Rumor: Is this the X-T100?
Japanese websites Nokishita and Digicameinfo have just released images of Fujifilm’s latest digital camera – the X-T100. Presumably replacing the X-T20, the new camera seems to have no handgrip in the front, and it seems like there will be no dedicated exposure compensation dial or Auto mode switch either.
Fujirumors has the specifications of the new camera revealed as below, and it appears the new camera will be about 50g heavier than the X-T20, but with better battery life (430 frames compared to 350 frames on the X-T20). Resolution is a bit lower (24.2MP compared to 24.3MP), but that might mean it gets a new sensor too.
It seems that 4K recording on the X-T100 will be reduced to just 3840x2160 15p to allow the camera to capture up to 30 minutes of footage in this mode (the X-T20 does 4K (3840x2160) 29.97p / 25p / 24p / 23.98P recording for just 10 min.), but the new LCD will have 3-way Tilt capabilities. It also seems like the X-T100 will get back a dedicated movie recording button.
From the pictures it also seems like there will be three colorways for the camera, with what looks like a graphite silver option and what seems like dark silver joining the usual black.
Does the new camera look like something you’d be keen to pick up?