In a few months, there will be a new generation of cameras that will replace your current ones.
They’re going to have to be more resilient than they are today.
The industry’s digital camera market is expected to reach $1 trillion by 2020.
The companies making them, like Fujifilm and Sony, have spent the last few years working to make their cameras as powerful as they possibly can.
They’ve improved on the existing cameras in a few key areas: resolution, image quality, and the ability to be operated with a mouse and keyboard.
But they’ve also made some major design changes.
The Fujifirm X100, for example, will be the first camera with a back cover that protects the sensor from dust.
Sony’s upcoming X100 series will have a metal back cover and an expandable camera body, which should make it easier to attach accessories.
That means you can replace a sensor if you drop it or the camera falls out of its case, or if it gets knocked off a table or something like that.
The X100s’ sensor will also be protected from water and dust, which means that the sensor won’t crack and get wet or smudged.
In addition to the sensor protection, Fujifirs cameras will also have an upgraded camera lens, allowing for a wider field of view, which will help it capture sharper images.
They’ll also have a camera housing that’s longer and thinner than the existing X series, which makes it easier for it to be attached to your camera body.
The new cameras will likely also be able to take a lot more photos than the older ones.
For instance, they’ll have more megapixels, which can allow them to take more photos per unit area.
The camera lens also will be more compact and less expensive than the previous generation.
But there will still be cameras that aren’t designed to withstand the kind of abuse you’ll see with this year’s X100.
That’s where you’ll find the Sony X100 Pro, the company’s flagship camera.
It has a 20.4-megapixel sensor, a 12-megapixel sensor, and a 1.07x zoom lens, but it also has a 6-megawatt battery, a 3.6-inch LCD display, and dual lenses.
It will cost $2,999 when it goes on sale in March.
That makes it one of the cheapest cameras available right now, and it has some major specs that should make you want to upgrade.
The Sony X 100 Pro has a 10-megabit Ethernet port, and there’s a 10x zoom on the lens.
It also has dual 1080p video capture options that are much better than what you’ll be getting with the current generation of Fujifils.
The lens is designed to have two zoom levels.
One is for low-light shooting, while the other is for video capture.
Sony claims that the zoom level is about 3 times as wide, so it’ll be able capture the same amount of detail with more photos and videos.
It’ll also be better at autofocusing, meaning it’ll focus more accurately on what you’re focusing on, and this will help keep up with the fast-moving subjects in your photos and video.
Sony also claims that it’s got an “ultra wide-angle” sensor that can capture more detail, and that it has a wide-area autofocus.
That autofocal can be turned off for more precise autofacing.
There’s also a “high-speed” autoflash mode that is supposed to allow the camera to take 3 frames per second faster than with its previous models.
The cameras design also seems to make it a little less durable.
There are a couple of holes drilled into the body of the X100 that allow you to attach the lens and the sensor, which is pretty neat.
The rear of the camera also has some ports for USB, HDMI, and SD card slots, and some sensors will be able be attached with magnets, which seems to be the only way to attach sensors without breaking the sensor body.
There will also still be the old-school optical zoom, which has a 12x zoom and is supposed not to have the best optical quality in the industry.
The most interesting new feature on the camera is a new autofill function that will let you customize how often your digital camera will ask you for a password to unlock your camera.
That way, you won’t have to type it out manually, and you can use the camera as a backup.
The function will allow you, for instance, to say, “Hey, Fujirm, it’s 3 o’clock, I’m out of batteries, and I’m in the bathroom, and would like to unlock my X100 for you.”
Then, you’ll unlock your X100 and your camera will prompt you for your password.
You’ll get a prompt that looks like this: Fujirmu X