We find out if the Fujifilm X100T is anything more than a cosmetic update in our Fujifilm X100T review
Fujifilm X100T Review – Verdict
To call the X100T a cosmetic update is to spectacularly miss the point. It’s a refinement of basically all of the previous X-series models, taking everything the firm learned from the many iterations since the X100 and piling it all into a camera that, as a result, handles like a dream.
The Fujifilm X100T just works. It’s a superb piece of kit that produces a thoroughly enjoyable shooting experience. The altered aperture ring, 3-stop exposure compensation, D-pad AF area control all make things run smoother, and the addition of Wi-fi and USB charging bolster the X100T’s credibility as a versatile, professional tool.
There’s also everything we’ve loved about the X-series before – the dial-led handling, the exquisite images and the hybrid viewfinder. And, of course, it just looks cool. Can’t forget that.