Fujifilm’s upcoming mirrorless camera the X-T100 is expected to be announced soon, but it seems that leaks ahead of the announcement have pretty much given everything away. In fact the latest sighting on camera retailer Adorama’s website has revealed the potential price of the upcoming camera.


According to the listing (which has since been removed), it seems that the camera could be priced anywhere between $550 to $600 for the body only. This means that you will need to purchase the lens separately, or if you’re already a Fujifilm user with a collection of X-series lenses, then you can just buy the camera body only.

There is also a listing for the camera with an XC15-45 lens that will cost between $650 to $700, so that could be worth keeping an eye out for if you’re new to Fujifilm’s mirrorless cameras and wouldn’t mind starting out with a kit lens. So far the rumors have pegged the X-T100 to be an in-between camera from the X-A5 and the X-T20.

Based on the suggested prices it certainly looks that way, so if you don’t have the cash to splash on the X-T2 or the X-Pro2, then maybe the X-T100 could be worth checking out. Either way check back with us later for the official details when it has been made available.

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