Fujifilm continues to propel its coveted X100 franchise to new heights. The Japanese imaging imprint is now ushering in its latest gizmo, entitled the X100F (F for fourth). In short, this tiny shooter stays true to the ubiquitous retro-rangefinder design with slight twists in its design cues.
Fitted with a 24.2-million pixel X-Trans III CMOS sensor and X-Processor Pro, the two aforesaid attributes make for a powerful alliance that will ensure impressive image quality. One of the most notable changes is that the shutter speed dial can now be hoisted and then swiveled to set your desired ISO. However, if you find that feature unsuitable, you can easily modify the camera to let the new electronic control knob set the ISO for you. Not to mention, a newfangled toggle is now situated inside the viewfinder display to offer super clutch transitioning for white balance and other tonality settings.
What’s more, the device’s LCD screen has been positioned more towards the left to make way for an added joystick — shutterbugs can now easily shift across the overwhelming 91 autofocus points. All in all, the X100F is a beast for ergonomists and definitely a must-grab for any X100 devotee.
Feast your eyes on the X100F above and expect an official rollout March 1 at select retailers for approximately $1,300 USD.