Fujifilm has been mining inspiration from retro cameras lately, and their newest point and shoot is positively dripping with mid-century style. The XF1 is a tiny point-and-shoot with a 2/3-inch EXR CMOS sensor that clocks in at 12 megapixels. Possibly the most exciting aspect of this camera is its new 25-100mm f/1.8 – f/4.9 lens that should handle excellently in low light. At its widest angle, the camera should feel like it’s using a pancake lens.
Fujifilm packed a whole lot of other great specs in the tiny package, including a 3 inch LCD, 1080p video recording, and ISO going up to 12800. And in keeping with the retro feel, the camera has a full manual settings, including dials on the back and top. The XF1 comes covered in your choice of three leathers, and should be available for $500 next month.
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