Fujifilm X100T announced with updated hybrid viewfinder
Fujifilm has announced the X100T, the latest evolution of its popular X-series of enthusiast compacts. Introduced with this model is an updated Hybrid Viewfinder that includes a new electronic rangefinder feature and automatic brightness controls. The X100T carries over the 16MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor seen in its predecessor as well as a fixed 23mm (35mm equiv) F2 lens. LCD specifications are also upgraded over the X100S, with the X100T offering a 1.04M dot 3″ LCD.
The X100T provides slightly updated external controls including a wider ±3 exposure compensation dial, an aperture ring with 1/3 steps and seven customizable Fn buttons. Film simulation modes have been expanded as well to include ‘Classic Chrome’ for ‘muted tones and deep color reproduction.’
The X100T will be offered in silver or all-black for $1299.95 in mid-November.