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If the rumors are true, Fujifilm is expected to officially announce the Fujifilm X-H1 mirrorless camera in the next couple of days. We have been hearing about the camera in a steady stream of leaks, with the most recent revealing the possible design of it. However none of this is official yet so there was always the off-chance that it could all be one massive hoax.

However it looks like the rumors have since been corroborated by Amazon, who for a very brief moment actually listed the camera on its website. This was spotted by the folks at Fuji Rumors who were quick enough to snag some screenshots before the page was taken down. The listings were for the X-H1 (body only), the X-H1 with grip, and also the vertical grip accessory for the camera.

All these pages have since been removed, which we guess only serves to further “confirm” that the camera is indeed real and that we can probably expect an announcement soon. For those hearing about the X-H1 for the first time, this will be an upcoming mirrorless camera by Fujifilm that will come with features that are aimed towards videographers.

This includes the ability to capture video at 4K resolution (30fps, unfortunately) and will also feature in-body image stabilization. It is also said to resemble the Fujifilm GFX in terms of design. Either way with an announcement rumored for either the 14th or 16th of February, we should be able to find out all the official details soon enough.

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

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