Fujifilm X100V Key Features:
- 26MP X-Trans sensor
- Redesigned lens (still a 23mm F2 pancake, compatible with previous converters)
- Built-in 4-stop ND filter
- Tilting 1.62M-dot touchscreen LCD panel
- Updated 3.69M-dot OLED EVF, redesigned OVF optics
- Up to 4K/30p with Eterna film sim and F-Log internal capture (8-bit only)
- 2.5mm mic port, headphones through USB-C with adapter
- Weather-sealed, when filter adapter and filter are used
- Single SD card slot
- CIPA rated to 350 shots using the EVF, 420 using the OVF
Conclusion from DPReview:
The X100V is an engaging, well-built camera that produces beautiful images, has best-in-class video, excellent autofocus and optional weather-sealing. Meaningful updates like a tilting touchscreen, updated viewfinder and redesigned lens have us largely looking past its imperfections. Assuming you like the 35mm-equivalent focal length, it makes a strong case as a photographer’s carry-everywhere compact that’s good for all kinds of photography.
Street and documentary photography and videography, environmental portraiture, social snapshots, travel.
Not so good for
Vlogging, sports and action where longer focal lengths are required, high-res landscape photography.
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