There are a few new info about the Fuji X100. Why do we care about Fuji? Many 43rumors reader demonstrated their interest for that camera. That’s why I am going to aks you what kind of aspect/feature you would love to see to be “copied” by Olympus/Panasonic. But first the news (via Fuji):
- The X100 offers three focusing options, selected by a switch on the left hand side of the body.
- The X100 has a dedicated RAW button
- In standard form, the planned ISO range is from 200 to 6400, but this can be expanded to include 100 and 12800.
- Autofocus points will be visible in the viewfinder. The autofocus points are also user-selectable, making it easier for photographers to focus on off-centre subjects without having to resort to the focus lock facility.
- HD video output is 1280 x 720 pixels at 24 frames per second with stereo sound recording. Aperture Priority AE can be used whilst shooting movies.
- The camera retain its existing settings when it’s turned off
- You can turn the LCD off.
- The shutter lag is 0.01 sec
- PROVIA, Velvia, ASTIA and mono chrome pictures will be able to be achieved with filter effects.
- It is not wheater sealed and has no built-in or in lens stabilization.
- There is an switchable integral ND filter.
- Price is still to be confirmed.
And here the poll. Let Panasonic and Olympus know what you like from the X100