Fuji Announces the X-T100 Camera

Fuji Announces the X-T100 Camera

Fuji has added a new camera to the X Series lineup today with the introduction of the X-T100. Check out the details of the latest camera to join Fuji's lineup. 

The X-T100 comes in black, dark silver, and champagne gold and brings with it a number of features common to other X Series cameras:

  • 24-megapixel APS-C sensor
  • Autofocus system and algorithms taken from flagship X Series models
  • 91 AF points
  • 2,36-million-dot viewfinder with 0.62x magnification
  • 3-inch, 1.04-million-dot screen with three-way tilt
  • 11 film simulation modes
  • Continuous rate: 6 fps (up to 26 JPEGs)
  • ISO: 200-12,800 (expandable to 100-51,200)
  • 4K at 15 fps video recording (Full HD at 59.94 fps)
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1
  • Battery life: 430 frames
  • Weight: 1 lb (448 g)

Both the dark silver and champagne gold colors are new to the X Series lineup. The X-T100 will be available starting on June 18 for $599 for the body only or $699 for a kit that includes the Fujinon XC 15-45mm f/35.-5.6 OIS PZ lens.

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What would be the use of recording 15fps video?

same question

Capturing 4k stills from it.

Timelapse? That's about all I can think of.