Equipped with a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter, the Fujfilm X100F boasts the highest performance in the history of the X Series. Powered by the X-Processor Pro engine, this combination delivers high-speed image processing for outstanding results – including low noise, high ISO sensitivity (ISO 100-51200), and sharp images with beautiful colour and smooth tone gradations. This is also what enables Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps and 8 frames per second continuous shooting. Other highlights include the 0.5 second startup time and a shutter release lag of just 0.01 second.
The Fujifilm X100F compact camera boasts many new functions and controls, with most of the buttons and dials designed to be accessed on the right-hand side of the camera body for quick and easy adjustment. It features a Built-In Dial incorporated into the Shutter Speed Dial, a focus lever and a “C” position that allows for quick and easy exposure compensation by +-5 stops.
This Fujifilm X Series camera flaunts both electronic and optical viewing so you can enjoy the best of both worlds, thanks to a unique Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder. Employ the optical viewfinder when you want the clearest possible view of the scene and minimal lag time, such as in sports photography. Or relish the technological advancements of the electronic viewfinder for those times you want to fine-tune focus, exposure, white balance and other settings so you can monitor the adjustments before making an exposure. To switch between the two, it’s as easy as flicking the dedicated OVF/EVF lever.
The Fujifilm X100F compact camera promises superior focusing with accurate results thanks to an advanced hybrid autofocusing system that draws on both contrast- and phase-detection methods. With a total of 91 AF points, accuracy and high performance is guaranteed. Whether you’re shooting in the low light of a magical sunrise over the ocean or capturing moving subjects such as children jumping on a trampoline, this Fujifilm camera will deliver.
Fujifilm’s well-known and much-loved Film Simulation function is available on the Fujifilm X100F Compact Camera, offering a range of different modes to add unique effects to your images and video. Enjoy playing with various film simulation modes such as Provia, Velvia, Astia, Monochrome, Sepia and more.
The Fujifilm X100F compact camera features a built-in three-stop Neutral Density Filter. This is especially handy when photographing in bright lighting conditions with slower shutter speeds or wider aperture settings – like if you were to capture a waterfall in daylight, but wanted to portray the smooth flowing movement of the water rather than snap-freezing it in the image. This filter can be activated easily from the camera menu.
With built-in Wi-Fi, the Fujifilm X100F Compact Camera makes it easy to wirelessly transfer images to a computer or smartphone over Wi-Fi networks. The Wi-Fi connection can also be used to wirelessly control the camera from a linked mobile device. Whether you want to share an image to social media instantaneously or you want to take a group photo and use your phone as a remote to click the shutter, this technology is sure to come in handy.
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No, the Fujifilm X100F Compact Camera features a fixed Fujinon 23mm f/2 lens. It is a fast wide-angle lens that delivers great optical quality and was purposefully designed to be non-interchangeable and non-collapsible to ensure the best possible optical quality for beautiful images.
There are not two different viewfinders, but the one viewfinder which is capable of working in two different ways. It is an Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder. While the optical viewfinder functionality allows minimal lag time and the absolute clearest visual, the electronic viewfinder has technological benefits like allowing you to see the results of settings adjustments before actually taking the photo. Depending on the shooting conditions and the type of photo you’re taking, you can easily switch which viewfinder mode you use.
The Fujifilm X100F camera has a wide ISO sensitivity range from ISO 100-51200. At the maximum setting, you can capture great results in very low light conditions – whether it’s a low light portraits or twinkling stars in the sky with the help of a tripod.