Just the other day we were treated to an alleged photo of the upcoming Fujifilm X-T2. The camera has yet to be officially announced but so far photos and leaked information has been steadily making its way online, and if you were after more information, you’re in luck as the folks at Digicame-info have published the entire specs of the camera and a new photo of the device.
Now right off the bat it seems that for the most part, the X-T2 looks the same as its predecessor save for the new model name on the front. It’s a bit hard to make out the dials from here, but last we checked the X-T2 would have moved around some of the functions, but nothing too drastic or major.
As for the specs, Digicame-info more or less echoes what we have heard so far, which is its 24.3MP CMOS sensor, an X Processor Pro image processing engine, and it also looks like the X-T2 will be capable of shooting 4K video at 30fps, or Full HD at 60fps. Video was one of the criticisms the X-T1 faced so hopefully this time round Fujifilm has gotten it right.
It will also sport a 3-way tilting 3-inch LCD monitor, which is in line with earlier rumors, and will also sport 325 AF points. There will also be built-in WiFi and support for the Instax Share printer. No word on price but we reckon it will most likely end up being priced the same as the X-T1 when it was first launched, or at least around that range. The X-T2 is said to be announced on the 7th of July thanks to the invites Fujifilm has sent out, so check back with us next week for the details.