This review is devoted to X100T that Fujifilm has first introduced to the public in Sep 12, 2014. This model is a Large Sensor Compact camera with a resolution of 16.0 MP and a APS-C (23.6 x 15.8 mm) sized CMOS X-TRANS II sensor.
Initially, Fujifilm developed this model to replace their older
and, after some time, Fujifilm has replaced this upgraded model with their most recent
To learn more about the specs and difference between these models, check our
complete comparison by following these links:
Fujifilm X100T vs. X100F
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In Large Sensor Compact cameras (Top 10 Compact Cameras) this model has taken rank #233 out of 472. Its Overall Score has reached 43/100 and it takes a rank of #563 out of 1174 in all Cameras.
Now let's delve into more details of our Fujifilm X100T review by assessing its features and specs, as well as checking what pros and cons it has compared to other average products in this category.
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In this part of our review, we are going to take a closer look at the technical specs and features presented in Fujifilm X100T. In addition, we are going to define the main pros and cons of this model and, based on this info, compare it to other average Large Sensor Compact cameras.
Fujifilm X100T has the following external dimensions 127 x 127 x 52 mm (50 x 29.13 x 20.47″) with the weight of 440 g.
The typical weight for average Large Sensor Compact type cameras is 393g. If we compare the average indicator to the weight of Fujifilm X100T, we can conclude that this model is heavier than many other similar products.
Talking about the camera’s thickness, it is worth saying that Fujifilm X100T is thinner than other average cameras from this class. Its thickness is 52mm.
Look at the pictures below to see the front and top view of Fujifilm X100T with the indication of this model’s dimensions:
If you want to have a better idea of how big the Fujifilm X100T is, look at the pictures below to see how big it is compared to a credit card and a AA type battery.
Finally, let's check how different are the weight and thickness of the Fujifilm X100T compared to other models from this class of cameras presented by the brand’s competitors:
Unfortunately, Fujifilm X100T comes without a waterproof feature, so if you want it to serve well and last longer, you will have to use it very carefully and avoid water.
Unfortunately, Fujifilm X100T comes without a dustproof feature, so if you want it to serve well and last longer, you will have to use it very carefully and protect your camera from external threats such as dust.
Fujifilm X100T comes with EXR Processor II processor. This model also boasts of a resolution of 16.0 MP and is equipped with a APS-C (23.6 x 15.8 mm) sized CMOS X-TRANS II sensor.
The base of Fujifilm X100T has the following ISO range 200 - 6400 and it also comes with a possibility of extending this indicator to 100 - 51200.
Also, this model comes with the support of the RAW file. This gives you more opportunities in terms of further processing of your files as you can pick to save them in a RAW format.
Fujifilm X100T features a 16.0 MP APS-C sensor, which is not a good pick for high-quality and detailed pictures. However, we have an alternative option for you if you were looking for higher resolution.
Fujifilm X100T is known for the lack of anti-alias (Low-pass) filter. It is one of its essential features of the sensor built in this model. The absence of this filter contributes to a higher level of details and sharpness in the pictures you take. Yet, the lack of an anti-alias filter also enhances the possibility of more occurring in certain conditions.
Now let’s check how we can compare the size of APS-C sensor featured in Fujifilm X100T with other standard sensor sizes.
Fujifilm X100T is equipped with a Fixed Type 3" LCD screen. The resolution of this model’s screen reaches 1,040k dots.
In addition, this model comes with a built-in Electronic and Optical (tunnel) ViewFinder.
Some of the other highlights of Fujifilm X100T are its 6.0 fps max speed and 1/32000 sec max shutter speed, which allow you to shoot continuously.
X100T features both an embedded flash and a flash shoe, which means that you can use both built-in and external flashes depending on your needs.
One more highlight that makes Fujifilm X100T stand out is the fact that it features two smart AutoFocusing systems. One of these systems is called Phase Detection and the other one is Contrast Detection. Both features stand for higher accuracy and focus speed in different situations. With the smart AutoFocus system presented in this model, photographers can choose from 49 points.
In addition, X100T has a Face detection AF feature that quickly finds the faces that appear within the frame range and locks the focus on them automatically.
As for the video quality characteristics of Fujifilm X100T, it gives you a possibility to shoot videos at the highest resolution of 1920 x 1080 You also have enough flexibility in terms of how you can save your files. Namely, Fujifilm X100T allows you to save files in H.264 formats.
Fujifilm X100T provides full HD resolution, which means that this model shows decent performance in most situations.
In addition, Fujifilm X100T is equipped with a special port that you can use to connect an external microphone for recording high-quality sound with its help.
One more advantage of Fujifilm X100T is its embedded wireless (Wi-Fi) connectivity. This feature makes it possible to share files with suitable devices without the necessity to connect them physically.
In addition, X100T is equipped with its USB 2.0 or HDMI ports that make it possible to connect X100T with suitable external devices.
In concordance with generally accepted CIPA standards, the battery featured in Fujifilm X100T provides a shooting life of 330, while the average battery life of cameras in this class is 301 shots.
Compared to all models in the Large Sensor Compact category, Fujifilm X100T offers the highest battery life that reaches 330 shots.
In this part of our review, we are going to focus on Fujifilm X100T’s performance in various fields of photography. Each sub-section stands for a specific photography area. In every part, we will review Fujifilm X100T’s name performance and give it an overall score. This first spider web graph indicates how we can compare the X100T to the average Compact camera.
Hover your mouse over the points to see the score details for each photography type.
After carefully reviewing how well Fujifilm X100T performs Portrait Photography, we gave it a score of 91. Compared to scores of other cameras from the same class, Fujifilm X100T can be called a Great model for this type of photography.
If the score of this model doesn’t impress you and you are still looking for a model that is better suited for Portrait Photography, we recommend you to check out our Top 10 Cameras for Portrait Photography.
After carefully reviewing how well Fujifilm X100T performs Street Photography, we gave it a score of 82. Compared to scores of other cameras from the same class, Fujifilm X100T can be called a Great model for this type of photography.
After carefully reviewing how well Fujifilm X100T performs Sports Photography, we gave it a score of 77. Compared to scores of other cameras from the same class, Fujifilm X100T can be called a 77 model for this type of photography.
After carefully reviewing how well Fujifilm X100T performs Daily Photography, we gave it a score of 47. Compared to scores of other cameras from the same class, Fujifilm X100T can be called a Intermediate model for this type of photography.
After carefully reviewing how well Fujifilm X100T performs Landscape Photography, we gave it a score of 77. Compared to scores of other cameras from the same class, Fujifilm X100T can be called a 77 model for this type of photography.
If the score of this model doesn’t impress you and you are still looking for a model that is better suited for Landscape Photography, we recommend you to check out our Top 10 Cameras for Landscape Photography.
|Announced||Sep 12, 2014|
|Body Type||Large sensor compact|
|Lens Mount||Fixed lens|
|Number of Lenses||n/a|
|Focal Length Multiplier||n/a|
|Macro Focus Range||10|
|Screen Type||Fixed Type|
|Screen Resolution||1,040k dots|
|ViewFinder||Electronic and Optical (tunnel)|
|ViewFinder Resolution||2,360k dots|
|Min Shutter Speed||30 s|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/32000 s|
|Continuous Shooting||6.0 fps|
|Manual Exposure Mode|
|Custom White Balance|
|Flash Modes||Auto, forced, suppressed, slow synchro, commander|
|Sensor Type||CMOS X-TRANS II|
|Sensor Dimensions||23.6 x 15.8 mm|
|Sensor Area||372.88 mm2|
|Sensor Resolution||16.0 MP|
|Max Image Resolution||4896 x 3264|
|Max Native ISO||6,400|
|Max Boosted ISO||51,200|
|Min Native ISO||200|
|AF Multi Area|
|AF Live View|
|AF Face Detection|
|AF Contrast Detection|
|AF Phase Detection|
|Number of Focus Points||49|
|Number of Cross Focus Points||n/a|
|Video Resolutions||1920 x 1080 (60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, 24p)|
|Max Video Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Physical Dimensions||127 x 74 x 52 mm|
|Battery Life||330 shots|
|Battery Type||330 shots|