Fujifilm has a new camera in the works that they are expected to announce soon on the 24th of May, but it seems that someone over in Fujifilm EU might have gotten ahead of themselves and accidentally published the complete specs of the upcoming Fujifilm X-T100. The original posting was discovered by Nokishita Camera (via Fuji Rumors) which has since been taken down.

In terms of specs, the X-T100 will feature a 24.2MP APS-C sensor, a three-way tilting LCD monitor, and an electronic viewfinder. It will also support X-mounted lenses so if you’ve built up a collection over the years, then you should be able to use them with the X-T100 without any issue.

It also appears to be capable of capturing 4K video, although at a framerate of 15fps, maybe it’s not so ideal if you’re looking for a camera for videography. However it will be capable of capturing Full HD at 60fps if you’re OK with the resolution. There is also continuous shooting speeds of up to 6fps.

In terms of where the X-T100 will be positioned, it has been suggested that it will be a camera that tries to bridge the gap between the X-A5 and the X-T20 and X-E3. No word on pricing or availability yet, so we guess we’ll have to wait until the 24th of May for the official details.

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