Fujifilm is rumored to be joining a number of other camera makers in the mirrorless interchangeable lens camera market. Some leaked images as well as speculation on Fujifilms new camera can be seen in the story below …
Digitaltrends.com Leaked images of Fujifilm’s new mirrorless, interchangeable lens camera. Fujifilm could be the latest digital camera manufacturer to offer up an interchangeable lens, mirrorless camera, according to these leaked images …
While Panasonic, Olympus, and Sony have become the more veteran purveyors of the MFT/mirrorless market, some big names have hid in the shadows behind their point-and-shoots and DSLRs. Nikon just entered the race with its 1-series, and now it looks like Fujifilm is following hot on its heels.
According to Photo Rumors, the Fujifilm LX is rumored to have an APS-C sensor and may actually be a full frame device–which would make it something of a game-changer among its competition. You can tell from the images that it appears to have similar styling elements of the X-series, but with a more modern, chrome-like finish on the front. It will ship with an 18mm f/2, 35mm f/1.4, a 60mm, and a zoom probably in that 18-60 range.
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Fujifilm president and CEO had announced last year that the company would be releasing a mirrorless, interchangeable lens camera with a Spring 2012 launch … however, it is possible they may now be planning to launch it sooner.
Fujifilm has now released its mirrorless interchangeable lens camera … the Fujifilm x-Pro1. You can read the review here.