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  1. Volker Kindermann
    July 3, 2017 @ 7:18 pm

    Some times ago I avoided such reviews of the X100f. Because I owned a X100t and wouldn’t be seduced to the “F”. But after selling the X100t and waiting two weeks until a “F” was available I can now savely read this and enjoy your experiences. I didn’t thougt that I would miss a camera in these 2 weeks (have 2 X-T2’s additionally). But it was true. Now I’m going to Verona these days and the X100f will be the only camera I will take with me. I’m looking forward to this experience.
    And yes, I would be interested in your mobile workflow. 😉


    • David Thompson
      July 23, 2017 @ 6:45 pm

      Same as Volker would love to hear about mobile workflow. I’m currently using iPad Pro and LR mobile but would be great to get some input. Best wishes…..


  2. Ed Post
    July 3, 2017 @ 7:40 pm

    Great review, finally one with a view on practice instead of technics. I did owned a x100t but traded it for a X-pro2, mainly for the portraits I make with the legendary 56/1.2. Most of the travels I did I just took the small x100t with me. Especially in Egypt it is great to have such a camera. People their don’t like to be photographed. Now I take the pro-2 with just the trio 23, 35 and the 56 with me in a small bag, mainly with the 23 on for street shoots.


  3. David Thompson
    July 23, 2017 @ 6:43 pm

    Oh dear, I have just read this and as a x100F user I think I need to upgrade. Great article and photos.


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