23rd February 2017:  UPDATE:

The answer is:

Image A:  X100T
Image B:  X100S
Image C:  X100
Imaged D: X100F

Congratulations to Kit Bonney – who was the randomly selected winner.  Kit, please contact me at your convenience.

A while back, when the X100T was released, I asked if people could tell the difference between the cameras based on a single image.

It was a bit of fun, and the randomly drawn winner got a signed copy of my X100S Book.

I’m going to run the same competition, this time, you have a new camera, the Fujifilm X100F (review) to add to the mix.

I’m going to make the prize a little more interesting:

On the 23rd February, I’ll select a random person from the comments who has the correct order.

 

If they are based in the UK, they will get a free place on any of my UK or European Street Photography Workshops (travel not included). If they are outside of the UK, they will receive a free copy of the X100S Book.

Here are the images,  all shot at 1/30th, F3.2 / 200 ISO with no in-camera settings applied.  White Balance set to Shade.  All images are SOOC JPEGS using the Standard film simulation.

Leave your answer in the comments below.

Good luck.

A Image A (above)

B Image B (above)

C

Image C (above)

D Image D (above)

Preorder the Fujifilm X100F

If you want to pre-order the X100F in the UK, you can do so via Warehouse Express.  You might also be interested in the Tele Conversion Lens or the Wide Conversion Lens.

Additionally, my friends at Castle Cameras are offering a Fuji X100F preorder service too.

And finally….

I currently have three available workshops myself.

I am running a Wedding Photojournalism Workshop in London next month.

The Street workshop in London on the 3rd March has now sold out.  I’ve added another date, the 31st March: Street Photography Workshop in London

I’m also running two photography workshops in Lausanne, Switzerland in conjunction with Fujifilm Switzerland in May.

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