New Fujifilm X100F specs and details leaked

The X100 series will gain another member soon. New Fujifilm X100F specs and details has been leaked on the web.

We are really getting closer to the replacement for the X100T compact camera. It will be the X00F model where the “F” designation in the name is speculating to be the fourth model in the series. The Japanese company is said to announce this digital camera at Photokina 2016 in September. Unfortunately it has been delayed because of the Kumamoto earthquake in Japan.

The premium compact camera will have an APS-C-sized image sensor. As you know both the X100S and X100T have used a 16.3-megapixel APS-C-sized sensor. Now the rumor mill claims that the X00F specs will include the 24.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor found on the X-Pro2 and X-T2 mirrorless cameras.

More Fujifilm X100F specs surfaced on the web

The current Fujifilm X100 line consists of three models. The X100X100S and X100T features the same Fujinon 23mm F2 fixed lens.

It will also have a built-in shutter and ISO dial. Furthermore, the device will be powered by an NP-W126s battery. As expected no 4K video recording feature at the moment. We think that this is also not important for Fuji fans, as this camera primarily aimed at street photography enthuasists. More X100F specs can be found below.

New Fujifilm X100F specs and details leaked

Rumored Fujifilm X100F specs

  • 24MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor (same as X-PRO2 and X-T2)
  • X-Processor Pro
  • A control ring like on X70
  • An integrated button on OVF/EVF Lever
  • The same body design like X100T
  • Same 23mm f/2 lens
  • Battery remains the same
  • Integrated shutter/ISO dial
  • Joysitck
  • Front grip dial
  • No Tilt screen
  • No 4K video recording

From rumored X100F specs we can say that it will be a small version of the X-Pro2. The new X100-series model to be announced in February at the CP+ 2017 show. Stay tuned with us for more informtion.

via PR

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