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Is this Fuji’s new X100T?

By Marcus Wong - on 9 Sep 2014, 10:38am

Is this Fuji’s new X100T?

Digicame-info has just leaked images of the Fuji X100T, with specs that seem to match what has previously been listed on Fujirumors, and we've listed them below (translated from Japanese):

  • 16 Megapixel X-Trans sensor
  • 3-inch 1.04 million dot LCD monitor
  • Electronic shutter that goes up to 1/32000 second
  • Full HD movies in Manual mode with a highest bitrate of 36Mbps
  • Highest ISO setting of 51200
  • EXR Processor II
  • 23 mm f/2 lens with aperture adjustments in 1/3 steps
  • Improved Hyper Viewfinder (HVF)
  • 4-way controller
  • 7 customizable function buttons
  • New OVF power save function allows for up to 700 shots on a single charge
  • Interval timer mode and multiple exposure
  • Internal ND filters that allow for adjustments up to 3EV
  • Focus peaking and Digital Split image
  • Wi-Fi capabilities with control via smart phone

What do you think? Is this a welcome update to the one year-old Fuji X100S? Well, if these rumored specs are anything to be believed, it certainly seems like it would be a compelling camera to say the least. Rest assured we'll keep you posted when we hear more! 

Source: Fujirumors, Digicame-info

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