Fuji X100 priced at $1,199.00 (quickly compared with Leica X1)

Update: see my updated comparison between the Fuji X100 and Leia X1.

Adorama listed the Fuji X100 camera at $1,199.00 and is now taking pre-orders. This is $800 less than the Leica X1. Here is a quick specifications comparison between the X100 and the X1:

  • Both cameras have a 12MP APS-C CMOS sensor.
  • The Fuji camera has a 2.8 in. 460,000 dots LCD screen, compared to 2.7 in. 230,000 dots on the Leica X1.
  • Fuji’s X100 ISO range is 200-6400 (expandable to 100-12800), Leica X1 has ISO range of 100-3200.
  • Fuji X100 has a 23mm f/2 lens, Leica X1 has a 24mm f/2.8 lens (both will be aprox. 35mm equivalent)
  • Both cameras take SD cards.
  • The Fuji X100 can do 5fps in continuous shooting compared to 3 fps for the Leica X1.
  • Fuji X100 has a max shutter speed of 1/4000, for the Leica X1 the maximum is 1/2000.
  • Minimal focus distance is 10cm for the X100 and 30cm for the x1.
  • In addition, the Fuji X100 can record video in HD (1280×720) with stereo sound and has a hybrid viewfinder with 1,440,000 dots. The Fuji X100 will also have a flash commander mode.

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