Fujifilm's FinePix X100 is a real mixed bag. The lack of interchangeable lenses is disappointing, but then the hybrid viewfinder (for switching between the optical and electronic viewfinder), 23mm f2.0 lens and general gorgeousness of this camera compensate some.
Using a 12.3MP APS-C sensor, it can shoot video in 720p. The expandable ISO range is 100 - 12800, and continuous shooting is at 5fps. The LCD screen measures 2.8-inches. Full details are listed below in the press release, with the launch schedule said to be early 2011—for an unspecified lump of gold. Considering the specs almost match Leica's X1 (which costs a whopping $2,000), there's a good chance this X100 may not be cheap—but really, knowing Fujifilm's usual pricing brackets, I'd be surprised if it was even half that amount. [Fujifilm]