The other day thanks to a leaked photo, we might have caught a glimpse of the upcoming Fujifilm X100V digital camera. It wasn’t a particularly clear photo and it showed the camera in real-life, although if anything, it did at the very least confirm one of the rumors which suggested that the camera might have a two-way flip-out display.

Now thanks to a tweet by Nokishita, what appears to be a press render of the X100V has made its way online, giving us a clearer look at what we might be able to expect. However, the leak only shows the front part of the camera, which at a glance pretty much looks like its predecessor, the X100F.

There are some subtle differences to the camera, and as Fuji Rumors notes, the leak also seems to confirm that the X100V might use a new lens compared to the X100F. The rumors claim that the X100V will sport a 23mm f/2.0 lens. This is more or less confirmed in the photo, but it also shows that it might use the MK II lens.

Exactly what kind of difference this lens has over its predecessor remains to be seen. That being said, it has been speculated that Fujifilm might officially announce the X100V at the Fujifilm X Summit on the 4th of February, so check back with us in the next couple of days for more updates, if there are any to be had.

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