Fuji X-A1 vs X-E2 vs X-T100

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  1. Derrel

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    I have edited my post to reflect that BOTH have OIS!


     
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    After circling the drain on this for most of yesterday, I did end up buying something. I ordered a Fuji XF10. I went around and around on this with the different options and none of the others were different enough from the XT2 to make them necessary. Not significantly smaller or easier to use. I wanted something small and didn't want to spend the money for the x100f. I almost bought a used XF70... In the end, size mattered! I don't like to use my phone for photos as it kills the battery and this will give me a very take-along friendly option for hiking, in my purse, candids when out with friends, travel etc. My mom borrowed and broke my little Sony Cybershot so this will be the replacement. Very excited to check this out. I got the hipster champagne and "leather" edition.
     
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    we have the xf1 and love it
     
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    Both have a 23/2 fixed lens=35mm equivalent.
     
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    pixmedic The Mustached Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I sit corrected...
    Either way, both are fixed lenses so....rubbish

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    After 3 Fuji cameras and a deepening Fujinon addiction, I stepped sideways and got a Ricoh GR II--tiny 16mp APS-C powerhouse with a sharp 28mm equivalent fixed lens. Deeply discounted now after the 24mp GR III landed recently.
     
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    pixmedic The Mustached Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Know the feeling. Have 4 fuji cameras now

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    The Fuji XF1 is a fantastic little camera, loved mine until the stupid lens control error started so mine went back for a refund.
     
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    That Ricoh has a huge following I found out while I was researching. How do the colors on the jpegs compare with Fuji - the Fuji colors are the big draw for me, that and not needing to process raw files most of the time.
     
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    I treated my self to the Ricoh GRII the other week, and I love it too as imo it is a cracking little camera. I`m going to London in July for a Fuji Meet up with some lads from a forum I use and the GRII will be in my pocket.
     
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    @SquarePeg this is for me only. I have always loved the Fuji colours and have never had a camera that comes close to them either. This little cracker GRII is also a great camera, I like all the settings and the colours it puts out, but for me the colours are very good indeed but not as great as my 3 Fuji`s.
     
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    Infatuated with Fuji color too but truthfully use the Ricoh almost totally for b&w processed with Nik plug-ins. Its RAW output is in DNG format which I'll toy with before using the plug-ins. The jpgs are more than acceptable. Think B&H is selling them for around $550--a steal IMHO.

    If you get one be prepared to store it in a Pelican 1020 case. Its "pocketability" is a bit oversold since dust and lint can eventually land on the sensor. No problems carrying it on a strap but mine lives in the Pelican in my bag when not in service.
     

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