Hasselblad already announced the world’s first medium format mirrorless camera “Hasselblad X1D-50c”. The Hasselblad X1D-50c features a 50MP full frame sensor (from Sony) and it is compatible with all the existing Hasselblad medium format lenses. Now Fuji has to announce something new to compete with Hasselblad.
And, Fujifilm is indeed working on a medium format system and the system has already gotten the green light from upper management. This info is confirmed by one of their top Japanese sources. According to the report from FujiRumors, Fujifilm will release their medium format camera with three new lenses. Currently, the details of these new Fuji products are still unknown. The previous rumor said Fujifilm medium format camera will be available in 2017 and it will feature a 50MP medium format sony sensor, just like the Pentax 645Z. And a new Fujifilm medium format camera, if priced somewhere between the Pentax 645D and the Pentax 645Z, will be a huge deal.
The newly announced Fuji cameras and lenses:
And the Big Fuji Sales are still live. Take advantage while you can.
- Fujifilm Medium Format Camera: 50MP Sensor, Available in 2017?
- Fujifilm Medium Format Mirrorless Camera Coming by the end of Summer?
- Fujifilm Medium Format Camera Coming at Photokina 2016?
- 50MP Hasselblad Mirrorless Medium Format Camera Coming on June 22
- Hasselblad X1D Medium Format Mirrorless Camera Leaked