Using Fujifilm X100 for Landscape Photography

The Fujifilm X100 is truly a wonder, a small size camera offering a DSLR sensor size inside. I am amazed that I’m able to carry a couple of filters such as ND and polariser in my pocket along with an extra battery. Sometimes you wish to be prepare but at the same time free not to lugg along a big camera with a couple of heavy lens. I am saying all this as I am planning my trip to Brazil. My initial finding is that the camera and lens is well up to the task of making a decent quality landscape image.

The images below were taken on a tripod using some glass filters, circularised polariser and a ND filter to still and to bring out the reflections in the water.

Fujifilm X100 on a tripod at Attersee, Austria
Salzkammergut Mondsee
Salzkammergut Mondsee


This one taken at the Attersee in the Salzkammergut

Salzkammergut Attersee


An ideal of size and looking through the viewfinder

Here you can the size of the X100 in the hand. Furthermore looking through the viewfinder in both optical and digital.

X100 in hand
Optical Viewfinder with LCD overlay
Digital Viewfinder




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