- Professional performance with an X-Processor Pro engine and a quick response
- Enhanced autofocus performance to capture every detail
- Practical layout allows you to change the settings quickly
- Full HD video recording with Film Simulation modes
The X100F features an 24.3 megapixel CMOS III APS-C sensor with a highly random pixel array helping to reduce moiré and false colours without needing to use an optical low-pass filter.
With its high-speed X-Processor Pro image processing engine, you can expect picture quality comparable to that of cameras with a larger sensor and higher pixel count for professional results.
Enhanced autofocus performance
Capable of autofocusing on points of light, low-contrast objects and subjects with delicate textures such as animals, the X100F can capture memorable and detailed images with ease.
Operating effectively even in low-light conditions, the camera has a high-performance Fujinon 23 mm f/2 prime lens. Delivering high levels of sharpness, the lens is made up of eight glass elements in six groups. Colour is reproduced accurately and aberrations are minimised, while a unique coating is applied to control flare and ghosting.
With the most frequently-used buttons and dials on the right-hand side, the X100F makes it easy to change settings quickly while holding the camera.
An Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder combines the features of an optical viewfinder and an electronic viewfinder, allowing you to switch quickly between the two modes with a switch at the front of the camera.
Using the free Fujifilm Camera Remote app, you can use WiFi to transfer photos and videos from the camera to your smartphone or tablet without the need for cables. You can also browse the files on the camera directly from your smart device, as well as allowing you to download location information and attach it to images.
Full HD video recording
In addition to capturing stunning still images, the X100F lets you capture detailed Full HD video footage. You can enhance your videos with nine different Film Simulation modes, whilst also fine-tuning the tone, colour and sharpness of the footage.