We find out if the Fujifilm X100T is anything more than a cosmetic update in our Fujifilm X100T review

Product Overview

Overall rating:


Fujifilm X100T

Image Quality:95%


  • - Superbly refined hybrid viewfinder
  • - Intuitive dial-led handling
  • - Exquisite image quality
  • - Stylish build and design


  • - Lacklustre video with no stabilisation
  • - Macro mode awkwardly implemented
  • - Small, fiddly rear buttons


Fujifilm X100T Review


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Fujifilm X100T Review – Image Quality

Fujifilm-X100T-sample-image-11 thumbnailColour and white balance

Very few complaints here – the JPEG colour output of the Fujifilm X100T is very attractive. The rendition is fairly neutral but with increased saturation across the board, resulting in pleasant, attractive images. Auto white balance is good, a little on the cool side but not to a degree worth complaining about.

There are also plenty of ways to control and customise colour output, namely the ‘film simulation’ modes, of which there are an abundance. You may consider them nothing more than a pleasant diversion or you may quite enjoy the effects. One nice additional touch is that if you shoot raw, the X100T lets you adjust the colours of an image post-capture without needing to even step near a computer.

Exposure and Dynamic Range

Dynamic range is maintained well, impressively so even at higher sensitivities like ISO 6400. The in-camera DR settings are a useful extra touch that allow the photographer to step in and prevent highlight clipping in high-contrast light situations.


Thanks to its removal of the low-pass filter, the X100T’s CMOS sensor resolves a great deal of detail with impressive clarity.  Even at settings like ISO 3200 images are very useable, albeit allowing for some inevitable loss of detail. However things do deteriorate quite rapidly at the extended sensitivity settings, which are only available when shooting JPEGs.


At base ISO the X100T produces crisp images that transfer beautifully into high resolution prints. Luminance noise doesn’t start to creep in until around ISO 800, and shadow detail doesn’t start to degrade until ISO 3200. Things only get unacceptable once you move into the top settings.

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  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Fujifilm X100T Review – Build and Handling
  3. 3. Fujifilm X100T Review – Performance
  4. 4. Fujifilm X100T Review – Image Quality
  5. 5. Fujifilm X100T Review – Verdict
  6. 6. Fujifilm X100T Review: Video
  7. 7. Fujifilm X100T Review – Full Specification
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