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Additional Perspective on the Fuji X100T, TCSTV’s Hands On Field Report

By Anthony Thurston on October 10th 2014

The development of the X100 series by Fuji has been a somewhat unique one in the world of cameras. While many manufacturers have taken to making big changes to cameras in the same line, Fuji has taken a “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach and have instead perfected the original X100 into what is now the latest X100T.

The result is a uniquely crafted camera, with great usability and features. The problem is that when you compare it to its direct predecessor, the X100S, the updates feel pretty minor. That said, when compared to the original X100, the X100T is a clear upgrade, so maybe it’s not so much meant to be an upgrade to the X100S.

[REWIND: X100T Reviewed In The Midst of The Hong Kong Protests]

This is really the crux of this video from The Camera Store TV. How much of an improvement is the X100T? Is it worth upgrading from an X100S for these seemingly minor upgrades, or is the X100T really enough of an upgrade to make it worth it? Find out what TCSTV thinks in the video below.

[via The Camera Store TV On Youtube]

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Daniel Jester

    I would love to have the wifi. I actually use the wifi on my XT1 all the time. I may upgrade my x100s to the T version, but most likely not, especially since we are getting that firmware upgrade in December. It won’t give me wifi, but it will help.

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  2. Steven Pellegrino

    I passed on the X100S. My original X100 still works perfectly. With the new features on this new camera I am seriously considering the upgrade.

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  3. John Cavan

    I don’t mind minor or incremental upgrades to cameras over time. First, it shows that the camera model is progressing and that the company has some idea that the line has longer viability. Secondly, it lets me hop into the upgrade cycle when the feature set reaches a compelling point in the evolution. Frankly, I kind think they should be more frequent about it, it’s not as though the camera I bought into suddenly becomes incapable as a result.

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