Fujifilm X100VI Launched With 40MP Sensor and 5-Axis IBIS – Priced at RM8888

The Fujifilm X100VI digital camera was launched today as a replacement for the Fujifilm X100V, which was so sought after by photography enthusiasts that it suffered from a lack of stock. In terms of design, not many external changes have been made to the body of the Fujifilm X100VI. It's just a little thicker and a little heavier than the previous model.

This is because the sensor is now 40.2 MP X-Trans CMOS 5 HR which is larger than the 26MP on the previous model which is matched to the X-Processor 5 processor. For the first time, the built-in 5-axis IBIS system support is also included in this series. A 23mm f/2 Mark II lens is also provided as a starter lens.

The rangefinder system is retained but an LCD EVF system with 3.69 million dots can also be used. On the back there is also a 3″ LCD panel with 1.6 million dots. The LCD panel can also be changed viewing angle when needed.

In terms of photography capabilities, it can take 20 FPS JPEG images using the electronic shutter, 11 FPS using the mechanical shutter and up to 10 FPS in HEIF mode. Video recording capabilities are 6.2K 30p, 4K 60p, and 1080P 240p. However, there is still no support for ProRes video recording. The camera comes with 20 Fujifilm film simulations including Reala Ace which was previously only offered on their medium format cameras.

Fujifilm X100VI can be pre-ordered in Malaysia starting today until March 3 at a price of RM8888. Buyers will receive a gift in the form of a 128GB Lexar 1667X UHSS-II memory card, a Sandisk Portable E30 1TB SSD, a Manfrotto camera bag and an additional 1-year warranty, all worth RM2,160.

A limited edition version in conjunction with Fujifilm's 95th anniversary was also launched but at a price of $2000 (~RM 9591) apiece. This model has the original Fujifilm logo with only 1934 units produced. The offer of this model in Malaysia is still unknown for now.

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