Photography News Issue 56

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Nikon D850 Howwe feel about this award- winning DSLR 10,000 frames later See page 32

First tests A veritable feast of top photo kit for your credit card to consider Page 36

Camera school Get creative and deliberately move the camera during an exposure Page 47

Fujifilm’s stylish ace The sleek X-T100 is Fujifilm’s latest addition to its range of popular X-series mirrorless cameras and comes at an attractive price

As far as camera naming goes, the general rule is that models with more numbers are more consumer focused and single- digit cameras are more pro-oriented. On that simple basis you know that the Fujifilm X-T100 is an entry-level X-series camera and that’s confirmed by its price; £619 with the new EC 15- 45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens. Its entry-level price, however, buys you an impressive features set and certainly looks a great option for would-be Fujifilm X-series owners, or existing users wanting a back-up camera body. The X-T100’s sleek, compact bodyform has an

ergonomic layout including three large mode dials on the top-plate and an innovative monitor.

The body houses an extensive collection of features that includes a 24.2-megapixel APS-C format sensor, a 91-point AF system with an algorithm designed for the flagship X-series cameras and Bluetooth connectivity. The sensor uses a conventional Bayer array – so it’s not an X-Trans model as found on more advanced cameras – with a native ISO range of 200 to 12,800 with expansion up to 51,200 possible. The Fujifilm X-T100 is available in store from late June.

Eastwood PSwins After an epic contest and final shoot-out, Glasgow’s Eastwood Photographic Society emerges triumphant in our Camera Club of the Year 2017-18. For the full story behind the final, see page 12.

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