The fourth iteration—hence the ‘F’, weirdly; they went roman numeral V for ‘fifth’—of the X100 line. Almost exactly the same body (and actually the same lens) as the original X100, the X100F simply packs all the latest goodness Fujifilm had to offer in early 2017 into an already-near-perfect form.
A focus selection joystick and front dial, plus the combined shutter speed/ISO top dial from the X-Pro2, are the main physical differences from the original.
While resolution doubles from 12 to 24MP, the only real thing stopping me still using the original X100 regularly was performance (both auto-focus and general speed) and the X100F basically solves both. I’m also totally bought-in on the focus joystick with newer Fujis so it’s great to see it here.
Here’s a sample image taken with the Fujifilm X100F:
Jul 2019 – present
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