In case the Fujifilm X-Pro2 is a little too expensive for your liking, or maybe it lacks certain features that you wanted, word on the street is that Fujifilm could have a new X-T2 in the works and according to the latest rumors from Fuji Rumors, it seems that we will have to wait just a little bit longer to get our hands on it.
According to the rumor, it has been indicated that the camera’s launch will now take place in the first half of July. A rumor from last year suggested that we might be looking at a June launch, but last month we heard that it was possible that we might be looking at a June or early July launch, and now it looks like it has since been pushed to July.
However we suppose better late than never, right? In terms of what we can expect from the camera, recent leaks have shown off some subtle changes that Fujifilm has made to the camera’s controls. For starters they removed the dedicated video recording button and instead made it one of the modes under the ISO dial on the left of the camera.
There also appears to be a four metering mode dial underneath the shutter speed dial on the right. Fujifilm has also added a threaded release to the shutter release button, which should (finally) allow for the use of shutter release cables or soft release buttons. Needless to say you should probably take this with a grain of salt, but with June nearly upon us, it won’t be long until the official details are revealed (hopefully).