Fujifilm has a plethora of digital cameras that it offers covering the gamut from entry-level low-end units to high-end and very expensive cameras for advanced shooters. Fujifilm has unveiled a new digital camera today that is high-end called the Finepix X100.
The camera is aimed at the DSLR user looking for a backup camera that is easier to take along and use, but has high quality photos shooting capability. The X100 has a 23mm fixed focal length lens and an APS-C CMOS image sensor. The camera won’t hit the market until early 2011 so right now we don’t have all the goods.
We do know the camera will have hybrid viewfinder combining features of film cameras and digital camera viewfinders into one. The image sensor has 12.3MP resolution and the shutter promises fast release for fast action. The camera also has a retro design that reminds me of those Lecia cameras.