Fujifilm X-Pro2, the successor of X-Pro1 is rumored to be announced at Photokina 2014 this September. According to some sources, the X-Pro1 replacement will be unveiled at Photokina 2014 and the new X-Pro2 release date expected by the end of the year.
As we have posted earlier, Fujifilm’s manager said that there are no plans for a full frame camera or a new X-Pro2 for now. The X-pro2 is in the rumor mill for even a year and after the CP+ show and the announcement of the weather sealed X-camera, Fuji X-T1, it will be the more speculated camera till Photokina show in September.
Fujifilm X-Pro2 is Rumored To Be Announced at Photokina 2014
In the meantime, Fujifilm X-Pro1 will get firmware updates and Fuji push their well support to the current X-Pro1 camera. We’ll see if rumors become true. See below for the interview notes as a reminder.
- For now there are no plans for a new X-PRO1 successor, but there will be another X-Pro1 firmware update.
- Fujifilm is considering sensors bigger than 16MP in the future (obviously).
- Fujifilm is committed to releasing firmware updates for their cameras (even older models).
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