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I have had a pre-production copy of the new Fuji X100T for a week and I have been putting it through the paces to find out how much this camera has evolved since the first X100 was introduced at Photokina in 2010.

It was the original X100 that started my love affair with Fuji cameras, and I haven’t looked back since selling my DSLR gear in favor of the Fuji X series for my small format cameras.

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I love Eggleston’s work and his use of color is so unique that it became his signature at times. There’s this “something” to this new film simulation.

It makes sense, though, since Eggleston shot Kodachrome most of the time, and this is called “Classic Chrome”; I’m kind of thinking that Kodachrome was the inspiration for this film. Whatever that “something” is I love it and I’m sold on it.

It is no longer the slow weird beast I fell in love with nearly four years ago.

The new X100T shows just how much Fuji has moved this camera forward.

The overall speed and responsiveness of the camera is faster and more fluid.

Walking the same path with the X100S shows how much in the middle that camera is in-between the X100 and the X100T.

Shooting my original X100 again and looking through those first menus and cursing at the OVF brought back tons of memories I’ve had with these X cameras.

I just wanted a nice compact camera to walk around with.

I’m heading to Europe this week and I’m not taking a big camera bag nor am I taking a laptop.

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