It may have been a while since the last time a special version of an existing camera has been announced. Fujifilm is aiming to correct this, so it has just unveiled an infrared version of the X-T1 mirrorless camera. The new Fujifilm X-T1 IR is official and it is capable of seeing light from the ultraviolet spectrum to the infrared one.
The delay of the Sony A7000 is claiming another victim. The rumor mill is now stating that the announcement event of the Fujifilm X-Pro2 has been postponed until the beginning of 2016. The main culprit is said to be the sensor of the Sony A7000, which is troubled by unknown issues, so the X-Pro2 cannot come out this fall.
Fujifilm returns to the rumor mill with a camera that is also making a comeback into gossip talks. It appears that the so-called Fujifilm X70 is real and that it continues to be in development. The compact camera will become a more affordable version of the X100T and it will employ a new lens among others.
Fujifilm will be quite busy towards the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016. The company is rumored to introduce the X-Pro2 later this year, while another camera is expected to show up two to four months after the flagship X-mount model. Without further ado, the first Fujifilm X-T2 rumors have appeared on the web!
Fujifilm will release another weathersealed X-mount camera this year. However, it will not serve as a replacement to the X-T1, the company’s first mirrorless camera with weathersealing. The product in question is the X-Pro2, the shooter that is poised to become the flagship X-mount model sometime during the fall of 2015.
The rumor mill has got another one right! After hinting, at the beginning of 2015, that Lensbaby will release some lenses for Fujifilm X-mount cameras, the manufacturer just confirmed the gossip talks. Four Lensbaby optics are now available for Fuji X users, including the recently-released Velvet 56 Macro optic.
Fujifilm has been rumored to be working on a special lens in recent times. An insider has said that the product in question will have an ultra-bright maximum aperture and a focal length of around the 30mm mark. Now, the leakster is back with more information and it appears that the optic will consist of a Fujifilm XF 33mm f/1 lens.
Three new Fujifilm lenses are in development. The company has confirmed that the 35mm, 120mm, and 100-400mm optics are coming to X-series mirrorless cameras owners in the neighboring future. Now, their release dates have been leaked, courtesy of the leaked and updated Fujifilm X-mount lens roadmap 2015-2016.
A source, who has revealed spot-on information in the past, is reviving a rumor which circulated on the web back in 2014. This time, it is said to be the real deal. It is rumored that the Fujifilm medium format camera is in development and that the Japanese company is trying to keep the project as secret as possible.
Fujifilm has revealed a new lens. This time, it is not a wide-angle optic, instead the Japanese company has set its sight on portrait, sports, and event photographers. The new Fujinon XF 90mm f/2 R LM WR lens is weathersealed, so it will be perfect for outdoor photo sessions and for users who want to keep a distance to their subjects.
Following months of gossip talks, Fujifilm has finally introduced the cheaper version of the weathersealed X-T1 camera. The Fujifilm X-T10 is here without weathersealing, instead offering a new autofocus system along with a built-in flash among others. It will be ready in time for the summer vacation as it is coming in June.
While Fujifilm is preparing the launch of a new X-mount mirrorless camera. The rumor mill is leaking more and more photos as well as details about the upcoming model. The latest Fuji X-T10 leaks are showing the design changes when compared to the Fuji X-T1, such as the alterations of the button placement and dial functionality.
Alongside the X-T10 camera, Fujifilm will also announce a new lens, whose development has already been confirmed. Before the May 18 announcement event, the specs and photos of the Fujifilm XF 90mm f/2 R LM WR lens have been leaked on the web. The telephoto prime will be weathersealed, but it will not offer OIS technology.
If you are a Fujifilm X-T1 owner, then you will be pleased to hear that the company has announced the firmware version 4.0 for both the X-T1 and the X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition. The Fujifilm X-T1 firmware update 4.0 will comes packed with a few autofocus improvements and other new functions at the end of June 2015.
Fujifilm will announce a cheaper version of the X-T1 on May 18. Before the launch event, the specs and price of the camera have been leaked. Now it is time for the first Fujifilm X-T10 photos to show up on the web, too. The Black and Silver versions have both showed up and their design is a tad different when compared to the X-T1.