Fujifilm X100VI X Summit Teaser Released

The Fujifilm X100 has been a hot camera for some time now so it is fortunate that Fujifilm will be refreshing it at their next X Summit because demand has been unreal and a new X100VI will likely be a cash cow for Fujifilm if they can keep up with demand. Today Fujifilm released a teaser for the Fujifilm X100VI with the silhouette of the X100 and it perfectly matches the X100V, but the dials are a little shorter on the silhouette, which makes me wonder if they removed the threaded shutter button that many Fujifilm cameras still have.

The Fujifilm X100VI will gain an electronic shutter with speeds up to 1/180,000 along with Fujifilm’s latest AF algorithm and 3.69m dot hybrid EVF. With Fujifilm’s new 40MP image sensor base ISO will be 125 ISO with 4k 60p to 6.2k 30p recording and IBIS. The new body will be about the same size as the old one, which means the camera will still use a single high-speed SD card and Fujifilm’s classic battery the NP-W126S.

I’m personally considering getting a Fujifilm X100VI, but I kind of hope the launch will drive down the price of the Fujifilm X100V and Fujifilm X100F because I think those cameras are a far better value for photographers especially if it is your second, third, etc… camera. I can’t wait for the X Summit on February 20th.

Fujifilm X100V: B&H Photo / Amazon / Moment / Adorama

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