Fujifilm X100F Firmware Details Leaked… and Don’t Panic Regarding the Fujifilm X-T20 Firmware Update

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2 days ago here on FujiRumors we broke the news, that 6 Fujifilm cameras will get a firmware update soon. Included in our list was also the Fujifilm X100F.

The day after, nokishita leaked the details of the updates, but the Fujifilm X100F was not included in the list.

Just now, though, nokishita updated the list with the X100F firmware. Here are the details of the update

X100F Firmware Ver.2.10 -due April, 2018
Enlarged and customizable indicators or information
The upgrade allows users to enlarge indicators and information in the viewfinder and/or LCD monitor. This upgrade will also enable users to customize the location of where the information is shown on the display.

The X100F firmware can be considered minor, especially compared to the other upcoming massive updates. But Fujifilm notoriously never covers the X100 line with lots of Kaizen love, even though it was the original X100 to start all the “Kaizen-buzz” back in the days.

But with the growing number of camera models, Fujifilm had to make decisions which cameras they can keep up covering with Kaizen love, and which one not… and the X100 line had to be sacrificed.

If you want to see what the firmware update details of the Fujifilm GFX 50S, X-E3, X-T2, X-Pro2 and X-H1, check out this post.

Also, I notice many X-T20 owners now panic, because the X-T20 is not mentioned in the list. But keep in mind these are only announcements of upcoming firmware updates. And the one for the X-T20 has already been announced (and it’s massive!). That’s why it is not included in the list.

The X-T20 firmware will come, according to Fujifilm, in early April… so it can’t be that long anymore ;)

EPIC LIVE BLOGGING on April 12… stay tuned on FR via Facebook, RSS-feed, Instagram, Youtube and Twitter.

we are going to have fun :)

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