Fujifilm (X100 mini-site) has announced the new Fujifilm FinePix X100 – with 12.3 Megapixel APS-C (DSLR size) CMOS sensor – 23mm f2.0 lens (35mm equivalent) – and hybrid electronic and optical viewfinder, it features metal dials, lens aperture ring, magnesium alloy body, leather like finish, 10cm macro, RAW mode, EXR processor, manual shutter and aperture controls, it should be available early 2011.
The electronic viewfinder has 1.44 million pixels, and you can switch between the optical and electronic viewfinder. DPReview has more details.

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2 Responses to Fujifilm FinePix X100 Development Announced

  1. Gary says:

    So long as they dont put the price way up in the clouds this is one of few recent digi cams that I would think of buying…. decent controls, optical viewfinder – looks a camera for photographers..
    Now if it came with a mount so you caould change the lens then I would jump all over it !

    So go get one and review it soon….!

  2. Nowhere Man says:

    Article reads: “- 23mm f2.0 lens (35mm equivalent)”. I believe this can be misinterpreted as being a 23mm lens in the 35mm equivalent. It is, however, to be understood as a 23×1.5 (crop factor of APS-C sensor) = 35mm (in 135 film format) lens!

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