So the other day photos of both the Fujifilm X100F and X-T20 were leaked. Specs of the X100F have been steadily leaking for awhile now, but in case you wanted a full rundown of the specs of the X100F and the X-T20, then you might be interested to learn that the folks at Fuji Rumors have published the complete list of specs for both cameras.
Starting with the X100F, the camera is rumored to feature a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor with an X-Processor Pro image processing engine under the hood. It will come with a 325 point selectable intelligent hybrid phase difference AF, Full HD 60fps video recording, the ability to shoot up to 8fps, a hybrid EVF, a focus lever (which is shown in the photos), and a max ISO of 51,200.
As for the X-T20, it seems that it will come with the same sensor as the X100F and the same processing engine. However one of the main differences is that it will be an interchangeable lens camera and will also be able to capture video at 4K resolution at 30fps. It will also play nicely with Fujifilm’s X-series of lenses. No word on pricing of either camera, but we expect those details could be revealed on the 19th of January, but until then do take it with a grain of salt for now.