Fujifilm is allegedly working on a X-E3 camera that is expected to be announced in late 2017.
It looks like the mirrorless camera with APS-c sized image sensor is in the company’s To-Do list. It will be a new model to the X-E line-up and replace the current X-E2 model.
As you might remember, back in 2015, there were some talks that an X-E2 successor will never be released. Trusted sources are now reporting that the company will announce the X-E3 camera in fall of 2017.
Fujifilm X-E3 Camera Rumored to Come in late 2017
Fujifilm introduced the X-E1 for the Photokina 2012 event. One year later, the company unveiled the X-E2 camera. Despite the photographic world seeing the events of 2014 and 2016, Fuji users did not see any trace for the X-E3 camera.
Fujifilm X-E2 might be replaced by the Fujifilm X-E3, as the Japanese manufacturer is planning to release the mirrorless camera this fall. If we want to speculate about Fuji X-E3 features, we will get a list like this.
Expected X-E3 specs
- 24.3 megapixel X-Trans CMOS III (found on the X-Pro2 and X-T2)
- X-Processor Pro
- Larger EVF with higher refresh rate
- Articulated screen
- Larger Grip
If such a model will come at the end of 2017, we can foresee that there will be no 4K video recording feature in terms of price increase. Either way, the best thing to do is to keep all options open.
Stay tuned with us, as we’ll pass more information about the X-E3 camera ahead of the official announcement.
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