FUJIFILM – FinePix X100 | Video

By - September 20th, 2010

The design of the latest FinePix X100 from Fujifilm takes a trip down the memory lane. Nostalgic lines and details will appeal to the film camera enthusiasts and at first glance, it is hard to believe that this is a digital camera. This model is scheduled to be released in early 2011, and it features the APS-C CMOS sensor, Fujinon 23mm fixed focal length lens and the newly developed Hybrid Viewfinder.

Recently, compact pro-sumer cameras have sprung up with the popularity of Micro Four Thirds camera leading the way. This model is also looking to attract the professional photographer and enthusiasts alike who want a compact solution that delivers high performance. Picture quality is given a priority and prime F2 Lens helps to capture exceptional photos.

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Paul Hames
Paul Hames

At last a normal looking fully functioning camera that goes back to the way cameras should have evolved and not the routes Canon & Nikon have gone. (G12, P7000) This is more like a leica rangefinder then anything Fuji have produced in the last 10 years. With its fixed 23mm F2 lens 12 plus MP and looks to kill - Can I have it in jet black all over... please?