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There is no doubt that if the newly discounted price of this model is in your price range, and you are in search of a street, travel, life documenting camera this is a great find. However if you are a pixel peeper (not that the x100F is not sharp, or rely on auto focus to be very very fast, grab the latest x100V which will provide you the same sensor and speed of the x-pro3 with weather sealing. Long and short is you will not be disappointed with this camera at all, however if you have the extra few hundred to drop you will be even more delighted with the x100V.
x100F - if money is low and all weather shooting is not needed x100V - if money is no issue, and you want an option of weather sealing and 26 vs 24MP + flip out screen
The product was well packaged and delivered in great condition - zero reasons to complain. As far as the product itself goes, The Fuji X100F is just an amazing camera. It's a beautiful piece of machinery, created to a very high standard of workmanship. Easily as good if not better than a Leica, at a fraction of the price. Amazing colours, very easy to use and great controls for adjusting everything on the fly.
As a user of the original X100 which came out 6 years ago which was slow and quirky - but took amazing pictures - I can say the X100f is AMAZING!!! The auto focusing is way snappier and the fact it has zone focusing is fantastic. The Classic Chrome and Archos film simulations are definitely winners. And the fact Fuji moved all the controls to the right side, adding in 2 programmable command dials, Q menu with 7 custom sets makes this camera a speed demon to shoot with now. Don't get it twisted I'm not comparing this to Full Frame DSLRs - they obviously have advantages, BUT for a compact travel camera with an APS-C sensor with physical dials and knobs to change settings... This camera is a dream!
AND I find myself just shooting JPEG (instead of raw) even at ISO 10 000 - it handles the noise suppression really well especially if you use Classic Chrome or Archos film simulations... it has a "filmic" look about it.
If the price doesn't scare you - I definitely recommend this camera!
Amazing replacement for someone looking to simplify their photography toolset. I bought it to replace my nikon d700 system with multiple lenses once I realized that 90% of the time I used my 35mm lens anyways.