mm or even a telephoto. Heaven forbid, you can also pop on a compact zoom. Fuji doesn't get it for me.

  • Ali Rafiei
    Ali Rafiei 2 months ago

    Am I the only one or the X100 series actually take nicer photos than the X-T20 or 30?
    The photos look more vintage and more organic on the X100, where as the X-T20 takes more synthetic and digital like photos.

  • Rogan Richeart
    Rogan Richeart 2 months ago

    What video camera are you using while sitting at your desk in the intro?

  • Thirdfish
    Thirdfish 2 months ago

    Lovely film. Great camera.

  • Derbyshire Details
    Derbyshire Details 2 months ago

    Where did you get the strap from? Great review video btw!

  • Niko
    Niko 3 months ago

    I have had my Fuji X30 since 2015 and I love it. It shoots at only 12Mp and it does not have a big sensor, but I love shooting with it because I know the camera and it gives me the shots I want. Brilliant in manual mode and tons of features and again, the incredible construction. I have Dslr's but i use them for macro and specialized shots, but the X30 is ALWAYS with me. Fuji's are brilliant and well built and if I had more money I would only use them. I simply cannot afford the lenses and to be honest I think that when you shoot with a fixed lens camera of a prime lens, you learn faster and spend more time in planning you shots. Even though the X30 comes with a 4x zoom, I always shoot at 28mm.

  • Aaron O'Brien
    Aaron O'Brien 3 months ago

    What camera do you use?

  • Baruch Cohen
    Baruch Cohen 3 months ago

    I bought the X100T the first week it came out. Fantastic camera. I still own it , with its 50,000 shutter count. I have an extensive array of cameras, and this might well be my favorite all around shooter.

  • Syahmi Salleh
    Syahmi Salleh 3 months ago

    I'm an analog shooter but I would seriously consider this if I ever make the decision to try digital photography. I'm so used to having the ability to control aperture and shutter speeds through physical dials and these looks like a great option.

  • MalaikaToo
    MalaikaToo 4 months ago +1

    Love most of Your shots! You clearly have an eye for komposition!!
    Thanks for the video.

  • JST Inceptions
    JST Inceptions 4 months ago

    I thoroughly miss my X100S. The colour rendition blows my Nikon D7200 and past D800 out of the water. I'm counting down the days until I can return to Fujifilm. Think it'll be an XT3 though, so not quite as portable.

  • Lukas Redfield
    Lukas Redfield 4 months ago

    my setting are always in T backdial for shutter front for iso...

  • Lukas Redfield
    Lukas Redfield 4 months ago

    my fav camera and i own nikon D4s but this one those colours !!!

  • Toni !
    Toni ! 4 months ago

    Nothing is perfect in live but this camera sure does a great job. Maybe some more Fn button's would be nice.

  • Artyom Myndra
    Artyom Myndra 4 months ago

    2:32 this review is so hot that guy had to take off his T-shirt

  • SchizOone
    SchizOone 4 months ago +1

    Hey Pablo. I'm enjoying your channel and your pictures. Can you tell me where i can buy your neckstrap from your x100 series?

  • PG Somers
    PG Somers 4 months ago

    Pablo, a great review, not so much technical as enthusiastic. But you have telegraphed the Fuji 100F's whole philosophy absolutely perfectly - it's the perfect (travel) camera. Thanks

  • Patrick Tomasso
    Patrick Tomasso 4 months ago

    I mean this without prejudice but all of these could have been taken with a phone and looked quite similar.

  • Brian Eric Vales
    Brian Eric Vales 4 months ago

    Were these straight out of the camera? or they were edited? They look really nice and have been considering buying this camera. btw great info and video!

  • Orson Cart
    Orson Cart 5 months ago

    Brighton blighted in graffiti as well.What a bloody mess!

  • MaBr
    MaBr 5 months ago

    I really love the pictures you took inside that bike shop. Great video overall as well!

  • Charles Moon
    Charles Moon 5 months ago

    It is a great camera no doubt but it´s soooo expensive, for that price you could find today te marvelous xe3 and a 23mm f2 wr lens, thats a streetphoro killing setup, and you obtain a more versatile interchangable lens camera.

  • b
    b 5 months ago

    What is the benefit of these fixed lens cameras? Why wouldnt you want to be able to change lenses

  • Daniel Hendrix
    Daniel Hendrix 5 months ago

    I just bought this camera from mpb.com haha you gave a great sales pitch!

  • Lars Gardsvold
    Lars Gardsvold 5 months ago

    Nice review, just want to add on a thought; (my two cents worth), I'we got a X Pro2, clamp on a 23mm lens, and i does what a X 100F does, and more, more or less same form factor (except maybe for the lens itself) I can change lenses, imagine that! Does not cost all that more, and has professional features as dual card slot and an available lens choice that have (almost) no restrictions... PS and I can use the lenses on the new X Pro3, when that arrives, as I have done on my X E1, X Pro 1, and now E pro 2. Not putting down the X100F, but opting for an (better in my vieuw) alternative.

  • Drew Cvelbar
    Drew Cvelbar 5 months ago +1

    Hey great video! What film simulation did you use for these pics??

  • Michael Jandavs
    Michael Jandavs 5 months ago +1

    Just picked up my X100F in brown after using a friends X100T. Biggest improvement for me is that all the buttons are shifted to the right side on the back of the camera. So much easier one handed operation. This camera just makes you want to create. I love it.
    BTW your shots are amazing.

  • Corot Images
    Corot Images 5 months ago

    I love the Fuji x100f my favorite camera I have ever owned. I shot with Leica IIIf, M3, and M6 and this camera reminds me of the M3. Fuji is the new Leica. Besides phenomenal images it is fun to use and feels like a real camera. I tried and owned others and they felt like computer picture taking boxes from Canon, Sony, Panasonic, and Olympus,. I feel like taking this camera everywhere. I have an xt 20 with the 16mm, 35mm, and 50mm wr series of lenses. When traveling x100f around my neck and xt20 with wrist strap with 50mm attached 16mm for wide angle.
    But I think the X100f May be the best digital camera ever made (one man’s opinion). Have many shots at 500px/corot2

  • Michael McCullough
    Michael McCullough 5 months ago

    The Fuji X100F is amazing! It’s especially great for persons wanting to work their photography skills. The features offered are amazing and the quality of build is fantastic. I love the optical and electronic viewfinder feature. You can customise the camera like you want. I feel liberated in thinking about the photos to take as the camera makes it seamless for you. A camera that will suit 90% of situations. Get this camera and you will get your love of photography back. I love being to use the Fuji film feature which replicates the Fuji films in the pre-digital era. Buy the special Fuji case for it to make it safe, and a second battery. Not suited to long shots situations and macro. Does have a simple electronic zoom feature which can help in some situations. Good for short video sequences.

  • Strike Taing
    Strike Taing 6 months ago

    To bad not ideal for landscape

  • Ken Kallon Jr
    Ken Kallon Jr 6 months ago +2

    where did you get your strap from? No one ever seems to want to credit or cite that

  • SPENCER WYNN
    SPENCER WYNN 6 months ago

    Great review, and I could not agree more! I began with the X100S, the the "T", and now I am loving the "F". It is absolutely my go-to camera and the perfect travel camera. I should mention, I have two, X-Pro2 cameras as well, but for sheer enjoyment t and for conducting workshops, the X100F is the one I use.

  • Jessica Setter
    Jessica Setter 6 months ago

    I just purchased this camera and I can't wait to play with it. The images you're getting look like the amazing colors that I can get form my film camera! Very exciting.

  • jeeperscreepers7
    jeeperscreepers7 6 months ago

    never understood the exposure dial... I mean, if you shoot raw you can easly increase/decrease exposure with LR or any other software so there is no need to bother with the dial and think about exp in post. right?

  • Miguel Isidro
    Miguel Isidro 6 months ago

    Might be the perfect camera I'm looking for. Thanks for this. Btw did you do any post processing or are those photos SOOC? Did you apply any presets?

  • Ben Millar
    Ben Millar 6 months ago +1

    What lens strap do you use with the fujifilm x100f?

  • abudaabadi
    abudaabadi 6 months ago

    you could have cleaned your sensor in the video camera...

  • Ryan Yao
    Ryan Yao 6 months ago

    I have a x100t, I love it. The only thing is sometimes I wish the autofocus could be slightly fast and accurate

  • Laura Patricia
    Laura Patricia 6 months ago

    I can just listen to you talk all day omg

  • Helio Carvalho
    Helio Carvalho 6 months ago

    Hey Pablo! Great shots man! And great video! Congrats!! Do you have instagram? Mine is @heliocarvalho

  • gunars treikals
    gunars treikals 6 months ago

    Looks like I've been using this camera for some 2 years already. So before I had eos 30d and this fuji is amazing, really really nice camera. I like how discrete it is and how intuitive it feels, silent shutter sound. But as any tool it has some learning curve. First one was EV stops dial... Sometimes you just take camera out of pocket and shoot, and well ... That ring turns in the pocket.

  • yinyi0530
    yinyi0530 6 months ago

    Thanks for the video! The photos are so great. I own an X100F too and I love it so much. However, I always get shaky photos for indoors settings even I use higher ISO and faster shutter speed. Would you mind sharing the setting (iso & shutter speed) for indoors photos?

  • Phil Jones65
    Phil Jones65 6 months ago

    I like the camera but the lens is quite soft at closer focus wide open it's not as good as I expected, also perhaps there is a reason why many have a 28mm maybe that wider view is better. 35mm is a bit of a no mans land it's not wide and it's not tele seems to be an uncomfortable mid between 28mm and 50mm

  • Doyoung's Pick
    Doyoung's Pick 6 months ago

    I really love the tone on this camera. It's so pretty

  • isaac macdonald
    isaac macdonald 6 months ago +2

    Hey can anyone tell me the name of the camera strap thanks

  • cshot86
    cshot86 7 months ago +1

    your pictures are wonderful. soul is the important part of taking pictures no matter it is a human or a alley, front store, gumball machine or a gull. i was long thinking which compact camera i should i buy but i think this is my camera after your review. thanks for the examples/shots.

  • MrToonfish
    MrToonfish 7 months ago

    All I want is the perfect camera... cfr The camera conspiracies ! The X100F is a lovely camera, I using also one of first camera X-PRO1 + the Fujinon 23mm f/2 permanently attached to it ! Really love them. Rumble in Brighton, love this place too for sure. Regards from Belgium.

  • rosieisbored
    rosieisbored 7 months ago

    Loved this review, would also have liked to hear about your experience with battery life.

  • Connor Gurr
    Connor Gurr 7 months ago

    Where can I get one of those camera straps! Besides Topo designs for a million bucks

  • Jez I AM
    Jez I AM 7 months ago

    How long ha this model been out and when will an upgrade happen ?

    Because If this had weather sealing then I’d go for it, but I’ve been currently cameraless for over three years (sold all my Nikon DSLr and
    lenses) and would like to one day return to photography. I like street photography, with a viewfinder, and this camera looks good. I know the Ricoh is the go to street camera p and s but the newest version lacks weather sealing too....

  • ron jea
    ron jea 7 months ago

    What’s your camera settings?

  • Isaac0516
    Isaac0516 7 months ago

    This is the review video that got me decided on buying my x100f. I was choosing between xe-3 and x100f.

  • Christopher Ian
    Christopher Ian 7 months ago

    Dont you mean 50mm, not 35mm? almost all rangefinder style cameras like this came with a 50mm....

  • Stefan Bendik
    Stefan Bendik 7 months ago

    nailed the focus in this video!

  • Tim Bindner
    Tim Bindner 7 months ago

    I borrowed a friends X100F, fell in love with it and mine arrives tomorrow. Now my XT-2 has a little brother.

  • Thomas Geist
    Thomas Geist 8 months ago

    I find the most important accessory for a black X100 can be found at an arts and crafts store. That’s right. Buy some black textured 1/4 inch tape and cover the useless flash that completely destroys the stealth factor. One cannot put a UV filter or hood on the X100 and still use the flash; so If you think you’ll need flash get a beautiful little EF-X20 and have a real flash that’s nothing in the pocket and also looks like it’s part of the X100. You will be very surprised how covering the eye-grabbing flash lens improves the stealth and all round serious look of the black version. If you have the silver version just leave it alone. Kinda looks like an old light meter sensor and does not call attention to itself anyway. Just don’t try to use it if you so much as have a UV filter attached. Fuji: complete waist of space.

  • J T
    J T 8 months ago

    Best review of this camera I’ve seen. Love the fact that you included the images from your outing in the video. Thank you.

  • J T
    J T 8 months ago

    Best review of this camera I’ve seen. Love the fact that you included the images from your outing in the video. Thank you.