It was earlier that we reported that Fujifilm had officially launched a teaser for its upcoming Fujifilm X-T1 camera. The camera has been pegged for an official announcement on the 28th of January 2014 which isn’t too far off, so be sure to check back with us then for the all the official details! Now the good news is that if you were wondering how the camera might look like in real life, you’re in luck because Fujirumors has somehow managed to get their hands on leaked photos of the X-T1 that have been snapped in real life, giving photographers an indication of what they might be able to expect.
If you’re learning about the Fujifilm X-T1 for the first time, the rumors claim that the camera will sport a 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor II. It will also feature a bigger and better EVF, dual 8fps with AF tracking, a weather-sealed body for outdoors photography, a tilt screen LCD, built-in WiFi for wireless transfer between the camera and mobile devices, and a ISO range of up to 51,200 making it excellent for low-light photography, although admittedly the results will be quite noisy. It has also been rumored to be priced at around $1,800, although we’re not sure if this price is body-only or with the 18-55mm kit-lens. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but be sure to mark the 28th of January down on your calendars!