I finally managed to get a shoot sorted to give my new FujiFilm X100T a good full test run. I was shooting in a house, with Mel the model for the day, and had decided to use as much available light as possible. Luckily, for Greater Manchester, it wasn't such a dull day, and the light from the windows gave me plenty to work with without the camera needing to reach the pre-set ceiling of ISO 3200, although having used it at that before, it's still more than capable of producing quality images.
i found the camera beautiful to use, intuitive to control, and despite my want for a camera with a proper optical viewfinder, I used the electronic viewfinder for the majority of the shoot.
Another great feature of the X100T was the wifi, meaning whilst on the train back to the city centre, I could review my images from the camera on my iPad (or iPhone) and was even able to post one online - mainly just done as a test to use the wifi.
I've posted a few of be images below (NSFW!), but overall, I was very pleased with the results from the camera, and looking forward to my next shoot, possibly next weekend.