FUJIFILM has recently unveiled a new digital camera, this is the FinePix X100 and is the World’s first hybrid viewfinder, this should appeal to both professional photographers and camera fans.
This camera features a 12.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, a 23mm high-performance Fujinon lens, Fujifilm’s EXR image processor, a 2.8-inch LCD, a sensitivity range of ISO200 to ISO6400 (100 to 12800 with boost), 20MB of internal storage and support for SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards you can see full specs by checking out DPReview’s fully detailed article.
This camera takes stills at a maximum size of 4288 x 2848 (3:2) and 4288 x 2416 (16:9), you can record video at 720p (@ 24fps) and audio is captured in stereo, also there is high-speed contrast detection auto focus and from one charge you should be able to take upto 300 frames.
The camera weighs 405 grams and measures in at 125.5mm x 74.4mm x 53.9mm, below we have embedded a photo of the camera, you can see the back of the X100 here.
Currently pricing and a release date is unknown, however we can confirm what accessories you get as standard and which are optional. In the retail packaging you get the camera, a battery, charger, manual, CD-ROM, lens cap, protective cover, USB cable, shoulder strap a metal strap clip and clip attaching tool. As for optional accessories you can get a leather case (seen here), an additional battery and charger, a lens hood, adapter ring and shoe mount flash.
If you want to see FUJIFILM’s full press release check out this link, will you buy the Fujifilm FinePix X100?
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