There have been several leaks and rumors in the past regarding the Fujifilm X-Pro2, which for those unfamiliar is one of Fujifilm’s mirrorless cameras. For those who love the X-Pro1 and want to upgrade to the X-Pro2, thanks to the folks at Digicame-Info, additional detailed specs of the camera have leaked online.
Kicking things off, Digicame-info seems to have confirmed the 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor. They have also confirmed that the camera will sport a 1/8000 shutter speed, and an electronic shutter speed of 1/32,000. It will feature Fujifilm’s X Processor Pro image processing engine, fast AF, and a hybrid multi viewfinder.
It will also support dual SD cards and is UHS-II compatible. It has also been rumored to be made from magnesium alloy and will be both dust and water-resistant, similar to the X-T1 which is a weather resistant camera. There will be a built-in LCD monitor, but it seems that there is no touchscreen functionality.
Its ISO range is said to be from 200-12,800, There will be WiFi support, Full HD video capture at 60fps (no 4K it seems), and a brand new menu. Unfortunately pricing and availability of the X-Pro2 have yet to be determined, but with photos and specs leaking at this rate, we reckon an announcement should be close at hand. Until then, take it with a grain of salt.