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    Exclamation New Fuji leak right before Mon's reveal...

    Check it out guys...

    Mirrorless Rumors | Blog | Next Fuji leak right before the official presentation!

    Admin doesn't think it looks like an APS-C size sensor... and I tend to agree...but what do you guy think is in store on Monday as yet another competitor jumps into the Mirrorless ring?
    Last edited by MrKal_El; January 3rd, 2012 at 05:26 PM.

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    It looks like it will be Leica competitor? Now when I hear Fuji products, I will think about good dynamic range. hmm, so tempting..... I can't wait what mount will be offered. M mount? hahaha

    The downside about this, mirrorless world is not stable as DSLR world. Minimum upgrade but too many types. We still can't predict if the next type will be worth buying or not. I never regret investing in DSLR because the next product line can be predicted but somehow I feel a little bit of regret when it comes to m43.

    I think Fuji is more like a quality guy less quantity. I hope Olympus and Panasonic copy that attitude :D
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    the fuji looks interesting!

    the one still big advantage of m43 is the arsenal of lenses available. it will still take a couple of years to build on a decent lens lineup.
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    I wonder if it will be priced less than the NEX-7 but more than the E-P3. That would be interesting!

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    Another lens mount!
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    Don't really know what to think from that mostly out of focus picture of part of a camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKal_El View Post
    Admin doesn't think it looks like an APS-C size sensor... and I tend to agree...but what do you guy think is in store on Monday as yet another competitor jumps into the Mirrorless ring?
    Fuji already tossed their hat in the ring with the X100. My guess is that the next camera will be an interchangeable lens version of the X100, which uses an APS-C sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canonista View Post
    Fuji already tossed their hat in the ring with the X100. My guess is that the next camera will be an interchangeable lens version of the X100, which uses an APS-C sensor.
    100% correct...

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    Pick up the nearest M43 camera and take a look at the screws on the mount. Now compare them to the ones in the leak photo.

    The Fuji won't be APS-C. By the looks of it, it'll be smaller than M43. It looks closer in size to...



    Or perhaps...





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