Fuji X Interchangeable Lens Camera More Photos and News

Fuji X Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera:

The Fuji X100 is an awesome camera but the one thing many wish for was an interchangeable lens version.  Well, as many of you know, there have been more and more rumors about the new Fuji mirrorless interchangeable lens camera dubbed the Fuji X, the Fuji LX, The Fuji LX10 or simply X1 circulating around the web, and it’s definitely getting me excited as to what Fuji has in store for us.  This is the most recent photo but you can check out some older leaked photos of Fuji’s new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera at photorumors if you want.  A possible APS-C sensor (it’s amazing what they can do with an APS-C sensor nowadays), fast interchangeable lenses like a 35 ƒ1.4, maybe an hybrid EVF (although I am not a big fan of EVF’s because they drive me crazy), handling similar to a Fuji X100 and Leica M9…man, if this camera comes out it’s definitely going to be a game changer.  The Fuji X or LX is a camera many have been waiting for for a very long time.

New Fuji X on display at the PMA 2012:

So rumor has it that the new Fuji X or LX will be on display at PMA 2012.  So if any of you are going to the CES show (you can check out the info here), you should definitely stop by and check out Fuji’s booth.  One more week, and we will hopefully get to see what Fuji has in store for us.  On a side note, I’ve always been a big fan of Fuji cameras.  They use to make nice medium format rangefinders back in the day of the film era, and to me, it seems Fuji is coming out of no where right now, and just banging out some great cameras.  First the X100, then the X10, and now a possible mirrorless interchangeable camera based on the X100.  If I find more info on the new Fuji X, I will definitely post it.


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    • Patrick

      Thanks for your comment, and thanks for your kind words. The Fuji X is now called the Fuji X-Pro1, and it has been released already. I will be posting a review of the Fuji X-Pro1 when I get my hand on one very soon, so please stay tuned. Thanks for stopping by!

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