Not too long ago Nikon announced their Nikon 1 compact cameras with interchangeable lens. These new breed of cameras are starting to pop up all over the place, ranging from brands such as Olympus, Sony and now it looks like Fuji wants to get on board that train too. The company has just announced that they will be launching their own series of interchangeable mirrorless camera systems in Japan for Sprint 2012.
Unfortunately this is pretty much all that Fuji has decided to announce. No word on specs, price, or even a teaser of what we can expect. All the company has decided to say about their new system is that they will attempt to “achieve the highest image quality”. Could Fuji be following in the footsteps of Olympus by releasing a camera with a “classic” design, much like Fuji’s X100 (pictured above), or will they instead adopt something more modern like Sony and Nikon?
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