Fujifilm X100 Camera production restarts following Japan Crisis Delay

By Chris Cook - Mar 30, 2011

You may recall us bringing you news of the Fujifilm X100 previously. The popular retro style 12.3mp camera was found it wasn’t sitting on store shelves for very long despite its $1,200 price tag. It was so popular that there were shortages.

These initial shortages were later reported to be resolved come the end of March however these shortages were made worse when the Japan crisis forced the company to cease production. Now the company has announced it is to begin production again.

The news comes from an article at Electronista which explains the X100 is expected to hit the store shelves again in the next week or so.

The product itself is a compact digital camera with a 23mm fixed lens, a 2.8” LCD display and 20MB of storage with support for additional storage from SD cards.

For more information check out the full article at Electronista where you will find more details about the camera’s specs. What do you think of the camera? Were you one of the people affected by delays? Let us know in the comments below.

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