FUJIFILM has announced the launch of the new X100V digital camera with improvements to image quality, body design, and video capabilities.
First impressions on this latest FUJIFLIM X100V digital Camera announcement, such as the upgraded LCD touchscreen, the 23mm f/2 fixed lens, and the built-in neutral density filter.
Designed for travel and street photography, the X100V brings many advancements over its predecessor, including more resolution with a new 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 APS-C sensor, a redesigned FUJINON 23mm f/2 lens that now contains two aspherical elements, a base ISO of ISO 80, a larger buffer and faster X–Processor 4 processor—all contributing to enhanced image quality.
- 26MP X-Trans sensor
- Redesigned lens (but still a 23mm F2 pancake)
- Built-in 4-stop ND filter, compatible with previous lens converters
- Tilting 1.62M-dot touchscreen LCD panel
- Updated 3.69M-dot OLED EVF, redesigned OVF optics
- Up to 4K/30p with Eterna film sim and F-Log internal capture (8-bit only)
- 2.5mm mic port, headphones through USB-C with adapter
- Weather-sealed, when filter adapter and filter are used
- Single SD card slot
- CIPA rated to 350 shots using the EVF, 420 using the OVF
For easier use, the X100V camera boasts improved autofocus with phase detection, slightly greater optical viewfinder magnification covering a larger area of the frame, an improved electronic viewfinder with greater resolution and magnification, and a higher-resolution rear LCD monitor that now tilts. To stay current with technology, the camera even offers 4K video recording at 30 fps and more famous FUJIFILM film simulations, including the new Classic Neg. The addition of Bluetooth makes image transfer easier, while an upgraded sealing system can be completed with the addition of the optional filter adapter ring and a protector filter.
The camera is available for $1,399.00.