19 Jan The new Fujifilm X100F is a speed demon of a camera

Source: Tech Radar

The original Fujifilm X100 was the original camera that launched the company’s mirrorless series and now we’re finally getting its latest iteration.

The Fujifilm X100F follows after the Fujifilm X100T with a higher-resolution 24.3MP X-Trans III CMOS APS-C sensor.

Another improvement users will find on this camera is the enhanced optical viewfinder, which has been now offers an additional 6x magnification in addition to the original 2.5x.

Fujifilm has also increased the electronic viewfinder’s frame rate has been to 60fps to help street shooters capture action in real time.

The autofocus system has also been dramatically upgraded with 91 autofocus points – up from the previous 49 – to help with shooting action.

Aesthetically, Fujifilm has also made some tweaks to the X100F control scheme including shuffling all the rear buttons to make more room for users to place their thumb. An AF joystick as seen on the Fujifilm X-T2 and X-Pro 2 has also been added.

For the fourth time in a row, Fujifilm has stuck to its guns with the Fujinon 23mm f2 lens, but it arguably still holds it own even after all these years. However, we’re most disappointed that this street shooting-focused camera still does not come with weather sealing.

The Fujifilm X100F will be available starting this February for $1,299 (about £1,060, AU$1,730) with black and silver color options.

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