The Fujifilm EU has unfortunately revealed the all features of the X-T100 mirrorless camera, a new model that should be officially announced on May 24th. According to the leaked information, the camera looks like a deluxe version of the X-A5. The sensor that will equip the X-T100 should be a 24.2-megapixel CMOS APS-C.
Three-way tilting LCD monitor and X-A5 can take continuous shots at 6 frames per second for up to 10 photos in JPEG, or up to 50 photos at 3 frames per second. While the Fujifilm X-T100 should raise the bar and get to shoot 26 photos at 6 frames per second and an unlimited number (or rather limited by space on SD card) at 3 frames per second. Autofocus and video capabilities, on the other hand, would not differ from X-A5.
For video shooting, we should find a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels (Ultra HD) limited to 15 frames per second, while in Full HD it would range from 23.98 to 59.94fps. At 720p (1280 x 720 pixels) resolution, high-speed shooting (1.6x / 2x / 3.3x / 4x) should also be enabled.
The specifications of the rear display would be very similar: 3.0-inch display with 1.04 million points, touchscreen and X-T100 would add a 0.39″ OLED electronic viewfinder with a resolution equal to 2.36 million points and 100% coverage. X-T100 should measure 121 x 83 x 47.4 mm and weigh about 448 grams (with battery and SD Card). The integrated battery should be the same NP-W126S that equips the X-A5. The battery should attest to about 430 photos, 90 minutes of footage in Ultra HD or 100 minutes in Full HD.
We will not fail to update you as soon as Fujifilm officially announces the X-T100.