Fujifilm X100VI is coming with a 40MP sensor and IBIS (report)

Street photographer shooting with a Fujifilm X100V in an urban environment

The Fujifilm X100VI will be announced in just a few weeks time, and will possess a 40MP image sensor with in-body image stabilization. That's according to the latest rumors on the much-anticipated successor to the Fujifilm X100V, one of the best-selling cameras of this generation (provided you can actually find one in stock, which has long been nigh impossible). 

This would be incredibly exciting, if true – and it makes enough sense for me to believe it. After all, it would be consistent with the manufacturer's recent move to massively uplift the resolution of previously 20-something megapixel cameras like the Fujifilm X-T5 and Fujifilm X-H2

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James Artaius

The editor of Digital Camera World, James has 21 years experience as a journalist and started working in the photographic industry in 2014 (as an assistant to Damian McGillicuddy, who succeeded David Bailey as Principal Photographer for Olympus). In this time he shot for clients like Aston Martin Racing, Elinchrom and L'Oréal, in addition to shooting campaigns and product testing for Olympus, and providing training for professionals. This has led him to being a go-to expert for camera and lens reviews, photo and lighting tutorials, as well as industry news, rumors and analysis for publications like Digital Camera MagazinePhotoPlus: The Canon MagazineN-Photo: The Nikon MagazineDigital Photographer and Professional Imagemaker, as well as hosting workshops and talks at The Photography Show. He also serves as a judge for the Red Bull Illume Photo Contest. An Olympus and Canon shooter, he has a wealth of knowledge on cameras of all makes – and a fondness for vintage lenses and instant cameras.