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Fuji X-100F hands on preview

Fuji X-100F hands on preview

| On 19, Jan 2017

There are not many perks to being a camera reviewer, but one is (sometimes) getting a sneak peek at a new camera before it’s officially announced. In December, Fuji lent me a sample of the X-100F which was announced today.


Check the U$ price of the X-100F at B&H:

This preview was based on a sample camera with pre-production firmware. In addition to a non-disclosure agreement, I was asked not to do performance testing and not to post photographs (although I was permitted to include them in the video, they’re not (as I would usually do) posted on flickr when the EXIF data can be seen.

Behind the Scenes
On camera scenes are recorded with a Fujifilm X-T2 with the XF 16-55 lens, and the VPB-XT2 grip. Closeups of the X-100F were recorded with the X-T2 using the XF 60mm macro lens. Menus were recorded using an Atomos Shogun.

On camera audio is recorded using a Rodelink Filmmaker wireless kit, narration recorded using a Rode NT-USB. Manfrotto tripods are used. I edit using Final Cut 10.3.1 on a 5K iMac.

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The products reviewed are on loan, and returned after the review unless otherwise mentioned.
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