Fujifilm X-Pro2 Delayed, Will Use the Same Sony A7000 Sensor

The upcoming Fujifilm X-Pro2 flagship X-mount camera is delayed to 2016 and it will use the same Sony a7000 sensor, according to the latest rumors.

As we said several days ago, the Sony a7000 got delayed and this new Sony E-mount mirrorless camera is rumored to be released sometime in 2016 instead of late 2015.

If Fujifilm X-Pro2 ot others want to use the same a7000 sensor, they have to wait at least 6 months after the sensor gets officially used on a Sony camera. And then they have the permission to use it in their own cameras.

Fujifilm X-Pro2 Rumored Specs:

  • APS-C sensor (TS + AS + AS)
  • 24MP sensor (AS) – More than 16MP (AS)
  • Weather Sealed
  • 1/8000 of a second mechanical shutter speed (TS)
  • dual SD card slot (NeS)
  • coming late 2015 (TS + AS)
  • coming September / October (OS + OS)
  • tilt screen (AS)
  • WiFi (AS)
  • Non organic ASP-C X-Trans sensor (OS)
  • X-PRO2 version with about 1.3 crop factor compared to FF (NeS)
  • Price about 20% to 30% more expensive than the X-T1 (AS)
  • 4K video (TS + NeS)
  • Faster Processor EXR III (TS)
  • smaller than X-PRO1 (OS)
  • Sync Speed faster than 1/180th

Stay tuned for more info.

Source: fujirumors, sonyalpharumors

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