Fujifilm is set to release its new retro X-T100 camera, expanding the X-Series range of mirrorless digital cameras.
The X-T100 offers a high magnification electronic viewfinder, a horizontal tilting rear LCD screen, and an extended battery life of up to 430 frames.
The camera has a 24.2MP APS-C size sensor. The camera is also equipped with a phase detection autofocus system, a newly developed autofocus algorithm which Fujifilm says offers faster and more precise focusing.
Fujifilm says the X-T100 features phase detection pixels and a newly developed algorithm, originally developed for the flagship X Series models. The Intelligent Hybrid AF system offers a fast and precise autofocus to help capture beautiful photographic moments instantly. The evolved SR+ Auto Mode now also combines subject and scene recognition.
This camera has Bluetooth installed making it easy to download photos onto a user’s smartphone. This can be done through the Fujifilm Camera Remote app.
Alex Zitser, national product and marketing manager – electronic imaging at Fujifilm says the X-T100 will appeal to a wide range of enthusiasts at any stage of their photographic journey.
“The camera offers an extensive range of features designed to boost freedom in photographic expression, making it the perfect companion for a broad range of shooting opportunities,” Mr Zitser said.
The X-T100 comes with the newly released FUJINON XC15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ small and light electronic zoom lens. The camera is available in three colours, black, dark silver and champagne gold.
The kit will be available in late June 2018 and priced at $1049.