Fujifilm X100F Rumored To Keep Its 23mm Lens
Fujifilm X100F will be the name of the X100T successor camera. The rumor mill is claiming that the fourth model in the lienup will feature the same 23mm fixed-lens.
The good news is the the fixed lens will be joined by the same image sensor that will be introduced in the X-Pro2 model. It will be interesting to see how the 23mm lens performs on the 24-megapixel APS-c sensor.
The most anticipated feature is sure the focal length of the fixed-lens of the shooter. They have kept the same 23mm (35mm equivalent) lens for the past few generations in the lineup.
Fujifilm X100F Will Have 23mm F2 Lens
The current Fujifilm X100 line consists of three models. The X100, X100S and X100T features the same Fujinon 23mm F2 fixed lens.
According recent rumors, the upcoming Fujifilm X100F will actually be maintaining the same 23mm lens as its predecessors. It is also expected to have several improvements like the improved version of viewfinder with a quicker refresh rate for the electronic viewfinder.
Here are the combined specs leaked so far.
- 24MP sensor of the X-Pro2
- A new bright 23mm (35mm equiv.) lens
- Faster autofocus system
- Enhanced hybrid viewfinder with better EVF refresh rate
- Digital converter 35/50
- Tilt screen
The Fujifilm X100T features a 16.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor with on-chip phase detection, a 23mm (35mm equivalent) f/2 lens. The specs list includes a 3-inch 1.04-million-dot LCD, raw shooting capability and a top ISO sensitivity of 51,200. The shooter currently have a price tag of $1,299.