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Date: 13/04/2016 | By: Heather

Fujifilm X70 vs. X100T – The premium Fuji compacts

fuji x70 vs x100t

Fujifilm X70 vs. X100T – The premium Fuji compacts

The Fujifilm X70 and X100T are similar in more ways than one. They are both classified as high-end compact cameras. They both feature the same 16MP X-Trans II sensor. And they both come with a fixed prime lens, albeit with different fields of view.

fuji x70 vs x100t

In our latest comparison video, we take a look at the five main similarities and differences between the two cameras to help you come to a decision about which model is right for you.

We’ve also summarised the main reasons you might want to choose one model over the other below:

Choose the Fujifilm X70 if:

– you prefer the 28mm field of view

– you require a very compact body

– you like the idea of having a tilting touchscreen

– you’re on a budget

Choose the Fujifilm X100T if:

– you prefer the 35mm field of view

– you feel the need for a viewfinder

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About the author: Heather Broster

Heather Broster was born in Canada, has lived in Japan and Italy but currently calls Wales home. She is a full-time gear tester at MirrorLessons. You can follow her on Google+, Twitter or Facebook!

  • mootrail

    Nice review as always. FYI, JJC now has an X70 lens hood copy, For anyone using the JJC X100 II version; it will vignette and I’d guess that’s ditto for the slotted version as well.

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