Fujifilm X-T100 Will Have a Viewfinder

Fujifilm X-T100 with EVF

Hey guys, here is an update regarding the Fujifilm X-T100.

The Fujifilm X-T100 will have a viewfinder.

I know many of you are sceptical about this camera, but I think it makes a whole lot of sense.

Fujifilm needs a cheap 24MP camera with viewfinder to compete against the Sony A6000 & Co. I mean, price matters, and this is why the Sony A6000 is often the Nr.1 best seller at the AmazonUS MILC ranking.

The Fujifilm X-T100 could be, for many, the perfect “starter drug” into the X-system. And the more people buy entry-level Fuji, the more Fuji has chances that they will upgrade camera/lenses at some point, and invest more money into the Fuji X System.

Stay tuned on FujiRumors on Facebook, RSS-feed and Twitter for more…

have a GREAT Day,

 

Fujifilm X-T100 Currently Planned with Bayer Sensor

Fujifilm X-T100

Last week I told you here that Fujifilm is right now working on the Fujifilm X-T100.

I don’t have much details, and the camera might be still in a relatively early development stage. So take everything with a grain of salt, because you know how Fujifilm can change (or scrap) just everything at every moment.

With that said, here is an update regarding the Fujifilm X-T100… it should have a Bayer sensor.

So Fuji’s APS-C MILC line could look like this in future:

Fujifilm Rangefinder Style:
Fujifilm X-A line (Bayer) – entry level
Fujfilm X-E line (X-Trans) – mid range
Fujfilm X-Pro line (X-Trans) – high end

Fujifilm DSLR Style:
Fujifilm X-T100 line (Bayer) – entry level
Fujfilm X-T10/20 line (X-Trans) – mid range
Fujfilm X-T2 / X-T2S line (X-Trans) – high end

Stay tuned on FujiRumors on Facebook, RSS-feed and Twitter for more…

have a GREAT Weekend,

Pictures of Unreleased Fujifilm Camera Leaked

Pictures of and unreleased Fujifilm camera leaked online

  • FCCID: W2Z-02100005
  • FUJIFILM Corporation
  • Communication module: TYPE 1 FJ
  • Wireless standard: WLAN 802.11 b / g / n + Bluetooth

Nokishita believes that, due to the button arrangement, it could be the Fujifilm X-A5, a camera rumored here on FujiRumors.

As we reported here, there are totally 3 cameras registered by Fujifilm and that should come next (meaning 2018). One is the Fujifilm X-T2S IBIS camera, scheduled to hit the market in the first half of 2018. The Fujifilm X-A5 is also sure to come. There is one more camera left, and it should be either the Fujifilm X-T100 or the Fujifilm X80. But remember that Fujifilm is having issues with the X80 and the whole project has been delayed.

via nokishita – original document at fccid

Fujifilm Registerd Another WiFi Camera (Now Totally 3)

Fujifilm registered another camera with bluetooth. This time the code name is FF170004 (WiFi only).

Just recently, they registered camera FF170003 here and other two cameras (FF170001 and FF170011) back in August.

The FF170001 was probably the Fujifilm X-E3, so we now have 3 registered Fujifilm cameras with bluetooth, that have not yet been announced.

  • FF170003 (WiFi + Bluetooth)
  • FF170004 (WiFi only)
  • FF170011 (WiFi + Bluetooth)

My guess is that it could be the Fujifilm X-A5, the X-T100 and the X-T2S. The X80 is also an option, but not sure if it will sport the X-TransIII sensor, as reported here.

via nokishita

Fujifilm Registered Another Camera with Bluetooth

Fujifilm registered another camera with bluetooth, with another code name compared to the 2 cameras registerd back in August (one of the 2 was the X-E3).

So there are still 2 more bluetooth registered cameras (at least) coming.

Which one? The full rumored camera list can be seen here (with last specs update). There are the X-T100, X80, X-T2S and X-A5.

The document can be seen here. The news was spotted by letsgodigital here… thanks to letsgodigital for contacting me.

Fujifilm Registerd Another Camera (FF170002) with WiFi

Fujifilm just registered another camera with WiFi (FF 170002) at the WiFi Alliance. This comes now in addition to the ” FF 170011 ” which was registered recently.

So what could it be? The hottest rumors at this time are

The code name “FF 170002” of Fujifilm’s unreleased model was posted on the Wi-Fi Alliance.
  • FF 170002
    • Wi-Fi Alliance
    • Product: Digital camera
    • Company: FUJIFILM Corporation
    • Authentication date: October 3, 2017
    • Wi-Fi standard: IEEE 802.11b / g / n
  • In addition to ” FF 170011 ” which was registered the other day, at least two models are likely to be announced from Fuji Film by next spring.

Via nokishita

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