Short Review on Fujifilm FinePix X100

December 23, 2017 by  Filed under: Computer 
 

Just like many other people, I was captured by Fujifilm FinePix X100 when it was first launched at 2010 Photokina. According to the official description, Fuji X X100 is a fixed lens digital camera wit…

Just like many other people, I was captured by Fujifilm FinePix X100 when it was first launched at 2010 Photokina. According to the official description, Fuji X X100 is a fixed lens digital camera with a Hybrid Viewfinder, which refers to “a backlit color LCD overlaying an optical view”. Ever since it came into being, I’ve heard people talking a lot about the good and bad of FinePix X100. However, no matter what people talk, by now, over two years have passed, X100 is still one of those top sales cameras. And it probably will keep standing the top for not a short term. Why can this be an undoubtedly fact? Let’s take a short review on it here.

Aiming to producing great photo quality and a special user experience, FinePix X100 whereas attempts to confuse us with an odd user interface and wide open lens flare. Fujifilm X100 was made for a small market, whose potential buyers have to take it into consideration carefully that whether X100 meets their demands well enough to satisfy all their photo taking jobs.

Despite the odd user interface, the most discussed shortcomings of Fuji X X100 are probably the manual dials which will easily turn. In addition, the manual focus is not easy for users to use. Last but not lease, the lens flare is dramatic, especially during the night.

However, regardless of these minor defects, Fujifilm FinePix X100 is still a worth buying camera for its outstanding quality imaging and mostly excellent optical performance. Moreover, it is applied with a dazzling Hybrid Viewfinder, and its traditional mechanical controls fit the majority of users pretty well.

As to the storage, photos and videos shot by X100 are generally saved on SD cards, the latest SDHC and SDXC supported. Besides, about 20MB of internal memory is also available, in which users can store about 4 Large Fine JPEGs or 1 RAW file. Not enough? Well, you can choose to burn Fujifilm FinePix to DVD (on Mac) via a professional third party Mac DVD Maker as well.

All in all, Fujifilm FinePix X100 delivers a very impressive performance, with high quality imaging that holds together remarkably excellent from a wide range of ISO settings. Quoted from the official, “even ISO 12,800 shots make a good 8×10-inch print”!

Tips: LimeWire is one of the most popularly used P2P clients for Windows, Mac and other OS. If you get tons of videos and want to burn them to DVD disc, Mac DVD maker also can give a solution to burn LimeWire video to DVD.

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