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Front

Still very manual

More latitude

Ports

Changes in back

Too close for comfort

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

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Front

Still very manual

More latitude

Ports

Changes in back

Too close for comfort

The X100T retains all the manual controls of the X100S.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Stephen Shankland/CNET

Front

Still very manual

More latitude

Ports

Changes in back

Too close for comfort

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

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Front

Still very manual

More latitude

Ports

Changes in back

Too close for comfort

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

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Front

Still very manual

More latitude

Ports

Changes in back

Too close for comfort

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.

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Stephen Shankland/CNET

Front

Still very manual

More latitude

Ports

Changes in back

Too close for comfort

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

Published: / Caption: / Photo: Stephen Shankland/CNET
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