Earlier we had reported that thanks to a sighting in the Japanese newspaper, Fujifilm appeared to have teased an upcoming camera in the form of the Fujifilm X-T1. Well for those who remained a bit skeptical over the somewhat blurry and pixelated image, it seems that Fujifilm has decided to make things a little more “official” by announcing a teaser on its website where the image above was posted, essentially the same image as the one from before and also confirming that the company would have something to announce on the 28th of January 2014, which before that was also one of the rumored dates of the X-T1’s launch.
Fujifilm has yet to confirm the specs of the camera, but based on what we know and what the rumors are saying, the X-T1 is expected to sport a retro-ish design as you can see pictured above. The rumors also claim that it will sport a 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor II, 8fps with AF tracking shooting, an interchangeable X-mount lens, and will also come with a weather sealed body that would make the camera a pretty handy tool for photographers who typically shoot outdoors. No telling how much it will cost or when it will be released, but hopefully those are details that Fujifilm will share with us on the 28th of January, so be sure to check back with us then for the details.
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