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Fujifilm X-T100: First Camera Samples

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These are first images of Fujifilm's first camera with a fully articulating touch display for vlogging!
Fujifilm X-T100: First Camera Samples
X-T100 with fully articulating touch display

The new X-T100 is rocking a 23.5 x 15.7 mm (APS-C) CMOS with primary color filter with the X-T20's 2,360K-dot OLED color viewfinder. This effectively makes it an X-A5 with a viewfinder and a fully articulating touch display.
The X-T20's viewfinder
The X-T20's viewfinder

It also has the latest in the autofocus algorithms from Fujifilm and it looks like it is targeting vlogging.

We like that Fujifilm has decided to fill the gap between the PHP 35K, Fujifilm X-A5 and the PHP 60+K X-E3 and X-T20 cameras.

Let's see the straight from camera images!

Disclaimer: These are images from a pre-production model that was loaned to us by Fujifilm Philippines. The images here may get even better after the final retail version is released.

Camera Samples

XF 15 to 45 PZ at 15 mm
XF 15 to 45 PZ at 15 mm
XF 15 to 45 PZ at 45 mm
XF 15 to 45 PZ at 45 mm
The detail and contrast is good even in broad daylight
The detail and contrast is good even in broad daylight
You can really freeze the waves
You can really freeze the waves
Pedestrians
Pedestrians
Timing is critical
Timing is critical
Up close and personal
Up close and personal
Even in lowlight, the details are retained
Even in lowlight, the details are retained
Clean lowlight is possible
Clean lowlight is possible
ISO 6400. There is grain, but it is pleasing! It adds texture and tells you how dark it really was.
ISO 6400. There is grain, but it is pleasing! It adds texture and tells you how dark it really was.
ISO 6400 The lens flares are okay
ISO 6400 The lens flares are okay
Low exposures with bulb mode or up to 30 seconds is possible
Low exposures with bulb mode or up to 30 seconds is possible
Even at ISO 4000, the images are good clean
Even at ISO 4000, the images are good clean

The X-T100 can take brilliant images even with just the new pancake zoom XF 15 to 45. We've taken it out in daylight and lowlight and the images are clean up to ISO 4000!

The images aren't the sharpest out there but the details are there and most people will be happy with it. The colors on the other hand are near accurate when the white balance gets it right. So far, the auto white balance gets it right 8 out of 10 times.

But even at the high of ISO 6400, the grain is pleasing and it adds texture to the image which tells you how dark the scene was. The detail lost from the grain is noticeable but the image is usable for non-professionals.

It can also take pictures rather close to the subject like in our ramen picture.

We will have to take it out more often and do more tests. We'll also use other Fujifilm XF lenses to see how well it will do.

Stay tuned for our full review.
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