Fujifilm X100 Special Edition Unveiled, Sports Tan Leather Casing

October 24, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Had a chance to visit Fujifilm’s Facebook page? We just stumbled upon the page and what we get to see is exciting – to say the least. The digital camera maker is all set to impress customers with a special edition of their X100 camera model.

As the special ones are always few in numbers, we might see the company release only a limited number of just 200 Fujifilm X100 new cameras.

We know you might be looking for the Fujifilm X100’s new features that make it the special one. The only difference you can find in the special edition is the tan leather on the casing and a leather case that matches the original. The leather-wrapped special edition looks similar to the Leica camera designs.

The Fujifilm X100 is equipped with a 12.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, an EXR processor and a 23mm F2 Fujinon lens plus a hybrid viewfinder that works in both optical and electronic modes. It sports a 2.8-inch LCD display, plus an ISO range of 200 to 6400 and an SD/SDHC/ SDXC card slot.

The standard Fujifilm X100 has been priced at $1,200, whereas the cost of the special edition is not revealed as yet. Is anybody interested in the special Fujifilm X100? If you want to have a first hand try, head here.


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