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Front

The front of the X100T is identical to the X100S, except now there's a "T" instead of an "S".

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Still very manual

The X100T retains all the manual controls of the X100S.

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More latitude

The X100T now supports +/- 3 stops of exposure compensation, compared to the +/- 2 stops on the X100S.

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Ports

The X100T has the same ports, USB, Micro-USB and a mic input.

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Changes in back

Although the control changes aren't as dramatic on the X100T as on the X30, they are welcome. Fujifilm dropped the cheap-feeling dial on the navigation buttons, and moved the AE-lock button to a more comfortable position, leaving the buttons on the left for less frequently needed operations.

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Too close for comfort

The tripod mount on the X100T is still uncomfortably close to the card/battery hatch.

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