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Fujifilm X100F (23 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)

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X100F (35 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)
  • X100F (35 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)
  • X100F (35 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)
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X100F (35 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)
  • X100F (35 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)
  • X100F (35 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)
  • X100F (35 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)
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Description

Fujifilm FinePix X100F Photo Camera Brown, Image Sensor Type: CMOS, Image Sensor Resolution: 24.3 Megapixels, Resistance: None, Memory Card Type: SD, SDHC, SDXC, Camera Type: Premium Compact, Color: Brown, Screen Size: 3", Image Sensor Standard: APS-C.

Specifications

Key specifications

Focal length (35 mm film equivalent)35 mm
Image sensor formatAPS-C / DX
Image sensor resolution24.30 MP
Shutter speed4 - 1/4000 s

General information

Manufacturer Fujifilm
Product type Cameras
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Cameras

A digital camera (or digicam) is a camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor. It is the main device used in the field of digital photography. Most 21st century cameras are digital.

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Item number8989711
Manufacturer no.1011149
Sales rank in Product type Cameras142 of 449

Camera properties

Camera type
Compact camera
Case colour
Brown
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Silver

Sensor properties

Image sensor resolution
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Image sensor resolution

The image sensor resolution results from the number of pixels in millions. For most applications, a resolution of 12-16 megapixels is sufficient. A higher resolution has advantages, especially in post-processing, as more image information is available.

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24.30 MP
Max. resolution
6000 x 4000 Pixels
Image sensor type
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Image sensor type

An image sensor is a device that converts an optical image to an electric signal. It is used mostly in digital cameras and other imaging devices. An image sensor is typically a charge-coupled device (CCD) or a complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) active-pixel sensor.

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CMOS
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CMOS

Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) is a term for semiconductor devices that use both p-channel and n-channel MOSFETs on a common substrate. CMOS technology refers to both the semiconductor process used to realize integrated digital and analog circuits and a logic family. CMOS technology is the most widely used logic family today and is mainly used for integrated circuits.

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Image sensor format
APS-C / DX
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APS-C / DX

The DX format is a sensor format of Nikon digital SLR cameras.
The DX format was introduced in 1999 with the Nikon D1. At about 23.7 mm × 15.6 mm, it is smaller than the 35 mm format and also differs from the formats previously used for digital SLR cameras. It is also often referred to somewhat imprecisely as APS-C format.

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Image sensor size
22.20 x 14.80 mm
Crop factor
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Crop factor

The format factor (focal length extension factor) specifies the aspect ratio between the diagonals of two shooting formats.

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1.50
ISO light sensitivity (auto)
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ISO light sensitivity (auto)

The American Standards Association (ASA) and the Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN) film speed standards have been combined into the ISO standards. The current International Standard for measuring the speed of color negative film is ISO 5800:1987 from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Related standards ISO 6:1993 and ISO 2240:2003 define scales for speeds of black-and-white negative film and color reversal film. This system defines both an arithmetic and a logarithmic scale, combining the previously separate ASA and DIN systems.
Commonly, the logarithmic speed is omitted; for example, "ISO 100" denotes ISO 100/21°.

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200 - 12800
ISO light sensitivity (manual)
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ISO light sensitivity (manual)

The ISO 5800 standard defines the light sensitivity of film material.
For both scales: the higher the number, the more light-sensitive the film. For linear ASA scaling, a double value corresponds to twice the sensitivity. In the logarithmic DIN scale, an increase of 3° corresponds to a doubling.
In photography, doubling the light sensitivity of the film material means that under given lighting conditions the exposure time can be halved to avoid camera shake or the lens can be closed one f-stop further to achieve a greater depth of field.

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100 - 51200

Camera lens properties

Focal length
23 mm
Focal length (35 mm film equivalent)
35 mm
Maximum aperture
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Maximum aperture

Aperture is a (normally mechanical) device on cameras which can be used to change the light transmission through the optical system (lens). It is usually designed as a lamella screen (also known as an iris screen), in which circularly arranged lamella sheets shift into one another in such a way that the light transmission becomes narrower or wider and thus the incident light beam becomes smaller or larger. The iris is positioned in the beam path in such a way that it only acts as an aperture iris diaphragm and not as a field of view diaphragm.

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2

Display properties

Display size
3 "
Screen technology
TFT
Resolution
1040000 Pixels

Viewfinder

Viewfinder type
hybrid
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hybrid

An optical and electric viewfinder at the same time.

Viewfinder resolution
2360000 Pixels
Coverage
92 %

Focusing

Minimum focus distance
10 cm
Manual focus
Yes
Autofocus
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Autofocus

Autofocus (or AF) is a feature of some optical systems that allows them to obtain (and in some systems to also continuously maintain) correct focus on a subject, instead of requiring the operator to adjust focus manually.

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Yes
Autofocus type
Contrast-based
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Contrast-based

Focusing by means of contrast measurement at contour edges is basically the same as focusing the eye, i.e. the photographer, without further aids: The image width of the lens is varied until the brightness curve at light/dark contour edges has a maximum steepness. The camera's processor calculates the frequency distribution in the image, and the greater the proportion of high frequencies (i.e. abrupt light-dark changes), the sharper the image.

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Autofocus areas
49 x

Performance

Shutter speed
4 - 1/4000 s
Continuous shooting rate
8 FPS

Video

Video recording
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Video recording

Video is the technology of electronically capturing, recording, processing, storing, transmitting, and reconstructing a sequence of still images representing scenes in motion.

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Yes
Max. resolution
1920 x 1080 Pixels
Max. refresh rate
60p

Data storage properties

Memory card type
SD
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SD

Secure Digital (SD) is a flash (non-volatile) memory card format developed by Matsushita, SanDisk, and Toshiba for use in portable devices. Today it is widely used in digital cameras, handheld computers, PDAs, mobile phones, GPS receivers, and video game consoles. SD card capacities range from 8 MB to 2 GB and from 4 GB to 32 GB for SDHC cards as of 2008.

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SDHC
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SDHC

The Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) format, defined in Version 2.0 of the SD specification, supports cards with capacities up to 32 GB. The SDHC trademark is licensed to ensure compatibility.

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SDXC
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SDXC

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2009, the SD Card Association announced the successor to SDHC. The specification of the SDXC (SD eXtended Capacity) cards allows a gross size of up to 2 TB (2,048 GB). The division into performance classes is maintained and now reaches up to 104 MB/s, 300 MB/s are planned. Microsoft's exFAT, optimized for flash memory, is often used as the file system.

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Media formats

Image file formats
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Image file formats

Image file formats are standardized means of organizing and storing digital images. Image files are composed of either pixel or vector (geometric) data that are rasterized to pixels when displayed (with few exceptions) in a vector graphic display. The pixels that constitute an image are ordered as a grid (columns and rows); each pixel consists of numbers representing magnitudes of brightness and color.

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JPEG
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JPEG

In computing, JPEG is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital photography (image). The degree of compression can be adjusted, allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and image quality. JPEG typically achieves 10:1 compression with little perceptible loss in image quality.

JPEG compression is used in a number of image file formats. JPEG/Exif is the most common image format used by digital cameras and other photographic image capture devices; along with JPEG/JFIF, it is the most common format for storing and transmitting photographic images on the World Wide Web. These format variations are often not distinguished, and are simply called JPEG.

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RAW
Video file formats
H.264
RAW support
Yes

Durability

Waterproof
not waterproof

Connections

Connections
HDMI
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USB

Power supply

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Power supply

All power supply related details.

Power supply
Battery-operated
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Battery-operated

A rechargeable battery or storage battery is a group of one or more electrochemical cells. They are known as secondary cells because their electrochemical reactions are electrically reversible. Rechargeable batteries come in many different shapes and sizes, ranging anything from a button cell to megawatt systems connected to stabilize an electrical distribution network. Several different combinations of chemicals are commonly used, including: lead-acid, nickel cadmium (NiCd), nickel metal hydride (NiMH), lithium ion (Li-ion), and lithium ion polymer (Li-ion polymer).

Rechargeable batteries have lower total cost of use and environmental impact than disposable batteries. Some rechargeable battery types are available in the same sizes as disposable types. Rechargeable batteries have higher initial cost, but can be recharged very cheaply and used many times.

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Delivery contents

Delivery contents
USB cable
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Accumulator
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Battery charger
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Shoulder strap

Product dimensions

Width
126.50 mm
Height
74.80 mm
Length
52.40 mm
Weight
469 g

Properties

Application range
Professional use
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Professional use

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Travel photography
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Travel photography

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Flash properties
Integrated Flash
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Hot shoe
Wireless connectivity
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Wireless connectivity

All network connectivity bluetooth, infrared ports, WLAN, UMTS etc.
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Wi-Fi

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Returns and warranty

Dead on arrival (DOA) 10 Days Bring-in
Warranty 24 month Bring-in

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Warranty services

Warranty extension

Warranty extension

Extension of the manufacturer's warranty.

to 3 years CHF 111.–
to 5 years CHF 192.–

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Insurance

Device insurance

Device insurance

Property insurance against damage to your electronic device, e.g. caused by falls, water and misuse of your SIM card for telephone or data connections as a result of theft.

1 Year CHF 49.90
2 years CHF 89.90

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Test reports

95%

Average rating 95%
Number of test reports 4

96%
Guter Rat KOMPAKTKAMERAS Perfekt abgestimmt
Rank 1 out of 3
Test score 1,2 - sehr gut
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Edition 06/2017 - Bei der X100F handelt es sich mittlerweile um die vierte Generation der X100 von Fujifilm. Man hat die Kamera in ein sehr charmantes Retro-Gehäuse gepackt und dieses mit einer klassischen Bedienung und moderner Technik kombiniert. Hier sind vor allem der Fokus-Joystick, das ISO-Wahlrad oder der starke Bildprozessor positiv aufgefallen. Auch der schnelle Autofokus und die WiFi-Funktion sind als Stärke zu nennen. Insgesamt eine sehr gute Wahl die in allen Bereichen des Tests einen sehr guten Eindruck hinterlässt.

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Edition 11/2017 - Im direkten Vergleich mit Canons G9 X Mark II zeigt sich die Fujifilm X100F als die extravagantere Edel-Kompaktkamera. Sie sorgt mit ihrem analogen Handling für zunächst etwas komplizierte Bedienung, hat man diese jedoch verinnerlicht, dann erweist sich diese als sehr praktisch. Die Ausstattung der Kamera ist sehr hochwertig, so lässt sich der Sucher sowohl optisch als auch elektronisch nutzen. Die Kamera mit APS-C-Sensor kann zudem mit einer hervorragenden Bildqualität aufwarten, hier muss sie sich nicht vor Spiegelreflexkameras und anderen System-Modellen verstecken.

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Test score 98,4% - sehr gut
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Edition 03/2017- Modernste Technik in einer kompakten Kamera ? den Geist dieses Ideals verkörpert die Fujifilm X100F hervorragend. Der APS-C-Sensor mit 24 Megapixeln liefert hervorragende Bilder selbst bei hoher Lichtempfindlichkeit. Weitere Vorzüge des Geräts sind der Joystick für den Fokus und das eingefasste ISO-Rad. Weitere Punkte gibt es für den flotten Autofokus und die Integration eines ND-Filters und von WLAN. Kritik gibt es wiederum für den offensichtlichen Schärfeverlust an den Rändern und die recht kurze Akkulaufzeit. Alles in allem bleibt aber ein hervorragender Eindruck.more
In vielerlei Hinsicht verbessert
Sehr gute Bildqualität auch bei hoher Lichtempfindlichkeit
Autofokus-Joystick ungemein praktisch
Flotter Autofokus
Integrierter ND-Filter und WLAN
Deutlich Schärfeverlust an den Rändern
Recht kurze Akkulaufzeit
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Questions about this product

The 3 most helpful customer questions

User muraschal

Hallo Fuji-X Freunde

Ich habe ein Problem mit der ISO Steuerung der Kamera. Auch der Workaround via IOS App hat nicht geholfen. Habt ihr einen Tipp für mich? Die Firmware 1.02 habe ich gestern installiert, hat aber nichts genützt...

Der Fehler ist bekannt, der Workaround via APP funktioniert bei mir aber nicht :-(
https://www.fujix-forum.com/threads/x100f-front-command-dial-not-changing-custom-iso.66829/

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09.08.2017
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X100F (23 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)

<3 it :)

Finally!
Fünf Jahre nachdem Release der Original X100 ein MAJOR Upgrade.


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User Mr190E
X100F (23 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)

Toller Reisebegleiter für ambitionierte Fotografen. Für Gelegenheitsknippser empfehle ich diese Kamera ausdrücklich nicht, da zu kompliziert.

Ich besitze die X100F seit etwas mehr wie eine Woche und habe diese während eines Kurzurlaubs direkt ausgiebig testen können. Grundsätzlich ist dies eine fantastische Kamera! Die Haptik ist super und fühlt sich sehr edel an. Die Qualität der Bilder ist spitze. Bis jetzt habe ich nur JPGs aufgenommen, da diese Kamera so wunderschöne Bilder macht, da würde ich im Traum nicht daran denken diese nachzubearbeiten.
Einziger Manko: Die Software, speziell deren Bedienung ist sehr gewöhnungsbedürftig. Gerade wenn man Canon oder Nikon-Kameras gewöhnt ist. Die Anleitung ist zudem schlecht. Man kommt besser man sucht im Netz nach Tipps, oder probiert selbst. Deshalb auch einen Stern Abzug.
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User mauriziomueller
X100F (23 mm, 24.30MP, 8FPS, Wi-Fi)

Ein echter Hingucker! Absolut starke Kamera!

Absolut empfehlenswerte Kamera! Das Retro-Design ist einmalig, ein echter Hingucker. Die Filmsimulationen von Fujifilm sind echt der Hammer. Die Kamera ist äusserlich schlicht aber sehr edel ausgestattet, was ich sehr mag. Funktionell ist sie trotzdem äusserst vielseitig, die Einstellmöglichkeiten sind sehr vielseitig.
Der Sucher ist mit div. sehr hilfreichen Funktionen ausgestattet, so lässt sich das Menü oder die Fotos z.B. auf den Sucher umschalten. Die Wi-Fi Funktion ist ebenfalls sehr hilfreich, jedoch ist zumindest die App von Fuji ein wenig verbesserungsbedürftig, aber welcher Leidenschaftliche Fotograf benötigt das schon.

Mein Fazit: Kaufen!
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