Fujifilm is announcing two new cameras today, though they will be very familiar to anyone that follows the company’s product lines, according to The Verge.
The new X100F and X-T20 are successors to the X100T and X-T10, respectively, and feature familiar designs with the new sensors and processors that debuted with the higher-end X-Pro2 and X-T2 last year. Both cameras will be available in the US starting next month.
The fixed-lens X100F carries over many of the features of its predecessor, including the clever and innovative three-mode hybrid electronic and optical viewfinder.
It maintains the 23mm f/2 lens and basic overall design from the earlier X100 cameras, but gains the integrated shutter speed and ISO dial and rear joystick from the X-Pro2. Fujifilm says it also redesigned the controls of the X100F to all be accessible from the right side, to better enable one-handed shooting with the camera