Fuji has bumped the release date of its new X-Pro2 from February 18 to early March. Fuji’s brief notice about the release date slip only cites a delay in production. Hopefully, this is only a couple weeks more waiting for the eager Fuji shooters out there.
The Fuji X-Pro2, X-E2S and X70 cameras are expected to be officially announced later this week. However, it looks like Fujifilm in France posted the YouTube sizzle videos for the cameras publicly a little too soon.
The videos have been removed now but here are a few screenshots showing off some of the looks at the new cameras and their features. [Read more…]
I don’t really have a whole lot to say about the new Fuji XF 35mm f/2 R WR lens other than its even smaller than I expected it to be. As you can see it mounted on the Fuji X-T10, it’s pretty compact – the X-T10 is already a pretty compact camera and the 35mm is a perfect walk-around lens at 53mm equivalent field of view. [Read more…]
New rumors suggest that Fuji may release the long-awaited X-Pro2 in early 2015. The X-Pro2 was previously rumored to be a full frame camera; however, recent info direct from Fuji denies that it will move to full frame and further commits that Fuji will stick with the APS-C format in the foreseeable future for its popular X-Series line of mirrorless cameras. [Read more…]
A tipster points to CP+ in February as the release timeframe for the rumored Fuji X-T1. Additionally, the X-Pro2 (successor to the popular X-Pro1) is being saved for Photokina in September according to our tipster.
The Photokina release for the X-Pro2 seems quite a stretch to me, since it was rumored to be pushed back from CES earlier this month. Of course, we’ll know soon enough if it doesn’t show up in February at CP+.
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