Jim Broadbent

100 Photos captured with the Fujifilm X100 Series Camera

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I have been using a Fujifilm X100 series cameras since May 2011 and I thought it might be worth looking back at my journey with this brilliant mirrorless-camera range from the Fujifilm X100 through to the X100S and the X100T and most recently my hands on experience with the X100F.

The move from DSLR over to the Fujifilm X100 for stills, involved a bit of a learning curve, it took time to familiarise myself with the quirky X100 but I was hooked, I loved it and I firmly believe the process of using the X100 helped me develop as a photographer. Check out the new guide on ‘Understanding Depth of Field‘ or how to shoot Long Exposure with the X100.

Within a few months Fujifilm released a series of firmware upgrades and the X100 was getting better and better. The release of the X100S brought a massive performance boost and two generations later the X100T has matured into a powerful little image maker that can literally go anywhere and everywhere. The X100 series has gained a permanent place on my gear list and I currently take the X100T camera everywhere with my little Pixi tripod and Lee filter kit.

This post demonstrates the versatility of the X100 series, it offers the ultimate in portability that makes it perfect for documentary photography; the X100,X100S,X100T, X100F is capable of capturing stunning images from landscapes through to high definition portraits. Getting the most out of the X100 series. Also check out the range of Lightroom presets designed for the X series cameras here.

The following X100, X100S, X100T, X100F and X100V images cover the last decade. There are some additional X100 – X100V links at the end of the post.

Fujifilm Finepix X100

Release date : September 2010. 

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Fujifilm X100S

Release date January 2013 with Fujifilm dropping the FinePix from the model name. 

Fujifilm X100S Related Posts

Hands on with the Fujifilm X100S
Fujifilm X100S One Year on Review
Snow Covered Mournes
When the Tide Goes Out
Back Stage with the Fujifilm X100S
Castlerock Long Exposure Photography with the Fujifilm X100S

What is Bokeh

The Fujifilm X100T

Release September 2014. 

Fujifilm X100T Related Posts

Fujifilm X100T Review

The Fujifilm X100F

Released January 2017. Check out the full release X100F release video here. 

Fujifilm X100F Related Posts

Fujifilm X100F Hands On
Belfast with the X100F
Running in the Mournes with the X100F
A Walk in the Forest with the X100F

Fujifilm X100V

Release date : February 2020. 

X100, X100S, X100T, X100F and X100V Related Accessories

Lee Seven5 Filter System
Fujifilm Leather Case.
Understanding Depth of Field

David

David is a documentary and landscape photographer covering everything from dramatic long exposure landscape photography through to live music. David is a former Official Fujifilm X Photographer.

6 Comments

  1. Hi, David, thank you for the “timeline” trip down memory lane. Quite a few old friends among the delightful pix. Best Wishes for the coming year, Steve

  2. These photos are amazing… I however have a fondness for #1 as you can see in my photo below it was one of my first photos with the x100 as well. It was the camera that got me to swap into the Fuji system, still working to get my hands on another one soon. Great photos and enjoy your travels!

  3. 5.The Brilliant Jim Broadbent – How were you able to get this photo so shiny? 47 might have it as well. The other b/w don’t.
    Thanks in advance.

  4. I don’t know, I just captured Jim as I saw him following a conversation, he was relaxed, a gentleman and that’s what I aimed to capture rather than what I saw.

  5. These incredible photographs are truly….art. I just bought myself a Fujifilm X100s as a 40th birthday present to myself, and I’m so glad I did.

  6. Came here looking for reasons to get a X100T used, and found 100 of them. Great images.

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