Fujifilm X100F firmware version 2.10 will be released soon. Details of the upcoming firmware already leaked on the web.
The X100F is the fourth iteration of Fujifilm’s well-respected X100 series. The camera features a 24.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS III image sensor. The sensor offers a native base ISO of 200 up to ISO 12,800. The X100F uses the same 35mm equivalent 23mm F2 lens as with the previous models.
Check out the series comparison of X100F vs X100T vs X100S vs X100 and X100F vs X70 cameras. Firmware update Ver2.10 looks like a minor upgrade. It will allow users to enlarge indicators and information in the viewfinder and/or LCD monitor.
X100F Firmware Ver.2.10 -due April, 2018
Enlarged and customizable indicators or information
The upgrade allows users to enlarge indicators and information in the viewfinder and/or LCD monitor. This upgrade will also enable users to customize the location of where the information is shown on the display.
This firmware update will add new support for the “FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO” software that allows users to connect the camera to a computer via USB cable for developing RAW files in camera.
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