The third generation of this high-end compact gains an updated viewfinder and refined controls. Andy Westlake tests it in our Fujifilm X100T review

Product Overview

Overall rating:

Fujifilm X100T

AWB Colour:
Dynamic Range:
LCD viewfinder:


  • - Choice of optical or electronic viewfinder for composition
  • - Analogue control dials give intuitive and engaging handling experience
  • - Impressive image quality
  • - Attractive retro styling


  • - Video footage is relatively poor in quality
  • - Macro mode could be better implemented
  • - Rear buttons are a little small and fiddly


Fujifilm X100T Review


Fujifilm X100T Review – Full Specification


Sensor:16.3-million-pixel, APS-C X-Trans CMOS II
Output size:4896 x 3264
Lens:35mm (equivalent) f/2
Focal-length magnification:1.5x
Shutter speeds:30-1/32000sec + bulb
ISO:100-51,200 (extended)
Exposure modes:PASM
Metering system:Multi, spot, average
Exposure compensation:+/- 3EV in 1/3 steps
Drive mode:6fps
LCD:3in, 1.04-million-dot LCD
Viewfinder:Reverse Galilean OVF, 2.36-million-dot LCD EVF
Image stabilisation:None
AF points:9-point phase-detect, 49-point contrast-detect
Video:Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 60fps, built-in stereo mic
External mic:Yes, 2.5mm stereo socket
Memory card:SDHC, SDXC
Power:NP-95 rechargeable Li-Ion
Battery life:Approx 330 shots
Dimensions:126.5 x 74.4 x 52.4mm
Weight:440g with battery and card
  1. 1. Fujifilm X100T Review – Introduction/Features
  2. 2. Fujifilm X100T Review – Build and Handling
  3. 3. Fujifilm X100T Review – Performance
  4. 4. Fujifilm X100T Review – Image Quality
  5. 5. Fujifilm X100T Review – Verdict
  6. 6. Fujifilm X100T Review – Full Specification
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