We have some more details for you this afternoon about the rumored Fuji X100T. According to a report over on Fuji Rumors, the site expects Fujifilm to officially announce the new camera on September 10th.


The X100T is rumored to feature a 16MP X-Trans sensor, with an EVF  that features x.067 magnification and a horizontal field of view of 27°. You can find the full list of rumored specs below.

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Fuji X100T Rumored Specs

  • 16MP X-Trans sensor
  • APS-C
  • tilt screen
  • new fixed lens
  • 23mm
  • new EVF, better than X100s, but not as much as X-T1
  • EVF specs: x0.67 magnification and horizontal apparent field of view of approx. 27°.
  • faster AF than Fujifilm X100S

In addition to the X100T, Fuji is expected to announce a new Fuji X-T1 firmware update as well as a new 120-400mm telephoto lens. I am hoping that the X-T1 update addresses the terrible video performance. If so, I may grab one of them. The 120-400mm sounds really interesting as well.


What are your thoughts on these Fuji rumor updates? Are you excited to see what Fuji brings to Photokina? Leave a comment below!

[via Fuji rumors]