The Fujifilm X100T is Fuji’s latest high-end fixed lens compact, the most recent offering in a series that began with the brand-revitalizing X100, which was unveiled back in 2010.

Back in September when the Fujifilm X100T was announced, some photographers questioned the fact that, at first glance, it didn’t seem a whole lot different from what had come before. Same sensor, same fixed lens, surely it would produce the same images as the X100s.

We argued that to think this way was to miss the point, and having used the camera more extensively we stand by those words. Fujifilm has done an exceptional job of refinement with the X100T, producing a camera that improves on what’s gone before in countless ways and creates a sublime shooting experience.

Where the improvements lie are chiefly in the handling and the viewing options. The controls have been reworked, and the new hybrid viewfinder lays an EVF in the bottom of the optical viewfinder for precise focusing.

Wi-Fi-enabled, the X100T is equipped with seven Fn buttons, each customisable, and a top  shutter speed of 1/32,000.

We were very impressed with the colour output and high ISO performance of the X100T, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Check out the Fujifilm X100T sample images for yourself – we think you’ll agree they look rather lovely.

See here for our review of the Fujifilm X100T.

Here are our reviews of its predecessors, the X100S and the X100.