Specification comparison Fuji X-100F vs. Fuji X100T
Two are the compact cameras that feature massive specifications but Fuji X100F is upgraded version and gives the users a tremendous opportunity to take their skills to the next level. X100F is featuring massive latest 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C image sensor and high-speed image processing engine. On the other side, X100T also comes with APSC sensor, but it is leaning downwards due to lesser effective resolution than X100F. Moreover, the AF system of X100F is much more advanced and upgraded than X100T. Let’s discuss these two cameras in details…
Features / Models
|Megapixel||24 megapixels||16.3 Megapixel|
|Sensor size / type||APS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm)||APS-C (23.6 x 15.8 mm)|
||X-Processor Pro||EXR Processor II|
|Low pass filter||No||No|
|AF System||Contrast detect + Phase detect sensor||Contrast + Phase detect sensor|
|AF points||325 points||49 Points|
|Shutter Min/Max||60sec 1/32000 sec||Shutter 30 seconds -1/32000 secs|
|Top Continuous Shooting Speed||08fps||6fps|
|Video||1080p @60fps||1080p @60fps|
|Display||3.0 inch 1.04M-dot tilting TFT LCD Touchscreen||3.0″ LCD Rear Screen (1,228,800 pixels)|
|Battery Life (CIPA)||390 shots||330 shots|
|Wireless connectivity||Built-In||Wi-Fi, NFC|
|Dimensions||127 x 75 x 52 mm||118 x 83 x 41 mm|
|Weight||469 g||440 g|
Thankfully, both the two cameras don’t have low pass filter, ensuring you to grab much more details of the subjects. However, talking about the image quality then we must give more preference to X100F since the camera features 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C image sensor that works together with high speed image processing engine to deliver you super sharp and stunning clear images with outstanding color reproduction and rich tonality. However, both the two compact cameras have similar sensor sizes, but the effective resolution of X100T is 16.3MP that can’t create much more dynamic range like X100F. In addition, X100F is fabulous for shooting in lowlight areas since it gives you the base ISO of 12800, ensuring noise free images. By the way, both offer you the expandable ISO up to 51200.
The AF system of X100F is considerably better than that of its competitor, X100T that gives you enhanced AF performance with improvements the X100F has a startup time of approximately 0.5 seconds, a shooting interval of 0.2 seconds, shutter release time lag of 0.01 seconds and AF speeds as fast as 0.08 seconds. Moreover, X100F also implements six AF modes including Single Point mode, Zone mode and Wide/Tracking mode for both AF-S for stationary subjects and AF-C for moving subjects. The number of focus points in the X100F is 325 points, with approximately 40% of the imaging area covered with phase detection. As a result, the X100F will be able to captures beautiful detail in pictures with fine textures etc.
On the other side, Fuji X100T also use the same hybrid AF system, but overall, it is not much more advanced in AF performance, plus it features the total number of AF points, 49 only (that is lesser than 325 points).
Fuji X100F allows you to utilize the total bursts rate of 8fps that are highly beneficial to capture fast moving subjects, which at a time helps to capture the sports event etc. On the other side, its successor, X100T allows you to use its 6fps only.
Fuji X100F is also leading in the battery things by allowing the users to capture 390 shots at a time. On the other side, with X100T, one can capture 330 shots only at a time.
Fuji X100F is way advanced from X100T and the compact camera that worth every buck you pay for. The camera gives you better image quality, quick AF performance and a few more advantages you may also earn while shooting with X100F. However, one major thing that still looks downside for X100F is it video capability that is limited to Full HD only. Downside in a sense that it costs you more than $1K but not manages to offer you 4K (when at a time all the users want their camera to come with 4K, then why Fuji doesn’t feel the need to incorporate 4K in Fuji X100F?).