Unlike many camera companies, Fujifilm's roots lie in film, not optics — hence the name. Founded in 1934 with the aim of being the first Japanese film company, it was their late '80s decision to embrace digital that has allowed them to standout in the 21st century. Combining decades of optics know-how with an innate appreciation for photography, their digital offerings recreate the look and feel of film in a way unique among their peers, honoring the legacy of celluloid while taking full advantage of modern technology.
Now in its fourth generation, Fujifilm's beloved digital rangefinder gets even better with the X100F. Like its film-based predecessors, it's ideal for street photography thanks to a combination of compact size, discreet looks, and a speedy AF system. Its fixed lens is geared towards wide-angle shots but is equally adept at portraits, and is precisely paired with the sensor for maximum clarity. There are manual controls for all key functions, allowing for a tactile, deliberate shooting experience, but the onboard tech makes sure you can set it and forget it in more casual environments. Pair with a leather strap for maximum vintage appeal.
Sensor: APS-C 24.3-megapixel X-Trans / Image Processor: X-Processor Pro / Lens: 23mm f/2.0 (35mm equivalent) / Focus: Intelligent Hybrid 91-point AF / Burst: 8.0 fps / Viewfinder: Hybrid Viewfinder, 92% optical coverage, 100% digital coverage / Monitor: 3.0-inch, 1,040K-dot TFT / Video: 1080/60p / ISO: 200-12,800 (Native) / Body: Magnesium/Aluminum / Wireless: Built-in Wi-Fi
Width: 4.98" / Height: 2.94" / Depth: 2.06" / Weight: 16.5 oz.