Back in 2016, Fujifilm launched one of their latest flagship mirrorless cameras in the form of the X-Pro2. We imagine that following the success of their X-Pro series of cameras amongst those who prefer the rangefinder style, Fujifilm will probably at some point in the future launch the X-Pro3.

Now according to a report from Fuji Addict, they claim to have heard from a source who has since revealed some of the alleged specs of the X-Pro3. This includes the use of a 24MP/26.1MP X-Trans CMOS sensor, the X-processor 4 that comes with a quad CPU, the ability to record 4K video at 60fps, and also weather sealing in a magnesium alloy body.

What’s interesting is that the X-Pro3 is also rumored to adopt a feature of the Fujifilm X-H1 in the form of in-body image stabilization. The X-H1 is the first Fujifilm camera to adopt the feature, whereas in the past, image stabilization for Fujifilm cameras was limited to their lenses. By including it in the body, it means that image stabilization can be used across lenses.

Take it with a grain of salt for now, but we did hear that the X-Pro3 might actually be launched later this year. It has been about 3 years since the X-Pro2 was launched, so we suppose it is ripe for a successor.

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