Nearly identical in appearance to its predecessor, the new Fujifilm X100T Digital Camera even shares the same 16.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II image sensor found on last year’s Fujifilm X100S model. However, much of the similarities end there. In fact, the Fujifilm X100T features something quite rare - the world’s first hybrid viewfinder with an electronic viewfinder. This allows the end user to accurately focus on the subject. But because there is a series of electronic overlay built within, user will receive real-time information and even enlarge certain focus area before taking the shot. Like the viewfinder, the same “old meets new” design is seen throughout the camera body, where traditional dials and knobs control exposure compensation, shutter speed and view mode. Thanks to the popularity of film-like filters, Fujifilm also added different “film simulation” options to mimic traditional films. Compatible with TCL-X100 and WCL-X100 lens, the Fujifilm X100T comes in silver or black. Both goes on sale in mid-November with a MSRP of $1299.95 USD.
16.3-Megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II Image Sensor
EXR Processor II Image Processor
World’s First Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder with an Electronic Rangefinder
3-inch LCD Display with 1,004,000 Dots Resolution
Wi-Fi Wireless Connectivity
Compatible with TCL-X100 and WCL-X100 Lenses