Fujifilm X100V first look preview – The desert island camera by Jonas Rask (jonasrask|photography)

The X100V is the fifth iteration of the X100 series, and it is perhaps the biggest upgrade to the series since the launch of the initial camera. For the first time since the original launch we have a new lens, weather sealing (when using the filteradapter), and a two-way tilt screen! On top of that the camera is now built in a completely new material, which is Aluminum. The camera has really had a complete overhaul while retaining what made the X100 series so special in the first place. Portability, very good IQ, silent leaf shutter and gorgeous drool-worthy design.

I've got some serious GAS for the latest iteration of the Fujifilm X100. I fell in love with the X100F but the 100V is even more refined.

5 thoughts on “Fujifilm X100V is announced

  1. I think it looks like a great camera. I am not so sure I need another camera and an X-t4 may be a better choice or me. But maybe.

    • I am sure the Fujifilm X-T4 will be a worthwhile upgrade to the Fujifilm X-T3. I’m keeping my Fujifilm X-T2 for now but I’ve wanted an X100 camera for a long time.

    • @zap @Gabz @jack I’ll need some alka-seltzer to deal with the kind of GAS I have right now. The X100V is gorgeous. Perhaps I can be satisfied by purchasing the Fujinon XF23mmF2 R WR I have on my wishlist.

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