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|Seller Notes:||“Used #1908021 Mint: Almost no scratch, very clean, good operation”|
|Optical Zoom:||1x||Type:||Point & Shoot|
|Series:||Fujifilm FinePix X Series||Brand:||Fujifilm|
|Model:||Fujifilm X100||Battery Type:||Lithium-Ion|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||Japan||Screen Size:||2.8"|
|Take amazing photos with the Fujifilm FinePix X Series Point and Shoot Camera. The Fujifilm camera has 12.3-megapixel resolution, producing incredible images from your trips. Featuring 1x optical zoom, it delivers clear images of far-away subjects. An HDMI port is built into the camera, so you can easily show your travel pictures to friends and family on a larger screen. Perfect your skills and capture extraordinary photos with this Fujifilm FinePix X Series Point and Shoot Camera.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||115815255|
|Product Key Features|
|Series||Fujifilm FinePix X Series|
|Type||Point & Shoot|
|Additional Product Features|
|Light Sensitivity MAX||12800|
|MAX Video Resolution||1280x720|
|Optical Viewfinder Type||Real-Image|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 Ev Range, in 1/3 Ev Steps|
|Min Shutter SPEED||3600 Sec|
|Light Sensitivity||Iso Auto, Iso 200-6400, Iso 100, Iso 12800, 100-12800, 200-6400|
|Exposure Metering||Center-Weighted, Multi-Segment, SPOT|
|Integrated Memory Size||20MB|
|Exposure Modes||Bulb, Manual, Shutter-Priority, Automatic, Program, Aperture-Priority|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer Specific|
|Digital Video Format||H.264, MOV|
|MAX Shutter SPEED||1/4000 Sec|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||35mm|
|Special Effects||Color Filter, Film Simulation, Black & White|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Card, SD Card, SDXC Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Card, SD Memory Card|
|Flash Type||Built-In Flash|
|Min Operating Temperature||0°C|
|Effective Flash Range||0.5m-9m|
|Auto Focus Type||TTL Contrast Detection|
|Viewfinder Type||Hybrid (Optical/Electronic), Optical|
|Dioptric Correction Range||-2 to +1|
|Continuous Shooting SPEED||5fps, 3fps|
|Still Image Format||JPEG, Raw + JPEG, Raw|
|Operating System Supported||Mississippi Windows 7, Mississippi Windows XP, Mississippi Windows Vista|
|Camera Type||Point & Shoot|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.47|
|MAX Operating Temperature||40°C|
|Camera Flash Features||Af Illuminator|
|Screen Details||LCD Display-Tft Active Matrix-2.8"-Color|
|Shooting Modes||Frame Movie Mode|
|Flash Modes||OFF! Mode, Fill-In Mode, Slow Synchro, Red-Eye Reduction, Auto Mode|
|Expansion Slot||1X SD Memory Card|
|Video Captûre||H.264-1280 X 720-24fps-600 Sec-MAX Clip Duration|
|Connector Types||1X Hdmi Output, 1X Hawaii-SPEED USB|
|Macro Focus Range||0.1-2.0m|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Stereo|
|Focus Adjustment||Manual, Automatic|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
Still a classic and a collectors item
This was the retro body that started it all. The poor mans Leica if you will. The image quality is top notch, competes with my newer 16MP files. Alas it is not perfect it is slow, between shots or if you need to do anything adjustment wise between exposures the lag time is more than noticeable. This is only a hindrance if you are a run and gun photographer. It requires a bit more control input, but the hybrid OVF/EVF gives you all the information you need for perfect exposures. And the one touch ND filter makes versatility a dream. The newer X100S/T have fixed the flaws but also changed to sensor and character of the original. Maybe a compromise but in the right hands it will translate your vision of the photograph perfectly or teach you to better expose your images through trial and error.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: rommel1013
This is a great camera both for professionals and general consumers.
Geared towards hobbyist and professional photographers as a secondary lightweight unit, the Fujifilm FinePix X100 delivers the goods but not without having a few flaws. The X100's physical camera control dials lend themselves well for manual exposure setting. The aperture, shutter time, and exposure compensation dials allow for plenty of fine tuning without having to go into menus or having to deal with button and wheel combinations as with DSLRs and P&S cameras. Various automatic modes such as shutter priority, aperture priority, and full automatic enables this camera to be accessible to even beginner photographers and is a good platform to learn the basis of exposure. The build quality of this camera is superb. The metal body not only gives the camera a high end luxury look and feel, it also makes the camera sturdy and a joy to hold. Its retro design is executed beautifully. With a sensor size comparable to common DSLRs, the images this camera is able to capture are vivid with plenty of detail. The images are sharp with accurate colour rendition. The f/2.0 aperture allows for some sweet photographs with plenty of depth and lets the camera shoot in low light without the use of a flash or a tripod. Although, this camera excels in many respects, it must be said that it doesn't do so without having a few imperfections. These imperfections are mainly centered around the camera's ability to focus. Focusing is speedy and accurate in scenery with plenty of light, however that performance gradually diminishes as it's introduced to low light situations. The camera tends to hunt for focus or miss focus all together. Manual focusing is possible with this camera, however users will quickly notice that it takes plenty of turns of the focusing ring to move through the focal plane. The X100 struggles to keep up with fast moving action. Close up focusing can also lead to miss focus due to the nature of the camera's design that results in parallax when viewing and focusing scenes through the optical view finder. Even with the aforementioned quirks that the FujiFilm FinePix X100 has, it still stands as an amazing camera that can capture equally amazing photographs. It is great as a lightweight secondary unit for professionals and is perfect for vacation travels and daily lifestyle photos for general consumers.
DSLR quality in a truly portable body with an excellent EVF
The picture quality of this camera is wonderful. This is due mainly to the APS-C sized sensor and lack of an AA filter. The controls are a little quirky and it definitely has focus issues in some situations. but once you get to know it it all becomes second hand. The lack of interchangeable lenses is a drawback, but is more than offset by the fast small prime lens it comes with and the fact that dirt on the sensor will never be an issue. It's other major advantage is it's size. This is a camera you can really take everywhere with very little hassle, much, much smaller and lighter than even a small DSLR. The EVF works very well and being able to use that instead of the LCD on the back is what really makes this camera work for me.
A good camera that became great with firmware updates.
In its latest incarnation, with firmware 1.3, the Finepix X100 is an absolute joy to shoot with. Fuji should be given credit for listening to its customers and improving the camera through several firmware updates. Though the removal of the anti-aliasing filter in the X100S, about to be released, is said to give that newer version an advantage in resolution, the original X100 is already a camera that resolves a LOT of detail, even at higher iso settings, so I would not hesitate to get one used at the current very attractive prices. The hybrid viewfinder is ingenious and a great boon to those who, like me, love using an optical finder. Those who prefer an EVF will get a good one, not the best in class but one that is very usable. I shoot an E-M5 too, with a top notch EVF, and while the X100 might not reach that level, I haven't found it noticeably lacking. I only wish that Fuji had implement the Q menu option for the "raw" button, as they did in the X10 and do in the successor to the X100. There are three settings that are not on the center dial that I would like to be able to access quickly -- iso, "film" mode, and ND filter, since the camera cannot shoot faster shutter speeds wide open, a limitation of the leaf shutter in the lens, though the same shutter allows synching with flash up to 1/2000 second. As it is you can choose your options for the two buttons, function and raw, but the for the third item (in my case ND) you have to go wading through the endless menu. A minor but real annoyance. I'd have given the camera 4 1/2 stars if that were an option, since I think Fuji could fix this with firmware but chose instead to just incorporate the improvement in the new model. With that one caveat out of the way, I have nothing but praise for the X100. The files are very,very good, whether you shoot raw or jpeg. In fact many photographers who typically shoot raw, don't bother on this camera because the jpegs are just so good. Anyone holding back because they think the fixed lens (35mm equivalent) could be a limitation might be surprised how liberating shooting with a single prime lens can be. Though I have a stable of cameras and lenses, these days I find myself reaching for the X100 when I leave the house. It is portable; the image quality is superb, the operability once you are acquainted with the camera, is natural and allows you to concentrate on taking pictures, not on fiddling with the zoom. You're not going to go bird shooting with it; you'll need another camera and a long telephoto lens for that, but for everyday walk-around shooting, the X100 is appropriate and fun to use.
Perfect size for travel. Very impressed with low-light performance.
I read tons of reviews for this camera, especially compared to the Fuji X100S before I bought. For the price difference, I determined the X100 was the better choice. I do a lot of travel, and having a small, quality camera like the X100 saves lots of room in the bag compared to my DSLR. Sure, being restricted to a fixed 35mm lens is somewhat limiting, but I am happy to work around it. Reminds me of getting started with my Pentax K1000 and 50mm. The layout of the camera is taking some getting used to (I'm a Nikon shooter), but not really difficult. I like the manual focus ring and the aperture ring being on the lens barrel, instead of push buttons on the back. All in all, I'm happy with my purchase.