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Front cover of Fujifilm X100S book

Photographer’s Guide to the Fujifilm X100S


Photographer’s Guide to the Fujifilm X100S is about 400 pages long and includes more than 300 color images that illustrate the camera’s menus, controls, and display screens, and that provide examples of images that can be taken with the camera’s shooting modes and creative settings, including the Film Simulation and Advanced Filter menu options, among others. The book includes full descriptions of all menu options and other features of the camera, as well as descriptions of available accessories and many tips for getting excellent results using the camera’s options.


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If you want to get an idea of what the book is like, you can download the complete Table of Contents, check out the book’s Index, or read an excerpt from the book.

This book covers all operations and features of the camera with Firmware version 1.03 installed. In December 2013, Fujifilm released an update, to Firmware version 1.10. For information about the changes made by that update, please see this blog post at this site.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 418 pages
  • Publisher: White Knight Press (November 25, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1937986209
  • ISBN-13: 978-1937986209
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)

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    1. Alex White

      Hi — As of now, I don’t have plans for a book about the X100T, though it’s possible that could change. I am working on a book for the Panasonic Lumix LX100 right now, and after that I will evaluate to see what comes next. I would say the likelihood of an X100T guide is not that great, but I’ll post further information as things develop.

  8. Allen Rudolph

    I see on Amazon that they think you are producing a guide for the X100S/T due out in August. I just bought the Fuji X100T and took it on a trip and I know I have a lot to learn. First off are you working on the guide for the S and T? Second do you think the guide to the S would be helpful or just confuse me more.
    I really like the camera but there are a few problems I have with the camera. The biggest problem is that when I grab the camera and put it up to my eye the screen/viewfinder looks as though there is a rose colored filter on the lens. I figured out that somehow I am turing on the white balance adjustment and setting it to this rose color. It is annoying as heck and I have missed several shots because of it. I must be inadvertently hitting one of the many buttons on the back of the camera with a knuckle when I grip the camera. I would love to know how to turn it off quickly and also of course know which button or wheel I am hitting. That said do you think your guide to the X100S would cover that specific problem or should I wait for the guide to the X100T if it is coming. Thanks.

    1. Alex White

      Hello — As of now, I don’t have plans to do a book for the Fuji X100T. I have gotten backed up with other books that I need to do, and I’m afraid I won’t be able to squeeze in the X100T book. It’s hard to say whether the X100S book would be sufficiently helpful. I usually tell people in that situation to purchase the book about the older model, but get it from a place to which you can return it if it turns out not to be as helpful as you would like.

      As far as the white balance issue is concerned, I’m not sure, but possibly you might have the Quick Menu button assigned to white balance, and are pushing it accidentally. Or, you could be pressing the Down button, which presumably controls white balance on the X100T. If that’s the case, assuming the X100T works like the X100S, you could try pressing the Menu button for a few seconds to lock out the functioning of those buttons (along with other controls), to avoid inadvertent changes of settings.

  9. julie

    Please write an addendum for the X100T! I just bought your book since there wasn’t another guide and even though I’ve had my camera for almost a year, I still am finding it really helpful. Now that the F model is out, perhaps do an addendum for both cameras? Please? 😉

    1. Alex White

      I appreciate the suggestion; it is very helpful to hear what books would be useful to readers. I don’t expect to do a new book for the X100T, because there are other books I need to work on and I just don’t have the time to get to them all. I can’t just do an addendum; I would have to purchase the camera and any accessories and spend weeks learning about it, so it’s not really practical to do an addendum. I took a quick look at and saw that there now are some guides available for the X100T. I don’t know how good any of them are, but maybe you can find one of them that gives you some insights.

      — Alex

      1. julie

        I understand, I was half joking. Unfortunately the other guides did not get good reviews. But perhaps you would consider doing one for the X100F since that has just been released. Apparently it is more similar to the X100T than the X100S, so that could potentially cover both models! Appreciate you responding to my comment.


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