Fujifilm unveils its most compact APS-C camera, the X70

An X100 mini?
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If you've been eyeing Sony's RX100, Fuji's got a new option that just might have you changing your mind. Why? Well, Fujifilm's X70 takes the 16.3 megapixel X-Trans II sensor from its big brother, the X100, and puts into a more compact body. Yes, a full blown APS-C, X100 sensor in the palm of your hand. The camera also features a wide-angle, f/2.8 18.5mm (28mm equiv.) lens, a 3.0" tilting touchscreen LCD, and a digital teleconverter that can change the focal length to 35mm and 50mm modes.

$800, B&H Photo

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