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Fujifilm Drops New X100VI Compact Camera and Announces Limited Edition

Fujifilm announced their latest fixed-lens compact today, the X100VI. This sixth-generation model in the popular X100 line keeps the classic rangefinder-style design users love, now in a standard black or silver aluminum body. 

Fujifilm X100VI Compact Camera
Fujifilm X100VI Compact Camera (Limited Edition)

Fujifilm is also releasing a limited 1934-unit edition commemorating their 90th anniversary in 2024. These special edition cameras come packaged in a unique box with engraving and extras like a leather strap. 

Fujifilm X100VI Compact Camera
Fujifilm X100VI Compact Camera (Silver / Black)

Under the hood of both models are a 40.2MP backlit sensor and latest processor. My favorite new feature is 5-axis in-body stabilization allowing sharp low-light shots. Video also gets upgraded to 6.2K/30P recording.

The hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder remains versatile while a new “Electronic Rangefinder” mode overlays a small magnified EVF. Connectivity improves with compatibility for Fujifilm’s Camera to Cloud service Frame.io.

At $1,299 (~PHP 72k) the standard X100V isn’t cheap but remains the ultimate fixed-lens street camera. And the limited edition is a collector’s item for sure.

Fujifilm X100VI specs:

  • Sensor:
  • 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS 5 HR back-illuminated sensor
  • No optical low-pass filter
  • Expandable ISO 160-12,800 (extended ISO 80-51,200)
    Processor:
  • Fourth-generation X-Processor 4
    Autofocus:
  • Advanced Hybrid AF system with 425 selectable points
  • AF speeds as fast as 0.02 seconds
  • Subject detection AF for humans, animals, vehicles and more
    Image Stabilization:
  • 5-axis in-body image stabilization up to 6 stops
  • Available during both stills and video
    Burst Shooting:
  • 11 fps mechanical shutter or 20 fps electronic shutter
  • Up to 33 RAW images in a single burst
    Video:
  • 4K 30p/25p/24p video recording in MOV format
  • Full HD up to 120fps for slow motion
  • HDMI output for external recording and monitoring
    Display/Viewfinder:
  • 3.0″ 1.62m-dot LCD touchscreen
  • 0.48″ 2.36m-dot OLED EVF
  • Hybrid optical/electronic multi-viewfinder
    Connectivity:
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth low energy
  • USB Type-C port
    Battery/Storage:
  • NP-W126S lithium-ion battery (approx. 470 shots/charge)
  • Dual SD card slots
    Dimensions/Weight:
  • 128.1 x 75.1 x 54.3mm
  • Approx. 469g (including battery and memory card)

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Founder of Pinoyscreencast started using YouTube as a medium to disseminate Filipino-spoken technical tutorials. He decided to embark on reviews focusing on affordable gadgets. As he kept sharing more content, his subscriber base grew and shared how his videos influenced them in making a product purchase. Randolph a.k.a "Biboy" has over a decade of experience with digital content creation, social media marketing, e-commerce strategy. He is also a maker who loves tinkering and creating functional things to make his life easier everyday. Email

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