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Rumors of inexpensive Fujifilm X-series camera hit the web
Leaked details of a possible inexpensive Fujifilm X-series cameras have hit the web today. The camera pictured in the leaked images is apparently named the X-A1, and appears to be built around a 16MP APS-C CMOS sensor with a more traditional Bayer filter instead of Fujifilm's unique X-Trans, but otherwise it looks pretty similar to the recently released X-M1.
Other leaked details mention a 3-inch tilting LCD, Wi-Fi, and 5.6 fps burst mode. Assuming the picture below isn't just an elaborate Photoshop job, it looks like the X-A1 will come in at least three colors: black, blue, and red.
|The three colors of the rumored X-A1 in a leaked photograph, shown alongside a telephoto X-mount lens.|
If the X-A1 becomes a reality, you can be sure that we'll be carrying full details, including official images and specs when the time comes. Watch this space.