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March 16, 2013

Fujifilm FinePix X100s and X20 lands locally

Unveiled during this year’s Consumer Electronic Show, the Fujifilm FinePix X100s and FinePix X20 is slated to replace the Japanese imaging company’s current mid-range and entry-level prosumer lineup. And just recently, Fujifilm has announced the arrival of these cameras in local stores.

x100s and x20

We’ve already noted some of the features that these two rangefinder-inspired have in our previous {post. For more a detailed look at each device’s specs, we’ve prepared a table below.

specs

Fujifilm Philippines has yet to disclose the official pricing of the FinePix X100S and X20 in the local market, but the company mentioned that they plan to start selling these bad boys at latter part of this month. International pricing is currently set at USD1299 for the X100S and USD599 for the X20.

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6 Responses to “Fujifilm FinePix X100s and X20 lands locally”

  1. mastafa says:

    koligar clach konter dlam lil 2013

  2. umbalito says:

    Wow. So someone went through all that trouble to create a table to compare two cameras that are really not even comparable?

    The only thing they have in common is the brand name. And maybe the aesthetics. That’s it.

    It’s like comparing the current gen iPad to an iPhone 5. It makes no sense.

    • Ronnie Bulaong
      Twitter: TuronBulaong
      says:

      Comparison? Where did that come from? :D

    • imba-LITO says:

      deymmm, read first before commenting umba.. sheesh

    • mcdonald says:

      that table was created to show the features of each camera, and yes compare to each other but not on negative side. it is just an info for us to decide what model of fuji to buy. do you have a camera btw? or how long have u been reading reviews on cameras?

  3. jp says:

    excited for the x20 :) does anyone know or have an idea if ok ang after sales support ng Fujifilm Philippines?

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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