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Fuji's X100 gets a 24.3 megapixel upgrade

The company debuts the X100F.
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Fujifilm X100F

The camera that put Fujifilm back on the map is receiving its latest update with the debut of the X100F. The new X100 model maintains the look and feel of the previous models, but gets a big sensor upgrade with the 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor from the top-of-the-line X-Pro2. 

Overall camera speed has also been boosted with a startup time of .05 seconds, a shutter release time lag of .01 seconds, and an Auto-Focus time of .08 seconds. Other updates include an increase to 91 focus points, and, an updated version of the Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder, dedicated ISO dial, and a focus lever that lets you keep your eye in the viewfinder while moving the focus area. 


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