Both Fujifilm's X-T1 mirrorless and X100 compact cameras were widely lauded, so how could the company improve them without messing up a good thing? We'll talk about the X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition shortly, but in the case of the new X100T, Fujifilm's answer was to address its lone Achilles' heel: the viewfinder. The basics of the camera, like the 16.3-megapixel X-Trans II APS-C sized sensor and fixed 23mm f/2.0 lens remain the same as last year's X100S. Though the lack of a zoom might dissuade some, that lens delivers high-quality images and worked well with the original optical viewfinder (OVF). Though purists love OVFs, they bring certain problems -- namely, parallax issues on close-up shots and problems checking focus. Fujifilm has now addressed those problems with something we've not seen on any other camera: a hybrid viewfinder.