Fuji X100F or the X-E3 + XF 23mm F2.0 WR?

In this video, Dave and Ev from the Camera Store TV tested the Fujifilm’s popular fixed lens camera, the X100F versus one of its best competitors, the X-E3 coupled with the compact XF 23mm F2.0 WR prime.

One of the major difference is that X100F has a fixed lens glued to the body, while X-E3 has the interchangeable lens feature. Both cameras have the same elegant retro rangefinder design and they sit on a similar price level (X100F is slightly more expensive).

The X100F has a built-in ND filter, the amazing hybrid viewfinder and the leaf shutter, but X-E3 is more compact, can be used with any Fujifilm X mount lenses, it has the same power as X100F for a better price and the used XF 23mm F2.0 lens, for this test, features weather sealing and a faster autofocus.

Not an easy choice for the street photographer! Click on the link to find out more.

 

Curated by Sebastian Boatca
sebastian@fujixpassion.com


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  • thandnow

    my decision came down to the fact that I knew that my lenses would have started to get dust if I was going to go for the x100f.
    In addition I can use the xe3 as a second body in case I will ever do wedding or time lapses while shooting milky way and similar