As I keep wondering about how much I can do with the Fujifilm X100F, I keep trying to crop-zoom with it and compare it to what I can do with the Olympus E-M1 Mark II and the 14-150mm lens. The first image was made with the Olympus at an effective 300mm focal length and the second was made with the Fujifilm at an effective 35mm focal length and cropped.
I have found that I can utilize the X100F for a lot of my photography as long as I can get close enough. It was raining when I made these images through my window and I couldn’t get close. I probably could get by without my micro 4/3 longer zoom lens as long as I approached things differently. I just need to get closer and/or concentrate on environmental images with more details of the surroundings. Plus, I prefer the X100F for many reasons, so I plan to use it as much as possible to make images like the following.