After introducing two new lenses before the very start of Photokina, Fujifilm does not stop there - a new Fuji X100T has been launched and it represents the brand new product of the evolution of Fujifilm X-Series compact cameras.
This model with a fixed Fujinon Super EBC 23mm f/2 lens comes combined with an advanced hybrid viewfinder, which can be optical and electronic (it can be selected via a dedicated switch), and which brings automatic brightness control. From its predecessor, the Fuji X100s, the X100T inherited the 16.2MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor and the EXR II processor, but it also exhibits a better and larger screen - a 3" LCD with 1,040,000 dots.
This Fuji prosumer offers a wide choice of film simulation modes, and thanks to the superb hybrid viewfinder, there is a new one among them - Classic Chrome - which brings muted tones and deep color reproduction for tremendous image quality.
The X100T also boasts a built-in Wi-Fi function, Full HD video at 60 fps, as well as manual focus during video recording.
The Fuji X100T will be offered in variants of silver-black and all black, and it will come onto the market in mid-November at a price of $1299.95.
The news was taken from FUJIFILM.