Today Fuji announced three new cameras and four new lenses. Part of the announcement unveiled upgrades to two extremely well-regarded X-series cameras, the X100T and the X-T10. which is the smallest mirrorless camera to get awarded our rare Excellent+ rating.
The Fuji X-T20 is looks extremely similar to its predecessor, keeping all of its ergonomics and controls. What has changed is a new 24 megapixels X-Trans CMOS III sensor with 425-Point Phase-Detect AF built-in. This sensor achieves one more stop of standard sensitivity and features much faster read-out. It can now shoot at 14 FPS with the Electronic-Shutter and record 4K video at 30 FPS.
The new X-T20 is expected to ship next month for $900 USD or $1200 CDN. Amazon, Adorama and B&H Photo are all ready to accept pre-orders at these links. Canadian customers may also order directly from Amazon Canada.
The Fuji X100F is the replacement for the aging X100T. This premium fixed-lens camera offers a rangefinder-style with a bright 35mm-equivalent F/2 lens. It provides the same Hybrid Viewfinder as its predecessor. Outside, the X100F adds a control-dial and AF-Point Selection joystick. The rest of changes are internal. It seems to use the same X-Trans CMOS III sensor with 425-Point Phase-Detect AF as the X-T20, although the processor cannot read-out as fast. Unlike the X-T20, the X100F can only record 1080p HD video and shoot at 8 FPS.