Fujifilm X-T100was recently rumored, and then specs and photos leaked only a few days before the announcement. But now it’s officially here: Fujifilm’s latest entry-level mirrorless camera is ready for preorders, and you can get it at a pretty reasonable price of $599. The exterior design is inspired by X-T20, but on the inside, it’s much more like the X-A5. Let’s dive in and check out the full specs of Fujifilm’s new camera.
There’s been a lot of buzz regarding the X-T100 lately, especially when Fujifilm EU accidentally leaked its full specs not long ago. Today, we finally get a glimpse of what the new camera might look like. Nokishita just leaked photos of the X-T100, and it seems to share a similar design with the X-T20. At least as far as outside appearance is concerned.
Leaks happen all the time. Often they’re through anonymous sources, and occasionally a distributor lets something slip. But it’s rarely by the manufacturer themselves. This time, though, it seems that Fujifilm EU has accidentally leaked the complete specs for its upcoming X-T100 camera. The page was quickly taken down, but not before Google managed to snag a copy in its cache.
The leak was spotted by serial leakers Nokishita. They posted a copy of the basic specs, along with a links to cached content. For all intents and purposes, the X-T100 seems to basically be a Fuji X-A5, but with an EVF, 3-way tilting touchscreen and a bigger buffer.
FujiRumors received an event invitation in Australia on May 26 that includes “a unique photo opportunity and an exclusive first touch and try of a yet to be announced Fuji release.” Since the Fujifilm Instax SQ6 has already been leaked, the website speculates that the new release would actually be the X-T100.