I’ll be posting a long overdue review of the Fujifilm X100T soon. Yes, I know it’s very late to the party, but I’ve been meaning to do it for a while.
To go along with it, here’s a collection of sample images shot with the X100T. My hope is that they give a sense of how the X100T performs under various conditions and with different types of shots. Things like different lighting conditions, at different ISOs and apertures, how much lens barrel distortion there is or isn’t, how to handles macro close-ups and landscapes, and that sort of thing.
In terms of technicalities: the Fujifilm X100T has a 16.3MP APS-C sized sensor that Fujifilm calls its X-Trans CMOS II sensor. It produces images that are 4892 x 3264 pixels. The lens is a fixed 23mm f/2.0 lens.
Most of these were shot in aperture priority mode, which is my everyday go-to mode. They were all shot in RAW format and minimally processed in Lightroom using the supplied Camera PROVIA/STANDARD profile. I’ve done no correction for any chromatic aberration or lens distortion in Lightroom.
You might have better luck finding a used copy of the X100T. Good places to look are >KEH, which is my go-to source of used photography gear, or Ebay.
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