Fuji x100/S/T/F Owners Thread

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Sorry to say it guys... but I’ve put my X100F up for sale in the classifieds....

However, I have just taken delivery of a shiny new X-T3, 23mm f2 and 56mm f1.2...

I do love the X100F, I just can’t justify keeping it alongside my X-T3 (especially with the 23mm lens) and my Nikon kit.
 
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Sorry to say it guys... but I’ve put my X100F up for sale in the classifieds....

However, I have just taken delivery of a shiny new X-T3, 23mm f2 and 56mm f1.2...

I do love the X100F, I just can’t justify keeping it alongside my X-T3 (especially with the 23mm lens) and my Nikon kit.
That's a shame. But must admit I felt the same when I bought an XT-2. The X100T still had a size advantage but otherwise I had everything else covered in a more flexible, and still not too large package. And I found the control differences between the two similar enough to feel at home but different enough that I was constantly fumbling for the wrong button.

So in the end X100T went. But I must warn you, that within a year, The X-T2 had gone and I had an X100T back in my life and it's still here!
 
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That's a shame. But must admit I felt the same when I bought an XT-2. The X100T still had a size advantage but otherwise I had everything else covered in a more flexible, and still not too large package. And I found the control differences between the two similar enough to feel at home but different enough that I was constantly fumbling for the wrong button.

So in the end X100T went. But I must warn you, that within a year, The X-T2 had gone and I had an X100T back in my life and it's still here!
And this is why despite having an X-T2 and trinity of lenses, my X100F would always be the last to go.
 
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That's a shame. But must admit I felt the same when I bought an XT-2. The X100T still had a size advantage but otherwise I had everything else covered in a more flexible, and still not too large package. And I found the control differences between the two similar enough to feel at home but different enough that I was constantly fumbling for the wrong button.

So in the end X100T went. But I must warn you, that within a year, The X-T2 had gone and I had an X100T back in my life and it's still here!
And this is why despite having an X-T2 and trinity of lenses, my X100F would always be the last to go.

Well, I went the other way after three X100, one X100S and two X100F. I love the form but I found the 23mm fixed lens too much of a restriction. I have an X-E3 now as my lightweight walkabout camera and for me at least, it is a much better arrangement.
 
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Sorry to say it guys... but I’ve put my X100F up for sale in the classifieds....

However, I have just taken delivery of a shiny new X-T3, 23mm f2 and 56mm f1.2...

I do love the X100F, I just can’t justify keeping it alongside my X-T3 (especially with the 23mm lens) and my Nikon kit.
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And this is why despite having an X-T2 and trinity of lenses, my X100F would always be the last to go.
Even though I have the X-T3s, I`d never get rid of my X100F as totally love it and think it`s a hell of a great camera.
 
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Just ordered an X100F and looking forward to getting back in to photography.

Had an XT-1 up until 3 years ago but had a bit of burn out and got a bit fed up with lugging lenses about or not being able to decide which ones to take!

Is there anything I should be aware of settings wise that I should set up before getting started?
 
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Although I have gone over to Nikon Z6 :exit:for my "main" camera, and I haven't used my F for quite a while, I don't think anything will replace it which will affordably give me the same combination of portability and IQ. Might be tempted to get rid of the TCL as I have hardly used it, though. The WCL is staying!
 
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Just ordered an X100F and looking forward to getting back in to photography.

Had an XT-1 up until 3 years ago but had a bit of burn out and got a bit fed up with lugging lenses about or not being able to decide which ones to take!

Is there anything I should be aware of settings wise that I should set up before getting started?
No just set it up as you want, its a great camera

Although I have gone over to Nikon Z6 :exit:for my "main" camera, and I haven't used my F for quite a while, I don't think anything will replace it which will affordably give me the same combination of portability and IQ. Might be tempted to get rid of the TCL as I have hardly used it, though. The WCL is staying!
X100F + WCL in your pocket is a great lightweight combo, I agree about the TCL its a bit meh, but I'll keep it to complete the set!
 
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Can anyone recommend a belt pouch for the X100F?

Have a manfrotto one which I am looking to replace. All the ones I have seen tend to be for smaller compacts. Something similar to this would be ideal?
 
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Can anyone recommend a belt pouch for the X100F?

Have a manfrotto one which I am looking to replace. All the ones I have seen tend to be for smaller compacts. Something similar to this would be ideal?

I found this really difficult when I had my x100 cameras - they were either too small or big enough for my X-T2 and lens. In the end, I got a cheapie from ebay
 
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Can anyone recommend a belt pouch for the X100F?

Have a manfrotto one which I am looking to replace. All the ones I have seen tend to be for smaller compacts. Something similar to this would be ideal?
I presume you want it to actually fit your belt? If not the Optech D Micro is housing your old X100T very nicely. It has a clip to attach it to stuff but unfathomably no belt loop, though you could make slots.
 
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