Well, that was fast. It appears that the x100 that's been making such an extended splash has already sprung an offshoot—or a "design-language" sibling, at least.
This one is a sort of Canon G12-killer, with a zoom lens and a 2/3" (6.6x8.8mm, one of what we'd call "fingernail-sized" or digicam sensors). But it's a state-of-the-art EXR (except it's a "Super CMOS" this time, apparently, not a Super CCD). And it's got another premium lens (lensmaking being one of the fields of expertise where Fuji has it all over other electronics giants such as, say, Sony).
Sure is handsome. I like to see the X100 gestalt becoming a trend at Fuji.
See more about it at the special Fuji X10 website.
(Thanks to Vlatko—pictures courtesy Fujifilm)
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