Last week, Fujifilm teased a new, apparently high-end X-series camera. Inevitably this has lead to a flurry of new rumors, much speculation about the camera's specification and now a slew of product photographs courtesy of Japanese site (English translation), apparently showing an 'X-T1'.

A very official-looking leaked image which shows the 'X-T1', a rumored high-end X-series mirrorless camera from Fujifilm, which the company has been teasing for a few days. The X-T1 is rumored to share the same 16MP X-Trans II sensor as the X100S and X-E2 in a weather-sealed body.
The X-T1 is also rumored to feature a 2.36 million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder and 8 fps continuous shooting, which (if true) would make it the most capable X-series model that Fujifilm has yet produced. 

At this point, we're not sure whether Fujifilm will have anything really new to announce when the camera finally gets officially launched, but you can be sure that when it does, we'll be on hand with a full report.