updated 06:32 am EST, Mon January 20, 2014
Rumored X-T1 could have 16MP sensor, weather-sealing
Fujifilm is teasing a new retro-styled X-mount camera that it will be launching at the end of this month. Thought to be called the Fujifilm X-T1, the camera could potentially replace the X-Pro1 as the company's flagship camera, and though the teaser image gives little in the way of clues as to what the camera is capable of, the large number of dials on the top suggest it to be a manual-friendly device.
Dials for shutter speed, ISO, and exposure litter the top of the X-T1, with the large hump suggesting it to have an enlarged viewfinder space, and a dedicated recording button hints at its video capabilities. Fuji Rumors believes it to have a rear-mounted tilt screen, with earlier suggestion rumors suggesting it to have a 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans sensor II, an 8fps burst mode with AF tracking, and a weather-sealed body.
Considering Fujifilm state that the teased camera will be launched on January 28th, it is highly likely that more details about the camera will leak out in the next few days.