Fujifilm X100 Manual — PDF Download Available Now

First published on: Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Fuji X100 Manual

The English Language Fujifilm FinePix X100 user manual / operating instructions (FujiFilm calls it the “FujiFilm FinePix X100 Series Digital Camera Owner’s Manual”) is now online and available for download at FujiFilmUSA.com (tap or right-click to view or save the user guide to your device).

If the download link didn’t work for you, go to the Support & Contact Center page for the X100 and manually locate the file FINEPIX_X100_Owner_s_Manual.pdf.

Unlike with Nikon, Fuji allows you to freely print the X100 owner’s handbook without building in any password protection into the PDF.

The file size of 140-page Fuji X100 Adobe Acrobat PDF document is 3.2 MB (megabytes).

The guide discusses the features of the FinePix X100 and how to use the camera.

It also describes the use of, and camera settings for several optional accessories. Some examples are:

Pages 27 to 30: Proper insertion, use and removal of SD, SDHC or the latest SDXC memory cards.

Page 44: The Fuji X100 has no provision for shutter release via electronic remote control units. For long-time or BULB exposures, purchase a traditional mechanical-type remote release cable with screw lock from third-parties.
Fuji X100 Remote -- Use a mechanical shutter release cable with screw lock

Popular options include Nikon AR-3 Threaded Cable Release, Adorama Professional Cable Release, Adorama 10” Standard Cable Release, Adorama 20” Professional Cable Release, Adorama 40” Standard Cable Release and Tundra 12” 94CR12 Metal Cable Release Metal.

Page 103: You’ll need a cable with a HDMI Mini connector on the end that connects to the X100 in order to view high-quality movies and photos from the camera on HDTV sets. Based on my understanding of the manual, you will not be able to view photos on non-HDMI capable TV sets as there is no mention of compatibility with the Fuji AV-C1 A/V USB cable.

Pages 115, 116: Several optional FUJIFILM-branded accessories are listed here, namely, lens hood LH-X100 which comes with an adapter ring AR-X100 (which in turn is required for attaching 49mm filters), shoe mount flash units EF-20 and EF-42.


Fujifilm X100 — Main page

Photography Tips

blog comments powered by Disqus