19 Jan Fujifilm X100F Release Date & Specifications
Fujifilm X100F Release Date & Specification
Today, Fujifilm have confirmed that they will be releasing the Fujifilm X100F which will replace the X100T.
Fujifilm’s X100 series was first launched in 2011, featured an APS-C sensor, high performance Fujinon lens and was the world’s first hybrid Viewfinder that could be switched between an optical and electronic viewfinder. This was replaced in 2013 with the X100S with an updated sensor and then updated again in 2014 with the X100T which featured Fujifilm’s renowned X-Trans II sensor, faster focusing and the world’s first electronic rangefinder.
The X100F will be available from 16th February 2017
X100F New Features?
The X100F will maintain its Fujinon 23mm lens but has had a sensor upgrade taking it from 16.3 MP to 24.3 MP X-Trans CMOS III. The updated sensor means the X100F has a 1.5 higher pixel count over the previous X100T but controls noise a lot better.
The X100F doesn’t have a low pass filter which gives it more performance over its previous models. The X100F will have the latest X-Processor Pro high-speed image processing engine which will give it the colour reproduction and graduation tones for both stills and video. Because the X100F has Fujifilm’s X-Trans CMOS III sensor, the camera can operate at higher ISO with lower noise. The camera can operate at ISO12800 as standard whereas this was only available as an extended ISO setting.
Like the X100T, the X100F will continue to have film simulation modes with the addition of ACROS mode and the X100F will also be able to simulate grain which can be applied as Strong or Weak. Grain can be combined with any of the film simulation modes.
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