I love X100T . Some of you have asked what settings I use for street photography. I have X100T only two days but i shoot many testing photos on ISO 3200-6400 and iam surprised. 1. The X100T has a huge improvement over the X100S in terms of the stiffness of the dials. 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 want X100S set for Street Photography? 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 This is my list. 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. I agree, the jump from the x100s to the X100T would be a tough choice. Related: read my Fujifilm x100S review, and my Fujifilm X-T1 review. Fujifilm also hit a home-run (at least in my book) by making the menus simpler. Do you think the AF on this Fuji is quick enough to not miss a shot with moving subjects like these little monsters? If so, I have some tips to overcome GAS. Also things to consider: for the price of $1,300 you can afford a round-trip ticket to somewhere in the world, buy 33 amazing photography books (assuming each book was around $40), go on a road trip somewhere (related article on how to do an American road trip), book a photography workshop, and invest it in experiences. The reviews praised it highly, but nobody mentioned that the lens has to zoom out of the body on startup and wakeup, giving truly bovine activation times (1.5 sec if I remember right). Fuji X-T1 & X100T – My Camera Settings. The primary reason I purchased the X100T was because of its small size. The camera did a good job of setting the shutter speed/aperture to capture the images I wanted, and I didn’t really find any times that I could blame the camera for not getting the photo I wanted. Things like high ISO image quality, overall image quality, intuitive control layout, speed, and build quality. But to sum up, the X100T is an absolute joy to shoot with— little to no stress dealing with shooting in the streets. If you shoot RAW you won’t lose much dynamic range over your Nikon either, my primary camera is the full frame Nikon Df which I regularly shoot at ISO 6400 with, the x100t at ISO 6400 is hard to discern from the full frame Df. I just wanted to make a quick note about the conversion lenses. You can also see some of the aesthetic differences on the Fujifilm site here. sunday, 31 january 2016. the Fuji X100T is a significantly different beast from its X100 ancestor. ISO 6400 is very good for streetphotography and i often using it. This isn’t a huge issue because you can feel it turn off (it’s a fairy faint vibration when hand holding the camera) and you can simply half press the shutter to restart the timer again. Do not reproduce content from DecisiveShot.com without permission. Let me get into some of my more detailed thoughts on the Fujifilm X100T below. 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. Street photographers have been anticipating a new X100 for months and the Fuji X100F is finally here! Get real feedback on your photos on ARSBETA.COM. I shot the camera mostly in “P” mode (“A” on the front lens, and “A” on the shutter dial), and in ISO 1600 in autofocusing mode. I have absolutely no complaints with the image quality that the X100T brings to the table. I am a professional wedding photographer whose work brings in the money that feeds my family, but it’s my passion for street photography that feeds my soul. Now that I have been shooting with my Fujifilm X100T for over a year, I’ve finally settled on camera settings that suit the way I work. Make sure you don’t fall victim to “GAS” (Gear Acquisition Syndrome). There is some new rangefinder-like firmware thingy that Fujifilm updated, but I honestly think it is pretty gimmicky. For the shot above I shot in manual mode with a shutter speed of 1/15 to blur everything except for the woman’s reflection in the subway car window. Some of you have asked what settings I use for street photography. Disclaimer: I was given a free Fujifilm X100T for this review. T is very usefull camera, it’s small, fast, make beautifull images and looks retro. Great insight! Put electronic contacts on the lens so the camera would automatically know the conversion lens was on without having to go into the menu. Examples: 1/125, f5.6, ISO 640 I wonder if you could explain your comments in the ‘Speed’ section where you say that the camera takes a second (!) For me I have shot it all in black and white in RAW, and I shot it consistently at ISO 3200–6400 with no problems. Enjoy your Fujifilm camera and the experience in the streets. If you have a X100T you will love Classic Chrome. Take care! There are better suited cameras in the Fuji line-up including the X-Pro (of course) and the X-A and X-M. 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. Setting up X100S for street photography. Also a minor detail: the focusing dial of the lens has some added texture, which looks quite beautiful in silver (I have the black version, and you can’t see it well). 2. Due to its small size and light weight it is a camera that can remain around your neck for many, many hours. I’m going to approach this review from a different perspective than my review of the X100S, I’m going to look at this camera from a Street Photographers perspective. When I review a Street Photography camera, really any camera, there are a few things that I look at that are what I would call “deal breakers”. Therefore I find that you can shoot the X100T at slower shutter speeds (and have sharper images) than the X-T1. John founded PhotolisticLife.com, a website focusing on all things photography with the purpose of educating and inspiring readers, and DecisiveShot.com, a website about Street Photography. Enjoy, feel free to edit them, share them, or whatever! You just point, click, and make the photos you want. 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. He hates spiders. If you want something uber-pocketable and a solid daily carry-around street photography camera, I recommend the new Ricoh GR (read my review here). Both lenses work with the X100T even though (as of typing this) they both only say X100 and X100S. To each his own though, the image quality was not impacted by attaching either conversion lens… I was impressed. I really like this little camera, I like it so much that it will become my primary Street Photography camera from here on out. Better autofocusing, Wi-Fi functionality, some fancy electronic shutter (allows you to shoot f/2 in bright sunlight), a new film-simulation JPEG preset (not really necessary if you post-process your files in RAW with Lightroom), bigger LCD screen, and some other bells and whistles. For more high ISO image samples you can check out the sample galleries over at DPReview.com. So I think the million-dollar question (or the ~$1300 question) is whether the X100T is “worth it”. You won’t be disappointed with the image sharpness or color rendering capabilities of the X100T. If you read through my various experiences with the X100s over on PhotolisticLife.com you’ll notice I started off thinking the camera was just “another point and shoot” and by the end of the experience I was/am a huge fan of the camera and actually used it as my primary camera for the better part of a year. The refresh rate is very fast (very similar to the X-T1) and it is big. You'll notice the majority of my street photography is black and white. It is good to share your knowledge within a group of photographers. The toughest thing to do is to freeze motion in a scene and to make the important elements sharp, and you need to have the right shutter speed settings to do this. If you’d like to know more about the X100T please feel free to leave a comment below or ask via the Facebook page. As long as it’s dry, warm and light we are out there taking pictures. Still super-light, compact, and even pocketable (if you have big enough pockets). My question is how do you back button focus with the X100F. I did some digging around teh interwebz and found that the changes were pretty minor. Cheers, Related: Read my article on How Money Can Buy You Happiness in Street Photography. *Using a thumb grip partially covers the drive button and the wheel below your exposure compensation dial. 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). Member Neill Soden got his hands on the Fuji X100T. I have a full frame Nikon, but feel like it’s too bulky to bring for street shots on everyday bases. Enter your email address to subscribe to this site and receive notifications of new posts by email. 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). 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*. Ian, thanks for a very informative and enlightening article on setting up the X100F for street photography. These settings will hopefully allow you to walk the streets and focus on watching the world and looking for interesting people or interesting scenes to shoot, rather than worrying what your settings are, fumbling around the camera and missing the shot. So the X100T is damn solid when it comes to autofocusing speed. But at the same time— I know a lot of you guys who shoot digital were interested in the new Fujifilm X100T. Seasoned Street Photographers will tell you that image quality takes a back seat to the content of an image in Street Photography. 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. It is not discussed enough in reviews for street photographers. Anyways, I am still pretty committed to shooting film at this point (most of my personal work back home in Berkeley, California in my neighborhood is shot on my Hasselblad 6×6 medium-format camera on Kodak Portra 400) and I’m still focusing on my “Suits” and “Only in America” series on 35mm with my Leica MP and Contax T3 (also on Kodak Portra 400). You can still get at them easily so it’s not a big deal but it’s worth noting. Too many functions and features. I preferred carrying the X100T on the stock neck strap, as it is so light you barely feel like you are wearing it. The great thing about the new X100T is that you can now program (nearly all) the buttons in the back. If you purchase the camera through my affiliate links (everything on my blog that points to Amazon), I get around a 7.5% commission fee— which helps me pay my rent, my film, and my coffee/espresso habit (which is a good thing— which leads to a lot more free articles and resources for this blog). Hello! “Let the envy go away and act like a true member of a growing family of photographers”, I say. Something minor: but the silver-finish of the X100T looks substantially nicer than the X100S. Also ask yourself the question: do I need this camera or do I simply want to acquire it for the sake of it? The Fujifilm X100T retails for around ~$1300 on Amazon. These are the minimum requirements I have set for a Street Photography camera based on my needs and expectations. This was my fault because I already knew the camera takes about a second to wake up and I normally half-press the shutter to keep it awake between shots (best solution I’ve found). This includes the “Q” (quick) menu. Re: Setting X100T for street photography ZONE FOCUS In reply to Easy Rider • Aug 21, 2017 I commonly use my x100S at F/8.0 manually focused at about 11', which is hyperfocal distance. Often I’ll turn a corner and be in the shadow of a large building, enter a dimly lit subway, or walk through a pedestrian tunnel where light is scarce. What I realized is that the X100T can take the same or better images than the Nikon Df because it is smaller and more discreet allowing me to create more candid shots of my subjects. Let’s start at the beginning with a bit of background. In a previous post, I shared some of my favorite general-purpose settings for the ACROS film simulation.I recently took a trip to Chicago and spent the week shooting my X100F entirely. Also check out our upcoming street photography exhibition this Tuesday evening at 7pm. It looks more “titanium-like”— it has a slightly darker silver color. The camera is light, small, unobtrusive, and compact, and literally weighs nothing around your neck. In street photography le cose sono un po’ diverse… non siamo noi a decidere! I’m very sensitive to camera power-up and wakeup-speeds and I’m glad that you (uniquely, as far as I know) have looked at this performance aspect. Also at this point, I prefer the X100T over the X-T1 for street photography, as the X100T matches the X-T1 in terms of autofocusing speed, is smaller, has Wifi functionality, has as stiff buttons as the X-T1, and is lighter. Disclaimer: I was given a free Fujifilm X100T for this review. I but them, tried them out and never really used them. 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. If you’ve done a lot of Street Photography you’ll be intimately familiar with the wide range of available light from street to street, block to block. One of the first questions that I had about the X100T (over the X100S) was regarding “what’s new?”. If you have an X100S, the upgrade isn’t really necessary (but if you want to sell your X100S for the newest and greatest, go for it). Today I want to make a few suggestions as to how to set up your Fuji camera for street photography. 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. 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 The button layout is very similar to the X100S with minor but good changes. However if you love the newest and greatest (and you can afford it) I would say go for the upgrade. But for a lot of us as soon as dusk falls and it gets colder, it’s time to pack up and go home. La luce del sole, le insegne luminose, i riflessi sulle vetrine, le dominanti colorate delle auto creano un miscuglio complesso di luci e contrasti il cui controllo e bilanciamento spesso risulta difficoltoso. But getting into using flash in street photography can be tricky to work out how to use it correctly. This is the third article in my ongoing series on the new Fujifilm X100F. Although it has a refined design and fairly intuitive menu, the camera’s large number of options and controls can make it overwhelming for new buyers. 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. At ISO 6400 the images exceeded my expectations. The camera was snappy, and rarely missed autofocus on anything during the day. I have the T and use it extensively for street photography. Be notified of when new workshops are live here. Mounted to either of the latter two bodies you have a viable rival to the Ricoh GR – … If you want to become a better photographer, I recommend you to buy books, not gear. Be sure to turn off your auto-focus assist light in the settings if you use this set up. Furthermore, they don’t attract attention, so people on the street won’t notice you as a “professional” photographer. 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). It is a beautiful Sunday here in Dubai, and it is my day off “work”. more after the break Fuji X100T seems like the perfect fit. This felt instantaneous. Also if you want a more pocketable camera for street photography, I highly recommend the new Ricoh GR (read my review here). Nowadays when I meet someone with the original X100 (even to a bit the X100S), the menus are a nightmare. I couldn’t tell any difference in terms of weight or the handling of the X100T over the X100s — I believe it is identical. I have a full frame Nikon, but feel like it’s too bulky to bring for street shots on everyday bases. Mark Cohen and Bruce Gilden are two great example of street photographers who have made great use of flash. X100T is very fast and in low light at ISO1600, 3200 is beautifull. I would probably use them more if Fuji had: It produces a harsh light that has a more gritty feel which fits a certain style of street photography. I also shot a lot of really close “street portraits” with the macro mode, which also works quite quickly. Florence in the night: street photography with Fuji X100s testing the high Iso setting I remember, during that first class, that I was so impressed about the sharpness and the colors of the slides that were projected from the teacher in the room: you could see in that dark room a … 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. I found that the camera did a fine job at selecting the ISO but obviously you still need to keep an eye on your shutter speed to make sure it doesn’t dip too far below 1/125. For streetphotography, documentary, report,… For macro and details shooting I must setings on f4 for best sharpen, f2 is blured and very soft. They are small, compact and lightweight. When I tried it in a store, the camera seemed to go into sleep when it was away from the eye and a sensor would turn it back on when I put it up to my eye. Take care! The size, image quality, and ease of use make this the perfect camera, in my opinion, for Street Photographers. The image quality is on par with that of the Leica (X100T has better high ISO capabilities) at a fraction of the cost (Leica $6,500 vs. X100T $1,200). Great high-ISO capacities, the best colors I have seen out of a digital camera (the Nikon D800/Canon 5D Mark III also look great). But the details are very good. I added a Thumb Grip by Lensmate* that does not require screwing anything in but slides snug into the cameras hot shoe mount. The camera is more than capable of being used for a number of photography disciplines and a quick visit to one of the X100T Flickr pages will give you some great examples of this. I had absolutely no problem walking around with it all day around my neck— no strain, didn’t even feel like it was there. Flash in Street photography is a very useful tool. I don’t see any design flaws in the camera that could become a problem down the road, it looks as though it’s built to last. The Fuji X100F is the fourth in Fuji’s line of X100 cameras – the X100, X100S, X100T, and X100F. DecisiveShot delivers inspiration by the figurative dump truck full. Do you have any questions? So long story short, 9.5/10 image quality from the X100T. Yup, I have a Leica M 240 sitting in my bag and every day I reach for the X100T on my way out the door. It’s very impressive, I think you’ll be happy. You don’t need to follow my example, or you can modify at your taste some settings … Based on my purely un-empirical and un-scientific standards, I would measure the autofocusing abilities of the cameras below: It seems the X100T has a faster autofocus than the X-T1 (because it has a fixed lens, and is optimized for the body). In the fall, winter, and spring I literally drop it into my coat pocket and it goes with me everywhere. 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. Long story short (before I delve into the details), I think if you have an X100 (and want an upgrade), I think the X100T is a substantial enough upgrade. Still superb. Mark Cohen and Bruce Gilden are two great example of street photographers who have made great use of flash. It’s small, responsive and the image quality is out of this world. Just one question, I would like to also use it for taking photos of my toddler son, who obviously moves quite a bit. 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. Powering up the camera is actually slightly faster than waking the camera from sleep, I prefer not to do this between shots because I believe in eliminating as many steps as possible so I can focus on composing my shots. Hi John, February 12, 2016 By Ted 11 Comments. It produces a harsh light that has a more gritty feel which fits a certain style of street photography. The biggest changes I noticed are the directional buttons around the OK button (used to be a spinning wheel) and the wheel below the exposure compensation dial now spins (it used to just push from side to side). . 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