Enter your email address to subscribe to this site and receive notifications of new posts by email. If I had one suggestion for Fuji I would say the camera could be a little larger (with a full frame sensor in a perfect world). Do you think the AF on this Fuji is quick enough to not miss a shot with moving subjects like these little monsters? Seasoned Street Photographers will tell you that image quality takes a back seat to the content of an image in Street Photography. You can also pick to use meters of feet measurements. You can download some of my free Lightroom 5 Street Photography film-simulation presets (optimized for the Fujifilm cameras and works well on all RAW files on all cameras) for free. Fuji X100T Street Photography Review I’ve been using a review sample of the Fuji X100T as my primary camera for just over 2 months and let me start off by saying I really like it. However if you love the newest and greatest (and you can afford it) I would say go for the upgrade. Whereas the X100S was still a bit laggy at times with the autofocusing. HAPTIC INDUSTRIES: Creative Tools to Empower You. The X100T has the same sensor as the X100S (and the X-T1). It is good to share your knowledge within a group of photographers. The size, image quality, and ease of use make this the perfect camera, in my opinion, for Street Photographers. If you’d like to read the full review of the X100S, the previous version of this camera with the exact same image sensor and lens, you can click here. I had a great time teaching the workshops here in Dubai, and also ended up shooting a lot of personal photos for myself (around 5–6 rolls of medium-format Kodak Portra 400 on my Hasselblad and a Mamiya 7 I borrowed from my friends Imraan and Mo. I have X100T only two days but i shoot many testing photos on ISO 3200-6400 and iam surprised. Related: read my Fujifilm x100S review, and my Fujifilm X-T1 review. You just point, click, and make the photos you want. I had absolutely no problem walking around with it all day around my neck— no strain, didn’t even feel like it was there. Let’s take a look at the Fujifilm X100T: The first thing we will explore is the cameras capabilities in low light utilizing high ISO. It’s very impressive, I think you’ll be happy. This is my list. 1. I think if you’re rich (or have disposable income), the X100T is still enough of a “justified” upgrade over the X100S (assuming you sell the X100S). [highlight]Street Photography Settings [/highlight] ... .I currently do 95% of street photography with the Fuji x100s because it is small but with an integrated viewfinder (as opposed to the rx100) and it is important for me to have one. So the X100T is damn solid when it comes to autofocusing speed. The Fuji X100F is the fourth in Fuji’s line of X100 cameras – the X100, X100S, X100T, and X100F. Right now I would say that the X100T is the best discrete street photography camera around because it’s lens is built in and so tiny. After my last video talking about the quality of the JPEG files out of these Fuji X series cameras, several photographers asked if I could share the way that I set my X-T1 and X100T up so that I could get the type of JPEG image that I liked. Furthermore, they don’t attract attention, so people on the street won’t notice you as a “professional” photographer. But getting into using flash in street photography can be tricky to work out how to use it correctly. The biggest difference I notice (other than the slight design changes) would be the improvement in focus speed and ability to lock in low light (vs. the x100s). So long story short, 9.5/10 image quality from the X100T. But at the same time— I know a lot of you guys who shoot digital were interested in the new Fujifilm X100T. sunday, 31 january 2016. the Fuji X100T is a significantly different beast from its X100 ancestor. The new model is lightyears ahead of the original X100 and it is set for major success. Would prefer to have a straight out of camera JPG shots as I would prefer not to post production the photos. There are more customizable buttons to access your key adjustments without having to enter the menu. The camera is light, small, unobtrusive, and compact, and literally weighs nothing around your neck. The primary reason I purchased the X100T was because of its small size. Fujifilm are also sponsoring my free talk on street photography (at Gulf Photo Plus this Monday evening at 7pm). The best advice I have ever read was this: money can only buy you happiness, as long as you spend it on experiences, NOT material things. It is a beautiful Sunday here in Dubai, and it is my day off “work”. Setting up X100S for street photography. The X100T has drive mode that is incredibly fast, you can turn all sounds and lights off so your toddler won’t even know you’re taking their photograph. This is practically a non-issue with the X100T now, as Fujifilm stiffened the exposure-compensation dial (thanks for listening guys!). more after the break Take care! Not to mention how long the camera system took to boot. Just Street Photography. He has a lot of nice family oriented images so I asked him to talk about his images and his opinion on the Fuji x100s vs x100t since he had both. They also moved around some of the dials on the left side, so now you can change the “view mode” from the back (I figured too many people got confused by using the front lever). Also as a side-note, because the X100T has a leaf-shutter (is practically silent), there is less camera-shake than the X-T1, which still uses a traditional mirror. It is not discussed enough in reviews for street photographers. The camera was snappy, and rarely missed autofocus on anything during the day. If you own a Leica, it is not worth it (or necessary, common you already own a Leica). The Free X100T Setup Guide Is Now Available (click here), Lawerenceville Memorial Day Parade – Street Photography, Strengthening Street Photography Composition With Open Interpretation, How Urban Landscape Photography Can Improve Your Street Photography, Essential Lens Cleaning Tool For Tough Spots, The Best Nikon 35mm For Travel/Street Photography – Review, The Streets Of Pittsburgh Through A Medium Format Yashica-D Viewfinder, Street Photography: Seeing The Setting Video By Ibarionex Perello. Greg, the camera will auto shut off after a few minutes and that is when it will take a moment to restart. The build quality is excellent, it’s heavy enough to feel like it could withstand minor bumps and bruises however I wouldn’t recommend it since the lens is fixed and if you bust it you’ll have to buy an entirely new camera. They are small, compact and lightweight. I honestly think that full-frame isn’t really necessary in street photography— and even iPhones/compact cameras/crop sensors all do a pretty damn good capturing “the decisive moment” with solid quality. Enjoy, feel free to edit them, share them, or whatever! His focus is Landscape, Street, and Commercial/Marketing photography. Use silent mode: this is one of the best things when it comes to street photography. There are two lenses available, a wide and a “telephoto”, 28mm and 50mm focal length equivalent. I arrived last Wednesday from London after 2 weeks of teaching workshops, and I ended up doing a few workshops for Gulf Photo Plus (a photo organization in Dubai). Street photographers have been anticipating a new X100 for months and the Fuji X100F is finally here! I really like what I see on reviews about this camera. Still super-light, compact, and even pocketable (if you have big enough pockets). The X100T has the same basic sensor as the X100S and the X-T1 and it’s earned quite a good reputation as being one of the best 16 megapixel crop-sensors on the market. I have the T and use it extensively for street photography. Put electronic contacts on the lens so the camera would automatically know the conversion lens was on without having to go into the menu. X100T is very fast and in low light at ISO1600, 3200 is beautifull. Therefore I find that you can shoot the X100T at slower shutter speeds (and have sharper images) than the X-T1. The size is probably not such a problem, it’s more the placement of controls, which means that I can’t find a secure to wrap my hand around it. Fuji X100T Street Photography Review I’ve been using a review sample of the Fuji X100T as my primary camera for just over 2 months and let me start off by saying I really like it. The Fuji X100F is the fourth in Fuji’s line of X100 cameras – the X100, X100S, X100T, and X100F. The X100T has a huge improvement over the X100S in terms of the stiffness of the dials. I took this excellent little camera to Havana for a week of street photography and I was impressed every step of the way. I felt the camera was too fiddly in my hand, with placement of controls and a slippery, low-profile hand grip that meant it felt quite precarious. Related: Read my article on How Money Can Buy You Happiness in Street Photography. When I set up the X100T to put it through its paces I placed it on auto ISO (200-6400) with a minimum shutter speed of 1/125 (I wish it went to 1/250) auto-focus, and Aperture Priority*. Greg, Hello, thanks for your review. Good luck with your decision, let me know how you fair. Fujifilm was generous enough to sponsor my 2 workshops here (a 1-day Conquer your Fear of Shooting Street Photography course, and a 3-day intensive Intermediate/Advanced Street Photography Workshop focused on projects). If you have a X100T you will love Classic Chrome. I arrived last Wednesday from London after 2 weeks of teaching workshops, and I ended up doing a few workshops for Gulf Photo Plus (a photo organization in Dubai).… Continue reading Review of the Fujifilm X100T for Street Photography Great insight! I agree, the jump from the x100s to the X100T would be a tough choice. Each one has its own vision and … Continue reading "Night Photography: 12 Essential Techniques, with Fuji X cameras" I recommend trying to over-expose in order to retain more sensor data (shadows don’t hold as much information as highlights do) when shooting at extreme ISO settings like this. So I think the million-dollar question (or the ~$1300 question) is whether the X100T is “worth it”. Yes, I think the auto focus is fast enough… I use it for street photography and as you know there are moments that slip by very quickly and the X100T never misses a beat. Make sure you don’t fall victim to “GAS” (Gear Acquisition Syndrome). Examples: 1/125, f5.6, ISO 640 I arrived last Wednesday from London after 2 weeks of teaching workshops, and I ended up doing a few workshops for Gulf Photo Plus (a photo organization in Dubai).… Continue reading Review of the Fujifilm X100T for Street Photography I like the idea of just “setting and forgetting” the camera. Also if you want a more pocketable camera for street photography, I highly recommend the new Ricoh GR (read my review here). Discover more personal meaning in your photography >, Own a piece of street photography history >, How Money Can Buy You Happiness in Street Photography, free Lightroom 5 Street Photography film-simulation presets, JOIN ARS: The Anti-Social Media for Photographers, Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Photography Entrepreneurship, Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Mastering Photography. Ian, thanks for a very informative and enlightening article on setting up the X100F for street photography. The original Fuji X100 came after the Leica X1 and both models set the current trend for fixed-lens 35mm shooters that are particularly suited to street photography. When you attach one of the conversion lenses the camera gets larger (obviously) and if I’m going to shoot with a larger camera I will just use my Nikon Df with multiple lens options. Lets be honest, most street photographers, myself included are fair-weather photographers. First, let’s make sure you have everything you will need, camera, and the two most important accessories: extra batteries and extra memory cards.

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