This is the best-looking camera on the market and you can get very nice pictures through it.
However, there are some things that they could be fixed to make X100T not only the best-looking camera but also the best without interchangeable lenses.
Achilles heel is the lens. It is simply not fast enough. Unlike most cameras with fixed lenses so this camera has a slow focus motor and far from the more modern ultrasonic or similar system for focusing. This allows the camera perceived as slow and it's difficult to catch anything that moves and get it sharp.
Moreover, it becomes really focus in Aperture 2.0 when coming closer.
If and when Fujifilm update X100T I can only hope that they put there a modern lens, preferably with some type of optical image stabilization.
The image quality in general, however, really good and when it's best just as good as my Canon 5DmkIII. Video contrast, only works when shooting close in good light otherwise everything falls.
The handling is good but I have some ability to always access the on / off button when I bring up the camera, and then I just move the camera so I do not want it to start.
Despite these shortcomings, it is a really nice camera and the images are really good.
Super, very satisfied. Fuji's embedded jpeg conversion do something magical, very much better than I have seen before.
Agree with the others who tried and tried and summarized. Very very good gadget, and now I have a good camera for the most part. Both easy to operate and advanced at the same time. The noise is so low even at ISO 3200 and sharpness so sharp, that you get clean, sharp images that can be trimmed substantially without disturbing.
It will be nice photos even at ISO 6400 even though the noise reduction noticeable when at higher magnifications.
The only drawbacks I've found is that it does not like freezing temperatures - heat it inside your jacket in that case. It is according to what I read nothing to shoot with the heavy rain either, which keeps my Nikon DSLR better.
An amazing camera that takes incredibly beautiful stills.
But still, the AF is a bit dull and imprecise in low light conditions. But you should only have a single camera, this is the one to have. It's a love story that is hard to deny.
+ Great picture quality directly with JPEG
+ Stylish and good ergonomics
- AF still not the top
- Battery life requires that you have at least one spare battery with itself
- Video quality is better than X100S, but not toppenbra yet
Very close to the perfect camera
Brilliant little camera that is reminiscent of a classic analog Leica in operation (but you can run it in full auto as well).
An updated version of x100s.
+ Hybrid Viewfinder. You can choose between optical, electronic, and optical with recessed zoomed digital image that facilitates manual focus.
+ Sharp lens with f2.0
+ Very good auto-white balance
+ Foxboro JPG straight out of the camera, and several useful film simulation settings, which Classisk Chrome, similar Kodachrome film. I will run this camera only in JPG, because it makes it so good.
+ The electronic shutter plus the built-in ND filter allows you to take pictures of f2.0 in sunlight without problems. (1 / 32000s!)
+ The picture quality is brilliant and beats my old Canon 60d.
+ Programmable buttons
+ WIFI. You can transfer images to your computer or phone without a cord.
+ Extremely stylish design
Some small things makes me not give 10 points than:
- WIFI is a bit awkward to get to work out on my Android phone. Will probably be fixed in future firmware.
-Not Weather sealed. Would have been good.
-Would Liked a screen where you can choose to only use the viewfinder for shooting but still able to go into the menus on the LCD. As it is, you get to switch between. Less trifle, just a touch, but still.
A little heavy-handed noise reduction at ISO 3200 and above.