The Fujifilm X100s replacement, called X100T is now rumored to be announced on September 10. According to sources, the compact camera will feature a 16-megapixel sensor instead of a 24-megapixel version.
The Photokina show may also bring XF 120-400mm lens announcement along with the possible X-T1 firmware update. Stay tuned!
Fujifilm X100T To Be Announced on September 10
The Fujifilm X100T specs list include a 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans image sensor and an electronic viewfinder instead of a hybrid version. Additionally, a new lens will be added into the camera. The focal length is expected to be 23mm but the aperture value is unknown at the moment.
The X100T is rumored to autofocus very quickly and sport a tilting screen on the back. The digital camera will offer a 0.67x magnification rate and a 27-degree field-of-view, which is bigger than the one of the X-E2.