Fujifilm is rumored to be working on a mirrorless camera with a medium format image sensor. The company is expected to announce a new Medium Format mirrorless camera by the end of this Summer.
According to Fujirumors, the upcoming medium format camera will feature hybrid viewfinder and an identical sensor to that of the Pentax 645Z. This means Sony’s 50-megapixel (or higher) CMOS sensor will make its way to Fuji’s MF mirrorless camera too.
This could also mean that the MF camera will capture photos at 51.4 megapixels, a slightly higher resolution than that provided by the same sensor in the Hasselblad H5D-50c and Phase One IQ250 cameras.
Fujifilm Medium Format Mirrorless Camera Coming This Summer
The rumored Fuji medium format mirrorless camera is currently in the prototype stage. The rumors said it looks like Fujifilm X-Pro1, and has a bigger size than Fuji GF670.
Fujifilm Medium Format Mirrorless Camera Rumored Features
- Looks like Fujifilm X-Pro1
- To be announced by the end of Summer
- Hybrid viewfinder
- Size bigger than the Fuji GF670
- Same Sony CMOS sensor as used on Pentax 645Z