As a follow up from my original post with the X100T Ive decided to do a bit of a catch up and go over some of the points which I've noticed while using this camera.
So far I've shot over 12,000 frames with the X100T so it's got a fair bit of use and I'm now much more comforatbale with using it.
Fujifilm Repair Centre
With the X100T I've had good experience with the Fujifilm Repair Centre, of course I would rather of not had to send this camera off [3 Times now] but my repair experience has been great. Upon starting a case a box to send the camera in arrives within a few days, you then post it off and each time the camera has been back within 2-3 days at the most.
My problems have been random powering off of the camera, especially when changing the battery out, so far the battery contacts have been changed and the top plate has been replaced.
This is of course all free if your within your warrantee so make sure you keep your receipts.
Also you get back a nice clean camera.
For the most part I'm using the X100T at weddings, it really comes into it's own when you want a small, quiet option, and is my starting camera for bridal prep shots or when I'm trying to make myself look a bit less obvious.
The Fuji 16mm 1.4 lens has somewhat stolen the thunder from the X100T as that has quickly become my go to lens for a large part of the wedding day, but the X100T still has a place in my bag, and as soon as the summer weddings hit, it's coming back.
On the X100F and upgrading
At the time of writing this, the X100F has just been announced and pre-orders are up, at £1250 it's not going to be on the pre-order list for me, despite it looking quite incredible in terms of upgrades.
I'll most likely wait till it is sub £1000 then sell the X100T and the 23mm 2.4 lens and fund it that way, if at all, after all the X100T is still an incredible camera and as long as it doesn't have to get sent back for any more repairs will be happy to hold onto it.
I hope you have enjoyed this catch up blog. All images here are shot with the X100T [in RAW] and edited in Lightroom with a modified VSCO preset.