Fuji X100F vs. Fuji X100T

Fuji X100F vs. Fuji X100T

We have Fuji X100F and Fuji X100T on the other side to compare. From the table below, one can get a brief look and clearly confirm that Fuji X100F is outrageously beating X100T with its astounding specifications, such as its 24MP sensor and creative 91AF points that can be extended to total 325 AF points for precise tracking of the desire subjects. On the other hand, Fuji X100T doesn’t stand far from its acquaintance, X100T that carries a lot of similar features like faster shutter speed, both offer Full HD video, ISO range is also same etc. Let’s go through the detailed comparison and find out the actual difference we may see while shooting, practically.

Fuji X100F vs. Fuji X100T specification differences

 Features/ Models   Fuji X100F
    Fuji X100T
Megapixel 24.3 Megapixel 16 megapixels
Sensor size APS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm) APS-C (23.6 x 15.8 mm)
Low pass filter No No
Image processor X-Processor Pro EXR Processor II
Image Stabilization No No
AF system Contrast Detect + phase detect Contrast Detect + Phase Detect
AF Points 91-Point AF with 49 Phase-Detect Points (Total 325) 49
ISO 100-51200 100-51200
Shutter Min/ mix 30-1/32000 30-1/32000
Continuous shooting speed 08fps 6 fps
Video 1080p @60fps 1920 x 1080 (60fps )
Display 3″ 1.04m-Dot Free-Angle Touchscreen LCD 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot LCD Monitor
Hot shoe Yes Yes
Wireless Yes Yes
Environmentally Sealed No No
Battery life 390 shots 330 shots
Dimensions 127 x 75 x 52 mm 127 x 74 x 52 mm
Weight 469 g 440 g
Price  $1,299.00  $1,299.00

Image quality

Though it’s natural that Fuji X100F will be the clear performer of image quality since the camera utilizes 24.3 Megapixel sensor (3rd generation sensor “CMOS III”), whereas Fuji X100T utilizes 16MP sensor (A clear cut difference). Moreover, along with the maximum effective pixels and latest generation sensor the camera also works with X-Processor Pro high-speed image processing engine, enhancing the users to grab images with gorgeous sharpness and stunning details. Hence, the users who don’t like any compromise with the image quality must go with Fuji X100F.

AF system

The AF system of X100F is vastly superior, featuring both contrast as well as phase detect sensor that allows you to achieve quick and accurate focus of the intended subjects. Plus, on the back of X100F a new joystick-style Focus Lever has been integrated that lets you quickly select a focus area in the frame with 8 directions of movement. , Fuji X100F has creative 91 AF points that can be divided into 325 points for extra accuracy along with 49 phase AF points. Thankfully, Fuji X100T is also based on hybrid AF system, but only nag that it offers you only 49 highest AF points compared to 325 AF points of X100F, 9 of which are phase detection that means accuracy may not be so efficient during tracking your desire subjects.

Continuous shooting speed

With 8fps of Continuous shooting speed provided by X100F one can easily freeze the action of the particular subject, specifically, during sports shooting. Moreover, X100F will also allow you faster JPEG shooting compared to 6fps of X100T.

Battery life

Maximum 390 shots at a time you can take with X100F, whereas Fuji X100T ensure you get 340 shots only at a time.


we can see from the table that both have expandable ISO of 51200, but we consider more to X100F due to its latest sensor that is highly capable to give you detailed images in lowlight with almost minimum noise.

On the other hand, both offer you Full HD video, faster shutter speed and a few more. Unfortunately, both the two are not weather sealed that we can take as the biggest downside of them.


X100F is obviously a sensational camera that offers brand new 3rd generation sensor that will help you in numerous shooting situations plus its faster and intelligent AF system is one big reason to buy this camera. Overall, Fuji X100F will be a nice choice over X100T. Both the cameras come with same price.

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