Hello Fuji X100!

Post by Mark

A few days back I posted about the Fuji X100
digital camera and a reader was kind enough to lend me his to try out and review. I was having a really hard time deciding if I should get it or not since the reviews online are so conflicting and now I understand why. One minute I am going wow this is amazing and the next I’m going WTF?! I’m already divided on if I love this camera or hate it and I’ve just been playing around with it for 30 minutes! Will use it all day tomorrow and post a proper first impression and most importantly a side by side comparison with the Panasonic GF1. I really want to love this camera so hopefully everything works out fine.

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14 comments, add your own...

  1. Ed says:

    Mark what camera and lens do you use to take these photos?

  2. Waleed says:

    U must chk out nikon D5100! Looking forward to have 1! A great camera with better features comparable to D7000! ;)

  3. Dalal says:


    This is a great review for you to read about the X100

  4. vampire says:

    hope u don’t like it,, enough cams

  5. vince says:

    “I really want to love this camera so hopefully everything works out fine.”

    you sound so desperate … its a camera not a super model !

  6. smart choice Sir :)
    great for street shots
    will get mine in my trip to Switzerland
    best wishes

  7. joojoo says:

    mark where did you get the camera? in kuwait? if so where and what was the $$?

  8. ark584 says:

    Hey there Mark,

    i think u got the price of the X100 wrong.. I costs about half as much as u quoted (i own one, though i got mine from Canada). Kd650 (roughly), is the price of the Fuji XPro-1 (the successor to the X100 with an interchangeable lens mount). I just picked mine up from X-cite for about the price u mentioned, including 35mm f1.4 lens and accessory kit which includes leather eveready case, leather strap, lens case, etc).

    Hope this helps.

    P.s. love fuji IQ. can’t compare it to anything else.

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