Still gathering dust for me, after all these years. The Nikon 1 series has a great AF speed and reliability. The new images shed light on how the canyon formed and help better our understanding of Mars. For security, I simply attached a handstrap from my old F30, another classic Fujifilm camera. I used to watch the dpreview studio scene (the old one with the globe and the blue watch) and the x100 somehow managed to produce the least amounts of visual noise between 800-3200 ISO among virtually all its peers. I still don't like the attention the camera gets - I love it for the images and I'd rather not draw attention to myself when I use it, but for all that it is a nice piece of product design. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. Got a Canon 7D and Fuji X100, the Fuji is slower but not slow in a sense it does not work. It's still capable of getting nice imagery. Add a premium genuine-leather case (LC-X100V) to X100V to complement its classic design, while giving complete access to the camera’s battery and memory card when it is in place. Using only the OVF makes a wonderful street cam and I can change aperture, speed and exposure in milliseconds. It is just that I kept my X1 and later added an X2. What is field curvature, and why should you care? I purchased the camera in Canada for $1200, now it is worth less than half that, I just purchased the Panasonic ZS 100, for about the same price a few years later, at least this camera focuses.What is the use of a lovely retro look camera that doesn't work. Learn how your comment data is processed. First thing i come home is to trash my X100 and get the camera plus lens you got! There is, where your metaphor fails. However, this camera will always have a place with me. Let us know in the comments! Alongside the price change, Capture One has added a seat to new license purchases. US manufacturer Really Right Stuff just released a new lightweight travel tripod, aimed at active and weight-conscious photographers that don't want to compromise on quality. I don’t know of many companies that would do that. The menu system is slow and (unsurprisingly) looks dated compared to newer models. I had a terrific time with my X100. Nowadays the RX1 is often the 1st camera I grab when I go out the door but I still have a warm place in my heart for the X100. In an article published by ICAN Management Review, Sigma CEO Kazuto Yamaki speaks to the future of the company, including the possibility of RF/Z mount Sigma lenses, future camera systems and more. I will put it to good use, I promise. In this buying guide we've rounded-up several great cameras for shooting landscapes, and recommended the best. It ... Classic styling; Innovation. We've combed through the options and selected our two favorite cameras in this class. But $1200? Only 7 left in stock. Post-processing of the pictures varies from slight adjustments to heavy color grading to show what kind of results can be achieved with different approaches. The new CV5 system on a chip can encode 8K video at up to 60 fps, while also providing enough overhead for AI-powered features and capture modes, such as face-detection in action cameras and collision avoidance in drones. High resolution, weather-sealed bodies and wide dynamic range are all important. A rare longview approach in an age of forced upgrade cycles. I fell in love with it immediately and spent quite some time on the elegant Fujifilm website dedicated to this camera. SN 12 & 13 were more prone (if not only) to SAB so get a fixed one or a different SN to be safe. Fujifilm X100 V (reversed metal 49mm filter thread, 16.7 oz./474g with battery and card, 4 inch/10 cm close focus, $1,399.95). My favorite color Film Simulation on the X100F is called Classic Chrome. I just bought MG Voigtlander 40/1.8 MF lens for D750 to fill this same niche. Still have (and use) my X100 often... it's my go-to personal travel / day to day camera... very enjoyable to use (but for it's sometimes sluggish performance). So sorry to hear that. In a series of firmware updates the company not only smoothed-over a host of the camera’s most annoying rough edges, but then went about adding features. Installed the latest firmware and have been loving it ever since. Whether you make a living out of taking professional portraits, or are the weekend warrior who knows their way around flashes and reflectors, you'll want a camera with high resolution, exceptional autofocus and a good selection of portrait prime lenses. Maybe that is why I love to take portraits the most. I was pretty new at dpreview back in the days when the x100 was introduced and I remember drooling about its super low-noise performance at higher ISO values. I have a few old film bodies but I have always tried to have current generation digital bodies. Just playing with my x100 original or classic. Get it Tuesday, Jan 12. Good travel cameras should be small, versatile, and offer good image quality. The X100 was a great little camera. But your mileage may vary. Thanks for helping me and everybody else on here. Certainly the age, popularity and the reputation of a camera are all important factors. We’d been asking manufacturers to build a small camera with a big sensor for a number of years, so you can imagine the buzz in the office when Fujifilm showed up in London with a pre-production X100 and asked ‘Is this what you meant?’. The inner side of the cover has the golden pattern which you can see on most of the pictures about the camera. And that viewfinder! In the first example, the XF 23mm f/1.4 produces the smoother result in my eyes on f/2 but the difference is not very big. I’m looking to get an X100F soon, as I got an X100 classic years ago, then added an X-T1 in 2014 with some nice glass including the 56mm f1.2 – but some of the magic was lost. The annoyance only comes from seeing that spun as some kind of benefit. It forces me to slow down a little and take the time to make a composition. Strange. bigger. To enable use of the converter, the company has also issued firmware v1.30 which adds a function for its use as well as fixing two minor operational bugs. That Sony sensor is phenomenal too, one of the best APS-C chips ever made IMO, incredible DR and low noise floor. They recently expanded on this with the TCL-X100 that tightens the focal length to a classic 50mm. The lens looked interesting too. The leaf shutter was awesome, not only being quiet, but allowing for a wider range of flash sync speeds than the DSLRs that Ive used. Our team at DPReview TV just wrapped up its review of the Nikon Z7 II. And you proclaim, that you need interchangeable lenses? I miss out on quite some photos. Perfection means creating a system that allows photographers to control, frame, and create with style, ease, and purpose. It was my only camera for 4 years, and responsible for a number of great shots. Sony has just announced their 39th full-frame E-mount lens, the FE 35mm F1.4 GM. That lovely viewfinder! I knew that he grew up in the US but I had no idea that it was the neighborhood where Ansel Adams lived at the time. Spoiler alert, its JPEG engine and high-res mode are both really impressive. Unless otherwise noted images taken with no particular settings at full resolution. I always feel as there is this flexibility then offering an alternative £100 more for WR would make it a great landscape ...walking camera as wee as an urban cool dudes camera ...missed opportunity. Fuji started to address this when they released the WCL-X100 wide angle converter shortly after the X100S was released, opening the X100 line from a 35mm equivalent to approximately 28mm. I am a film photographer on his journey finding the balance between self-expression and everyday life. Easier to use physical interface, including selection of aperture and harder-to-mess-up Exposure Compensation knob. Click through to see our picks. My X100 has served me with distinction. I still have my X100 and will NEVER sell it. Love my X100S and am not selling it. I'm really looking forward to the weather improving so I can go out and try my hand at street photography. Any camera without a zoom in the 24-85mm range with option of a 50mm f/1.4 is unusable for photography, you just wouldn't be flexible enough. What IS there is very pleasant. The best part is that he is not only owning the first generation X100, but he was also kind enough to borrow me so I could take pictures with and of it for the blog. Nikon cites 'differences in regional laws and safety standards' for the change, which will see its comprehensive international warranty transition to more region-specific warranties by the end of the month. I remember the morning I looked online for new camera news, when I was selling my LUMIX LX3 (the first camera I loved), and seeing the news of the X100. Originally I use the Leica M2 and it was about 4 years ago. I started shooting with it again, taking it with me everywhere. I'm interested in using an old lomo flash designed for the lc-a - will it destro... Idb_experiment 35 months ago 0 replies. My wife does not like the fact that the lens is visible in the viewfinder. IMO that's what makes the first one a classic. Not amazing by any stretch of the imagination, but pretty decent considering that it is a wide pancake lens with only a moderately fast f/2 maximum aperture. Even the old X100 with it's quirks still produces images that are printable.No newly introduced feature on any successor can change that. The company had recognized that its most successful niche (the S-series superzooms) was becoming a commodity market, with most customers caring more about how many ‘X’ the zoom range was, rather than which brand name was printed on the front.

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