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Fuji X100

Fuji X100 (15.5 oz./440g with fixed lens, battery and card, about $1,200). enlarge. This free website's biggest source of support is when you use these links, especially these directly to it at Adorama, at Amazon, or at eBay (see How to Win at eBay) when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. Thanks for helping me help you! Ken.

 

June 2011  Fuji X100 Review   More Fuji Reviews   All Reviews

 

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B&H Photo - Video - Pro Audio

Ritz Camera

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Included Accessories

Li-ion battery NP-95

Battery charger BC-65S / BC-65N

Shoulder strap (I use a real LEICA strap instead)

USB cable for the FinePix X100

Lens cap PF08327-100

Metal strap clip

Protective cover

Clip attaching tool

CD-ROM with Viewer software, Raw File Converter and other BS. (Viewer software runs on Mac OS X 10.9 - 10.6 or Windows 7, Vista and XP. Raw File Converter is useless, running only on Windows 7, Vista and XP.)

Printed Owner's manual

 

Optional Accessories

Filters and Hoods

Hint: see my Fuji X100 Users Guide for how to use filters without needing any special adapters.

Fuji AR-X100 and LH-X100

Fuji AR-X100 adapter ring and LH-X100 hood.

To use any filters, standard caps, hoods or anything over the lens, you'll need the $50 AR-X100 adapter ring to attach 49mm filters.

If you want a hood, you also have to buy the adapter ring. Fuji sells them together as the $140 AR-X100 adapter and LF-X100 hood kit.

 

Case

Fuji LC-X100 leather case for the X100

Fuji LC-X100 case.

The $140 LC-X100 leather case is a conventional never-ready design.

 

Flash

The X100's hot shoe uses different contacts from any of Canon, Nikon or LEICA, so you need a non-dedicated flash like a classic Vivitar 283 or new Vivitar 285, or only Fuji's dedicated flashes.

To use a non-dedicated flash, you must activate the X100's hot shoe in a menu, while these Fuji flashes ought to work right out of the box.

 

EF-20 compact electronic flash ($150)

Fuji EF-20 flash

Fuji EF-20 flash

Fuji EF-20 Flash.

Works with X100 and HS20.

Swivels 90º up.

flip-down wide diffuser.

Rated GN 20 meters (65 feet) at ISO 100.

TTL exposure compensation settable to -1, -0.5, 0, +0.5 and +1 stops. This is done by repeatedly pressing a button and seeing which light lights.

Powered by 2-AA cells.

Rated 200 full-power dumps on alkalines, 280 with NiMH.

Recycling rated 5s alkaline, 4s NiMH at full power.

Rated 43 x 61 x 88 mm (1.69 x 2.40 x 3.46 inches).

Rated 100 g. (3.52 oz.) empty.

Seems to be the Sunpak RD-2000, except dedicated to Fuji.

 

EF-42 standard bounce flash ($230)

Fuji EF-42 flash Fuji EF-42 flash

Fuji EF-42 Flash.

Works with X100 and HS20.

Swivels 90º up, 180º left and 120º right.

24-105mm zoom head. Rear LCD also computes equivalent on APS/DX/1.6x cameras.

Rated GN 24-42 meters (78-140 feet) with zoom head at 24-105mm at ISO 100.

TTL exposure compensation settable to -1.5, -1, -0.5, 0, +0.5, +1 and +1.5 stops.

Manual control to 1/64 only in full stop steps.

Red AF assist light.

Powered by 4-AA cells.

Rated 220 full-power dumps on alkalines, 240 with NiMH.

Recycling rated 3.5s alkaline, 3.0s NiMH at full power.

Rated 116 x 64 x 102 mm (4.56 x 2.51 x 4.01 inches).

Rated 260 g empty (9.17 oz).

Seems to be the Sunpak PZ-42X, except dedicated to Fuji.

 

More Information

Fuji X100 Review

Fuji X100 Sample Images

Fuji X100 Specifications

Fuji X100 Accessories

Fuji X100 Compared to Other Cameras

Fuji X100 User's Guide

 

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