Fujifilm FinePix X100

Camera comes in many different designs but you can’t beat the classics, and there’s not many companies that wants to invest their money in classic designs as it has a tendency to limits the camera’s potential while increasing the costs of production. But the guys at Fujifilm really outdone themselves this time with their new camera the FinePix X100


Sensor • APS-C CMOS sensor
• 12.3 million pixels
Movie clips • 1280 x 720 pixels (HD)
• with stereo sound
Lens • Fujinon lens with Super EBC Coating
• F2-F16
• Focal length : 23mm (35mm equivalent)
• 9-bladed aperture diaphragm
• 10 cm minimum focus
• Built-in 3 stop ND filter
Focus • High-speed contrast AF
ISO sensitivity • ISO 200
• ISO 400
• ISO 800
• ISO 1600
• ISO 3200
• ISO 6400
(ISO 100 – 12800 in expandable mode)
Shutter speed • 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec
Exposure Modes • Programmed AE
• Aperture Priority
• Shutter-Priority
• Manual
Continuous shooting 5 fps
Optical Viewfinder 0.5X magnification with approx. 90% frame coverage
Electronic Viewfinder Ultrafine 1,440,000-dot LCD
LCD monitor • 2.8-inch
• approx. 460,0000 dots
Storage SD / SDHC / SDXC memory card
Power TBC
Weight TBC
Dimensions 127(W) × 75(H) × 54(D) mm

But sadly this camera sells so good, production is overshadowed by the demands for it, at Bnd1,600 each, that’s a bargain when compared to Leica M8, it will however be awhile before you get to get your hands on one of these babies, with the earthquake and all.

If you are interested in the designs, there’s also

Lumix L1

and Leica M8

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