After hearing the leaks and rumors of the Fujifilm X-T100 for a while now, it looks like the camera has been made official as promised. Given that some of the leaks were actually directly from Fujifilm who posted the information earlier than expected, it's not surprising that it lines up with what we're seeing in the press release.
For those who are learning about the X-T100 for the first time, this is Fujifilm's latest mirrorless camera. However it is aimed at photographers who don't want or need to spend the money on the flagship X-T2 or X-Pro2, but who also want something a bit better performing compared to the entry-level X-A5.
We’re talking about a camera which features a 24.2MP CMOS APS-C sensor, 6fps shooting for up to 26 frames, an OLED EVF, Full HD video recording at 60fps, 4K video recording at a somewhat passable 15fps, a tilting LCD display, and as you can see from the camera’s design, external controls similar to some of Fujifilm’s other offerings.
This means that photographers will be able to access certain controls directly from the camera itself instead of diving through the menus. As for pricing, the X-T100 will be priced at $600 for the body-only, or $700 if you want to add a XC15-45 f/3.5-5.6 kit lens. It will be available for purchase come 18th of June.
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