Retro and compact model.

The X-T100 is the latest addition to the Fujifilm X Series mirrorless digital camera range, due for release in late June 2018. Key features include a high magnification electronic viewfinder, horizontal tilting rear LCD screen, and extended battery life of up to 430 frames.

Weighing just 448g, the 24.2 megapixel APS-C size sensor is 14 times bigger than the sensor inside a conventional smartphone and built-in Bluetooth technology makes image transfer quick and easy for sharing.

The X-T100 is equipped with a phase detection autofocus system, a newly developed autofocus algorithm that offers faster and more precise focusing. The camera also offers 11 variations of Fujifilm’s film simulation modes and 17 variations of advanced filters for the reproduction of film-like colour tones and artistic expression.

Fujifilm Australia national product and marketing manager for electronic imaging, Alex Zitser said the X-T100 will appeal to a wide range of enthusiasts at any stage of their photographic journey.

“The camera offers an extensive range of features designed to boost freedom in photographic expression, making it the perfect companion for a broad range of shooting opportunities,” he said.

The X-T100 is available in three colour variations – black, dark silver and champagne gold – in a kit bundle with the Fujinon XC15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ zoom lens with an RRP of $1,049.