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  1. I've had my X100F since launch and it's never given me any trouble. Tonight I pulled it out in preparation for a trip and found that I can't switch to the OVF. The toggle switch left/right does nothing—no sound, no image flicker, nothing. The EVF just stays displayed as if I did nothing. The shutter on the viewfinder opens/closes properly when I bring it up to my eye, and switching to/from Viewfinder Only mode works great. I've seen lots of threads with this happening on the X100T or S because of macro mode but obviously that isn't an issue on the F. I also saw some suggestions about AF single vs. multi point, but again, not an issue on the F. Any ideas? Thanks!
  2. Hey y'all I habe recently purchased an X100F to add to my Fuji line up and I love it except for one thing... Its a slippery lil critter! There is very little grip to it. I am looking into options for grip extensions. I have noticed people using the hotshoe thumb grips but I think I want more grip on the front right side. Any one using cases or grip extensions that can offer some suggestions?
  3. Recently I purchased the X-T2. For about a year I wondered about purchasing the X100F. Eventually I felt it was a head verses heart decision: my head said buy the T2; my heart said buy the X100F. I have very fond memories of my first Fujifilm camera - the innovative, quirky and frustrating x100. The X100 was so simple - yet offered so much in the one camera. With a few software updates it was really practical. But . . . it didn't offer the ability to change the lens. I missed the telephoto and a super wide angle which I had enjoyed using a film camera. Due to the limitations of the x100, I then bought the X-E1 with the 18-55 lens. It was going cheap because the X-E2 was coming onto the market and it provided a small body with a similar rangefinder viewer. All good. I quickly bought the 14 mm and it didn't disappoint me. After about a year, I gave the x100 to my daughter who lived interstate. She was very happy to receive it. It looked 'cool'. Her friends were envious, especially the art student men she rubbed shoulders with at uni. And it was used extensively to record her art development for her assignments. Toward the end of her undergraduate university degree, she took it to Indonesia several times. The most recent trip was for whole of 2017 to the outback of West Timor. The environment was rough roads, village living and no reliable electricity. She took great photos of the locals, the giant Komodo dragons and the landscape. It is still working fine. There is even, perhaps to the surprise of many on this forum, no dust in the viewfinder. The picture of the X100 above was taken yesterday before it disappeared into her bag again and went off to a week at the beach house of her boyfriend's family. The decision had to be made. My heart said, "Go the X100F". But the X-T2 beckoned. Common sense said, "Look, you have five great lenses: you need a body to use them on." True. I needed a better viewfinder than what the X-E1 offered, especially on a bright day, with a quicker refresh rate. I am a left eye shooter, and I was getting tired of the squint from my left eye and the mess left on the screen from my nose. The T2 solved all these problems. Its viewfinder is fabulous. I needed a better sensor and I wanted the Across and Chrome etc simulations which the X-E1 lacked. The T2 had them. However, the new camera had to be bigger than the X-T20, especially when the 2.2 pound/1 kg, 50-140 f2.8 zoom was attached, or even the 23mm f1.4. The T2 solved this balance and handling issue too. But I still miss the simplicity, the freedom that limitation ensures when you work with a X100. Every camera is designed with a particular need in mind which it will service. The T2 is, as one reviewer put it, ". . . like a Swiss Army knife or a 'jack-of-all-trades' camera." It certainly is. I know I must read the manual or buy Rico Pfirstinger's book of tips on how to use it. But I still miss the X100 series, the romance of just having that camera available to snap away or stop and frame a serious picture, knowing it is equipped to perform and will get it, I am going on a trip overseas for about 5 - 6 weeks in three months time which will require me to keep everything light and simple. There will be plenty of walking around old European cities, galleries and so on. It might then be the time to buy a used X100F to take with me.
  4. I see on the National Geographic website that they rated three Fujifilm cameras in their top twelve pics for travel cameras. (They say it is the top 10 but 12 cameras are rated.) The T2 was rated first, the x100F fifth and the Xt20 eleventh. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/lists/travel-gear/top-10-compact-cameras-travel/ Rob
  5. Hi everybody! I'm new to the community, I signed up because I've been having some problems with my brand new Fujifilm x100F which I bought only a couple of months ago. It has already happened several times that while shooting RAW on continuous mode (8.0 fps) the camera would suddenly stop recording. I'll try to be as clear as possible: I focus, start shooting continuously (keeping the shutter button down), after a couple of seconds the camera stops shooting and shuts down completely (the LCD goes black). I try switch it off and back on but nothing happens. It only starts working again after I take out the battery and put it back in. The strange thing is that this doesn't happen all the time! Only sometimes, every now and then, completely out of the blue. And it's very annoying, especially because it caused me to miss out on some great shots. Does anyone have a clue of what the problem might be? Thank you!
  6. When I picked my next camera purchase, I got a few advices: "Do not buy a camera with a fixed lens!" "The X100F is made for street photography, not for sports." "Buy a weather sealed camera, X100F cannot be used in bad weather." I do not agree and bought Fujifilm X100F, and it works really well :-) Have a nice weekend! Here in Finland it's still rain Carl
  7. ishrios

    X100F or XE3?

    Hey Everyone... Im sure im not the only one who is debating this, But I just happened to sell my X100t this weekend Ive been trying to figure out which camera to upgrade to because I really love the Xtrans 3 sensor as I already own a XT2 and considered it was worth it enough to sell my 100t for the sensor upgrade. The XE3 is being offered up at a great value with the 23mmf2 wr lens, so it makes it very comparable to the 100F.. I know the XE3 is still on pre-sale so I know not many have had a hands-on with it but most of you know what to expect. So with that being said, I want to know what camera you guys would choose and why. Thanks in Advance.
  8. I am finding the position of the Q button, on the X100F, is the only irritating design flaw on the camera. The same is true, though to a lesser extent, of the Q button on the X-Pro 2. I'm wondering a/ Is everyone else irritated by this?, and b/ Does anybody use the Q menu? As far as I'm concerned it is unnecessary, and if it is used by some, I'm sure they wouldn't mind if the button was somewhere else.
  9. Hi, anyone know if the X100f's digital teleconverter works in conjunction with the TCL-X100 teleconverter lens? If yes any idea what equivalent focal lengths can be achieved? Many thanks.
  10. For those lacking a bit of inspiration and a great example video production to promote a camera, the Fujifilm x100F video is great. The link is
  11. Dismason

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    I got my new tools yesterday. Yes, I'm a professional photographer and like to work with small cameras. This photo is taken with Fujifilm X-T1, ISO 400, 1/6s, 35mm lens.
  12. Hello forum, i'm new here and have owned my x100f for a few months now and i love it! As you can see in this video i'm a artist and would like to share this sketch i did of the x100f. For those of you interested... it took me just under 15 hours and i used the ipad pro 12.9'', apple pencil and procreate app. The most difficult part of the sketch was basically the whole lens!.. there was so many offset circles and it was incredibly stressful, however i got there in the end! So maybe this is a little different to most posts, but hopefully enjoyable. Once again! Hello and please enjoy! *best viewed in full screen 4k if possible.
  13. http://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/software/firmware/x/x100f/ The firmware update Ver.1.02 from Ver.1.01 incorporates the following issues: 1. The phenomenon is fixed that in the MF mode, repeated halfway shutter pressing can shift the focus point under a specific exposure condition. 2. The phenomenon is fixed that in the MF and OVF modes, repeated halfway shutter pressing can shift the focus.
  14. I'm considering migrating from a crop-frame DSLR (Nikon D90) to the well-loved mirrorless world of Fuji X. The impetus is my upcoming honeymoon, where we'll be taking our dream vacation to New Zealand and French Polynesia. I can hardly wait to get my eyes on those beautiful landscapes! I was looking at full-frame cameras from Nikon and Canon, but after spending an hour with a work colleague who's maniacal in his love for the X100 series, I've changed course. The challenges I face with my current DSLR (bulky for travel/hiking, multiple lenses but never change them, too much effort to let photos happen organically or take the camera out regularly), seem to be addressed with these smaller, but just as powerful, cameras. As I read more, my excitement increased - people are obsessed with the Fuji color, sensor, and engineering. I do have a few questions before I make the switch. For landscape photography, am I sacrificing up anything major by not going full-frame? Have you been satisfied with your shots in this area? X-T2 vs. X100F - is there one that you would recommend based on my anticipated usage? About me: mid-30's outdoor lover, photo enthusiast, loves photography for travel and capturing lifelong memories of friends/family/moments. As I mentioned, I'm pretty much sold on the smaller profile since I know I'll use the camera more often (vs. pulling out my phone), just wondering about image quality for this once-in-a-lifetime trip! Thanks in advance.
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  23. veejaycee

    FW updates today.

    XT1, XT20, XT2, XP2, X100F, GFX 50S, plus XT2 manual vers 2 All links here: http://www.fujirumors.com/fujifilm-releases-new-kaizen-firmware-for-fujifilm-x-t2-x-pro2-and-gfx-50s/
  24. Looking for a leather case set for X100F ? KAZA just launched a new leather case for X100F . The lens hood always makes your X100F looks better. you may check out more at www.kaza-deluxe.com
  25. Hi all, I've been playing around with my new X100F the last week, and loving it to bits. Coming from the X-T2 (and X70) it's not hard to get to grips with, and it's a might little machine! However: new to me is the ND on/off switch. I truly don't get this function. I'm often using the physical 3 (5) stop EV compensation wheel on top of the cameras, but cannot see any difference in the images when the ND filter in the X100F is on or off. Also, no clips or info on the topic, (that I can find) is available online... Any helpful hints or tips? Cheers, o.
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