Fujifilm X-Pro2 camera is rumored again and now the upcoming flagship high-end digital camera will feature APS-C size sensor.
Fujifilm X-Pro2 to replace the X-Mount X-Pro1. As previously rumored the X-Pro1 digital camera will be replaced by the Fuji X-Pro2 sometime in 2015.
After being rumored to feature a full frame sensor for a long time, the Fujifilm X-Pro2 camera will come packed with the newly developed X-Trans APS-C sensor.
Fujifilm X-Pro2 Rumored to Feature APS-C Sensor
The rumor comes from a trusted Japanese source and posted by Fuji Rumors, that the X-PRO2 will feature an APS-C sensor. There are no more details about the X-Pro2 yet. If this rumor is true it would be a good news for the current users who invested in the excellent Fujinon lenses.
Previously Fujifilm’s manager said that there are no plans for a full frame camera or a new X-Pro2 for now. Also notted that “if user demand FF, really, I want to hear the reason why.”
In the meantime, Fujifilm X-Pro1 will get firmware updates and Fuji push their well support to the current X-Pro1 camera.
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