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Fujifilm X100-V Compact Camera Comes to Singapore 27 February 2020

Be prepared to rediscover photography in a way you never imagined. Fujifilm is at it again bringing you the fifth release of their X100 line, the Fujifilm X100-V.


This all-new camera boasts revamped features such as a 26.1-megapixel X-Trans IV CMOS APS-C sensor and X-Processor 4 image-processing engine topped with a beautifully reconfigured lens. However, the fun doesn’t end there. The X100-V shows off an elegant design with a classic camera body and clean, attractive edges. Finished with a beautiful satin coating, it is an excellent blend of art and engineering giving you the perfect street photography experience.


If you’re afraid to get this beauty spoilt, don’t fret. The camera is protected from the elements with its all-new weather resistance sealing. This means that you can continue to shoot your aesthetic self-expressive shots with peace of mind and not worry about whether the weather will put you at risk.

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Furthermore, with its analogue inspired controls, usage comes intuitively─so you don’t have to worry if you’re not exactly the photography connoisseur. The use of dials for exposure compensation and shutter speed make the camera all the more user-friendly giving you an immersive tactile experience.

The Fujifilm X100-V is a revolutionary compact camera that has brought convenience to a whole new level. It brings with it spectacular low-light performance and as with any Fujifilm camera, amazing colour fidelity. Your photographic journey does not end there as the camera also features high-resolution video recording─perfect if you’d like to look into vlogging too.

Going at a price of S$2,148, the Fujifilm X100-V will be released in official retailers across Singapore on 27 February 2020. Pre-orders for the product are over, so be quick to get your hands on this fine new masterpiece when it lands in stores.

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