The Fujifilm X100 series has always been popular among photographers looking for a pure shooting experience, and the latest iteration is a powerful and nimble machine. This excellent video review takes a look at the X100V and how it performs in practice.
Coming to you from Benj Haisch, this great video review takes a look at the Fujifilm X100V. I spent a bit of time with the camera myself, and I was a big fan of it, as you can read here. I owned an X100S for several years, and I always had a soft spot for it. The X100 series cameras are very much photographers’ cameras, and I have to say I have never enjoyed shooting as much with another camera as I did with the X100S. In early iterations, they were a bit slower and the lens wasn’t the sharpest, particularly up close, but in newer models, sharpness has been vastly improved and the camera zips along; I was highly impressed by the X100V, particularly by the marked performance difference between it and the X100S I had owned before it. They are certainly fantastic and highly portable little cameras that are a ton of fun to shoot with; check out the video above for Haisch’s full thoughts.