He tested the X-T3 and X-H1, what will street photographer Wayne Robertson think of the baby brother – the Fujifilm X-T100?
The image quality produced by the Fujifilm X-T100 blew me away. Initially I wasn’t keen to shoot with it because I assumed it was just entry-level camera, but it turned out to be great for grab-and-go photos and videos.
The body is well laid out, equipped with three dials on top, a D-pad and touchscreen. While I found the camera a bit slow compared to the modern AF focussing systems, it was still functional. I paired the body with a 23mm f2 lens and I had myself a stealthy, nonintrusive street photography setup.
The battery life impressed and the rotating-touch screen was an especially nice feature when it came to focussing and seeing myself when shooting video. While the 4K on this camera is nothing to write home about, the 1080p format is more than adequate for your day-to-day video needs.
The XC15-45mm kit lens is surprisingly sharp and lightweight, and I carried it along with the 23mm f2 exclusively. How does it rate? I believe the Fujifilm X-T100 is a perfect camera for beginners or as a second body to your main photography kit.