Fujifilm X100T camera listed as discontinued

After the Fuji X-T10 and X-T1 cameras were recently listed as discontinued at the official Fujifilm Japan website, now also the X100T model is listed as discontinued at DigitalRev:

We did not see a X100T replacement at Photokina as some websites have been suggesting for months. The next X100 model is expected to finally move away from the 16MP sensor and hopefully get some of the latest tech from the latest X-Pro2 and X-T2 models.

The X100T is still available in stock in the US.

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  • atsea1

    Don’t camera companies normally discontinue models just weeks before a replacement is announced? Or is it normal to do so months? (Replacement not rumoured until early ’17?)

    • Kivi Shaps

      The X100T for what it does, is as good as it gets. BTW I have been thru a few rain storms and camera survived everytime.

  • Licheus

    I know that the new sensor and a new lens are due, but weather sealing is all I could ask for.

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  • Davo

    The X100 series has really matured nicely.
    Personally I’d like to see Fuji take it to a family of 28mm, 35mm and 50mm fixed primes.
    Call it the X128, X135 and X150.

  • jeffp3456

    Only on DigitalRev. Fuji global site shows the X100T in stock.

    • Correct, Fuji will not list it as discontinued before they make sure they sell their inventory.

  • Diego A. Vasquez

    Fuji x100t is a great camera. Just needs better AF, weather sealing, and if they could release a 56mm f/2: that would be awesome to complement the 23mm f/2.

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