First leaked image of the Fujifilm X100V camera shows it to be a beauty
The rather dashing Fujifilm X100V digital camera has made an appearance online, courtesy of noted camera tipster nokishita. The device has a 26 MP (APS-C) X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, which is slightly higher than the 24.3 MP sensor that was fitted into the predecessor Fujifilm X100F camera that was released in 2017.
The Fujifilm X100V offers SD memory card storage capabilities and has an ISO range from 80 up to 51,200. 4K video shooting support is on board and photographers can take advantage of the 3-inch LCD monitor when sizing up a great opportunity. A 0.5-inch OLED color EVF assists with the correct aiming of the Fujifilm X100V.
This beauty of a camera comes with a FUJINON 23 mm single focal length lens, a super intelligent flash system, and a wireless transmitter - you can look through the full technical specifications here. The Fujifilm X100V is expected to be revealed at the upcoming Fujifilm X Summit, which is being held in London on February 4.