The Fujifilm X100 line is a favorite of many photographers, and today, the company has announced the X100V, the fifth iteration. It comes with some significant upgrades over the X100F; check out what the camera has in store!
I’ve always loved the X100 line; I owned an X100S for several years, and it was probably the most fun (particularly the unique viewfinder) I’ve had with a camera. Over time, the X100 has gone from quirky but capable camera to quite the portable powerhouse. Check out the specs of the new X100V:
- Enhanced grip, ISO dial, and lens barrel
- Optional weather resistance with AR-X100 adapter ring and PRF-49 protection filter
- New two-way tilting touchscreen (1.62 million dots)
- Newly designed 23mm f/2 lens (35mm equivalent)
- 26.1-megapixel X-Trans 4 sensor with back-illuminated design for increased dynamic range
- Four-stop internal ND filter
- Hybrid viewfinder offering .52x OVF or 3.69-million-dot OLED EVF
- 95% coverage OVF with parallax-correcting frame lines and electronic rangefinder function
- 4K video at 30 fps and 1080p video at 120 fps
- Weight: 16.9 oz (478 g) including battery and SD card
Altogether, the X100V looks like a worthy fifth installment in the X100 series. What do you think of it?