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Fujifilm X100F camera to be announced in February

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The Fuji X100F camera is rumored to be announced in February, 2017. The company might unveil the X100F along with the X-T20 at the CP+ show in Japan.

It appears that multiple cameras are on their way in the near future. There is a strong chance that the both shooters will become official at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2017, a major event that begins in February.

Both cameras are also registered in China a while ago. The X100F will join the popular X100 series and the X-T20 will be the new the entry level X-series camera.

Fujifilm X100F and X-T20 rumors surface on the web before CP+ Show 2016

Fujifilm X100F camera to be announced in February

The Fuji X100F will be the replacement of the X100T and X-T20 will be the follow-up model of X-T10. We expect both cameras will feature the 24MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor found on the X-PRO2.

According to recent rumors posted on PhotoRumors, the X100F will keep the same 23mm f/2 lens and could also get the combo shutter/ISO dial and joystick from the X-Pro2 ($1,549). The source also claims that the camera will probably use the same battery as the X100T.

It is likely that both the X100F and X-T20 mirrorless cameras will be unveiled at the CP+ 2017 show, so make sure to keep an eye on Dailycameranews for more information!

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