Discussion in 'Mirrorless Cameras' started by pixmedic, Apr 16, 2019.
@SquarePeg a few shots for comparison.
Oh boy! I do love my XC 50-230 for it's smallness and lightness... Now I am down the rabbit hole and looking at X100t, xf10, xt20.... I do prefer a viewfinder since I don't like to wear my glasses when I'm out walking/hiking. .. Xt20 is lighter and smaller than Xt100? Ugh! I have to get back to work, lol.
the X-T20 is indeed smaller and lighter, measuring 118.4x82.8x41.4mm and weighing 383g, including battery and card. The X-T100 is 121x83x 47.4mm and 448g including battery and card.
not much of a difference, but a difference none the less.
the x-t20 also uses the x-trans III sensor and the x-t100 uses a regular cmos sensor.
I have fujis with both an x-trans AND cmos sensor and i honestly cant tell the difference between the two after editing...(both are 16mp)
I loved my little X-T20 and do miss it, but if I was to get another Fuji it would be the X-T30.
my decision was mostly budget related. and definitely a want, not a need....I just wanted a 24mp camera again.
i was originally looking at the x-a5 but was pointed to the x-t100 and x-t20 as an alternative.
i got a super sweet deal on a brand new x-t100 with kit lens, so thats what i got. no regrets though.
Now looking at x100t vs x100f - is the only big difference the mp's? Sorry - will make my own thread so as not to hijack any longer but am blaming you for the GAS.
the x-100t is a fixed lens camera, 16mp with a 35mm f2 lens.
the x-100f has a 24mp sensor with a fixed 23mm f2 lens.
X100F is bigger and heavier.
Fuji-love-fest in progress^^^^^...
REALLY surprising to see the size difference between the two lenses.
The XC lenses are the “ cheap” line. They’re super lightweight and small because they’re plastic not metal housing. If you’re not rough on your gear they are a real bargain.
The smaller variable max. aperture helps a lot too...look at the size of the XC15-45mm f/3.5~5.6's front element, compared to the larger f/2.8~4 18-55mm lens..much smaller...52mm filter versus 58mm. Having options is a good thing!
I think they both have OIS but yes otherwise you are correct.
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