Fujifilm Finepix X100

Fujifilm x100 (top) & Leica M3 (top)

The photograph above compares the new Fujifilm Finepix x100 digital camera to the traditional Leica M3. As you can see, they x100 was inspired by traditional rangefinder cameras. They recently went on sale in Japan, and Pieter Franken was lucky enough to get his hands on one.  Read his full review of the x100 by following the link below.

Leica M3 (top) & Fujifilm x100 (bottom)

 

Follow the link below for an in depth review of the Finepix x100 by Pieter Franken

Link: Fujifilm Finepix x100 First Impressions

Link: Pieter Franken’s Flickr Profile

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2 Responses to “Fujifilm Finepix X100”

  1. [...] be keeping an eye on these cameras as they become available to see how they compete with FujiFilm’s X100. The E-PM1 is really very small. The body size is very similar to the XZ-1 (Click here to see it) [...]

  2. [...] has it that Fujifilm is working on a lighter version of it’s highly successful X100. The X10 would have a smaller sensor and a significantly smaller price tag of $599, compared to [...]

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