Fujifilm X100F 24.3 MP APS-C Digital Camera - Silver

Fujifilm X100F 24.3 MP APS-C Digital Camera - Silver
From Fujifilm

Price: $1,299.99 Details

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Average customer review:
(5.0 stars, based on 17 reviews)

Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #947 in Camera & Photo
  • Color: Silver
  • Brand: Fujifilm
  • Model: X100F - Silver
  • Released on: 2017-02-23
  • Aspect ratio: 4:3
  • Dimensions: 6.90" h x 7.00" w x 3.90" l, 2.00 pounds
  • Battery type: Lithium Ion
  • Display size: 3


  • 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter and X-Processor Pro
  • 8 way focus lever + the number of focusing points has been expanded from 49 in previous models to 91 (up to 325 points).
  • Built-in Iso dial, incorporated into the shutter speed dial
  • AF mode(single / Zone / wide-tracking)
  • New np-w126s lithium battery

The Fujifilm x100f is the latest premium compact digital camera to join the x series family. It is the ultimate in premium compact digital camera, equipped with the advanced hybrid viewfinder of enhanced convenience. While maintaining the elegant design and same 23mmf2 focal length that has proven to be popular, the new camera has been developed in pursuit for easy operability, reflecting requests from users of previous models

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

85 of 91 people found the following review helpful.
5Like a vintage Leica
By Keith Yong
Edit: Spent some time in Japan with this camera. I'm an artist so I take a lot of reference photos at f4 for the most part to get the most detail. This camera has performed above and beyond my expectations. Images are crazy sharp and jpegs come out beautifully rendered. Camera is very easy to use once you get used to the UI and manual controls. I found it very easy to just pick up the camera, turn it on, and take a shot. A single battery easily lasts a whole day and half of regular shooting. Zero annoyances with the camera so far.

I sold my XT1 to try out some compacts, so far I've tried out the Ricoh GR, and now the X100F.

- The design is reminiscent of the vintage Leica Model 3. I just love the design of the camera in general. The sleek design gives me the confidence to carry the camera around and not look like a tourist with a DSLR.
- Compact but has some heft. As much as I like my camera to be super compact and ultra light, I can appreciate the build quality and heft of the camera that adds a lot of its character. It's around the weight of a hardcover book.
- Coming from an XT1, I love how fresh everything feels. The upgraded UI and menu, the navigational buttons, the power toggle all feel better than the XT1. The way the buttons feel have been updated.
- I love 35mm focal length. I tried the Ricoh GR's 28mm focal length but found its pictures a bit too distorted. I've also used XT1+35mmF2 and found the 50mm focal length to be too limiting for landscapes. The X100F's 35mm focal length is a perfect fit for me.
- JPEG's look great. I just love how easy it is to get good looking shots. The images come out looking natural, with great shadows and color.
- I'm not much of a black and white shooter but I like Acros so far especially with Red filter. Acros gives you a bright, clean BW image, with nice contrast. It has a very modern feel to it.
- It was a bit hard to get used to the pull up ISO dial at first but with more practice I can now adjust ISO and shutter speed on the fly. I like having both settings on the same wheel because I don't have to move my hand to adjust one or the other.
- Joystick works great, I didn't use it at first but I find that I'm using the joystick more and more.
- Battery life is pretty nice. I used the camera sporadically for a 6 hour romp through NYC and it had around 40% left, enough time to battery life to transfer my images to my iPhone via WiFi.
- Fuji JPEG's work very well with VSCO filters. It's like a perfect pairing. Great if you have an instagram account.

- One thing which I think they would have put on the camera is a thumb rest. The camera is a bit awkward to hold without a thumbrest, although it's not much of an issue for me. However I'm sure this issue can be easily fixed with third party thumbrests come out, so not a big deal for me.
- I find myself moving the joystick unintentionally. The joystick is pretty sensitive and sometimes my hand would graze it, moving the focus point.
- Eye sensor is a bit annoying in that your left hand can unintentionally trigger it.

That said, these cons are mostly just minor issues for me, and the positives far outweigh the negative. Overall, I really enjoy using the X100F so far. This is a camera that I can see taking everywhere traveling and taking pictures. It just feels good to own this camera.

52 of 54 people found the following review helpful.
5Amazing quality in a tiny camera
By Adrian Murray
Excellent day to day camera that will far surpass your expectations! I have had this camera since November 2016 (beta version) and it's been my main camera ever since. If you'd like to read a full review you can google my name to get my website and a full length review can be found there with more images and information.

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful.
5Well worth the upgrade
By C. M.
I'm a professional photographer who's been shooting for about 20 years. My work cameras are DSLR's but with the Fujifilm X-pro2 being such a great camera I am giving serious thought to ditching them and staying small. I've owned the original x100, x100s (still shoot family stuff with it) the X-pro1, X-pro2 and now this, the X100f. All the previous iterations were really great camera's but any attempts to use them for weddings or advertising shoots were a no-go. The X-pro2 changed all that as I've shot entire weddings and had images in national publications that were shot with it. So how does this relate? Well, the X100f is basically a fixed lens mini X-pro2 with a slightly better viewfinder.

I'm not going to get into all the details as there are hundreds of full reviews out there but if you liked any previous X100 you should upgrade as the new sensor, faster AF and improved interface are well worth it. If you have an X-pro2 this is a great companion. If you are just looking for a compact fixed lens camera that's fast, unobtrusive, fun to use and professional quality... well here you go!

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