Thanks to various leaked images, we kind of have an idea of what the upcoming Fujifilm X-T2 camera will look like. However thanks to the good folks over at Fuji Rumors, it seems that they have managed to get their hands on what appears to be a video of the upcoming camera in which we get to see a bit more of it.

Unfortunately the video is a bit short and doesn’t go into detail about the camera’s features and functions, but we reckon you should still be able to get an idea of what to expect. For the most part, the X-T2 appears to be similar to its predecessor, but there are some changes to its outer hardware that might not be so obvious at a glance.

For example Fujifilm has decided to remove the button that when pressed will allow users to record videos. Instead they have shifted the video recording mode to the dial on the left beneath the ISO dial. We reckon this could cause some confusion for users who are looking for the feature, but it remains to be seen if that is indeed the case.

They have also added an extra metering mode and have also included a threaded release for its shutter button, thus allowing users to attach a shutter release cable or even a soft release button. Needless to say it should be taken with a grain of salt but with a rumored June/July launch, we probably won’t have to wait much longer for the official details.

Filed in Photo-Video >Rumors. Read more about Digital Cameras, Fujifilm, Mirrorless Cameras and X-t2.

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