Best for Portability: Fujifilm X100F
The digital camera market is flooded with point-and-shoot portable cameras, but the Fujifilm X100F stands above the rest even if its price tag is well above the category average. Even a cursory glance at the X100F frame tells you this isn’t an ordinary camera since it offers a fixed lens instead of a zoom. The f/2.0 lens pairs with a 24.3-megapixel, DSLR-sized APS-C sensor that takes outstanding images and can handle just about any kind of lighting. Beyond lighting, the new built-in ISO dial will help quickly adjust shutter speed settings on-the-fly without taking your eye off the image focus.
Another excellent addition is the hybrid viewfinder that provides both electronic and optical views to frame and capture the perfect shot. As for video, you can expect to shoot excellent Full HD fclips at six potential frame rates. Once images or video are captured, they’re easily reviewed on the three-inch (non-touchscreen) display that’s encased in a magnesium alloy design.