Digital cameras in the classic look are currently in high demand. Now Fujifilm announces the X100 to such a model of the Finepix series. The digital camera features an APS-C CMOS sensor with a resolution of 12.3 megapixels. The new member of the Finepix family should be the beginning of 2011 commercially available.

At first glance only insiders simply realize that it is the Fujifilm X100 is a dewy camera concept. In the style of a classic camera reporter will have a leather like surface. The housing is created in the finished model of a robust magnesium alloy. According to the manufacturer it should address SLR and ambitious amateur photographers who need to leave their heavy photo equipment once at home but still attach excellent importance to high quality recordings.

Of course under the retro dress insert the necessary and modern technology. This about the Fujinon lens belongs to a fixed focal length of 23 millimeters corresponding to 35 millimeters with a miniature camera. Macro shooting is up to a distance of ten centimeters possible to the subject.

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A special characteristics is the hybrid optical viewfinder a combination of an optical and an electronic viewfinder which according to the manufacturer provide a crystal clear viewfinder. For viewing the captured picture is another display with a resolution of 1.44 million pixels on the camera back is available.

An exact delivery date Fujifilm Finepix X100 called for the not yet, only early 2011 has been issued as a deadline. The estimated price is likely to be even more interesting for many photographers but this is not the manufacturer wanted to express concretely. Who does not want to wait that long can also have a look at the retro models from Pentax or Olympus throw which are already available in stores.

Olympus has, Pentax also. Now Fujifilm introduces the X100 against a compact camera and retro design the latest member of the Finepix family is characterized among other things by a clever viewfinder.