Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, better known as Fujifilm or simply Fuji, is a Japanese multinational corporation headquartered in Tokyo. Since its founding in 1983, it has been dedicated to the industry of photography and making. In fact, today the company is dedicated to the development, production, sale and service of everything that has to do with the world of photography.
Its product catalog includes items such as photographic finishing equipment, color paper, various photographic camera chemicals, medical imaging equipment, graphic arts materials and equipment, flat-panel optical films, optical devices, copiers, printers and more, and not least digital cameras.
On behalf of Fuji, we have the Fujifilm X100F compact camera. This device is the fourth device in the list of X100 series cameras that retains the classic style of its predecessors, but fundamentally improves everything else from the inside. It contains a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, the so-called X-Trans, especially the X-Trans III, which was developed by this company and extensively used in its cameras. In addition, it uses the new X-Processor Pro as an image processing engine and significantly improves its speed.
The auto focus system of this camera uses the phase detection method, which in turn uses the sensor’s detection, and expects the phase detection range to be approximately 230% more advanced than its predecessors, and up to 325 provides selectable points for auto focus. It has a built-in focus lever that allows you to easily move your focus while maintaining composition.
It offers six different auto focus modes, depending on what you want to include in your photo. The AF-S mode is for stationary subjects, while the AF-C mode for moving subjects, and each of them is divided into three different modes: Single Point AF (Single Point AF), Area AF (Zone AF) and wide / tracking AF. It also offers a total of 15 movie simulation modes, including PROVIA, Velvia and ASTIA (all calls in honor of Fuji’s most famous photographic films).
To remember the good old days, an ISO selector switch is built into the shutter speed selector. This, like many other buttons and selectors, is located in the right-hand area of the camera, making it possible to quickly change the settings without affecting the fixed grip of the camera. This camera is again equipped with a blade lock that can hold up to 10,000 performances, and an electronic shutter with a speed of 1/32000 seconds.
The advanced hybrid viewfinder offers you the advantages of an optical viewfinder (OVF) and an electronic viewfinder (EVF) with the simple movement of a switch on the front of the camera. The camera corrects in real time the problem known as parallax, ie the displacement of the picture frame in the viewfinder from the area to be photographed, and this becomes stronger in the approaches.
It is able to record in extended and full HD quality, supported by 6 different frame rates (59.94 p, 50 p, 29.97 p, 25 p, 24 p and 23.98 p). In addition, you can choose between 8 different filters to give more style to the captured photos. The lens also has a neutral filter, or ND (Neutral Density) filter, which is useful if you are shooting an open-frame photo in full light or if you want to use a slower shutter speed.
The camera features WCL-X100 II wide-angle conversion lenses and TCL-X100 II teleconversion lenses, which help expand the field of photography of the device, while maintaining the advanced image quality and performance of Fujinon’s fixed-lens 23mmF2 lenses remaining intact achieve a viewing angle of 50mm or 70mm with your digital teleconverter in addition to the standard 35mm perspective.
This camera basically brings everything with it, besides, it is available in two colors; Color black and silver.