The analog inspired controls of the X100 Series are one of its most defining characteristics. The use of dials for exposure compensation and shutter speed provide a purely tactile experience and contribute considerably to making the image making process an immersive and enjoyable experience.
The X100V features the latest 26MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, a weather-resistant body design, a surprisingly flush mounted rear touch LCD that tilts up and down, fast and reliable AF as well as a newly refined lens design. The new 23mm f/2 II lens now features an additional aspherical element for improved sharpness across the frame, from corner to corner, as well as better performance on macro shots when shooting at wide apertures. A built-in 4-stop ND filter allows one to shoot wide-open with the X100V’s leaf-shutter, even in the brightest conditions, and it can also allow for some creative blur effects when used to dramatically slow down your shutter speed.
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