Sometimes, old school stylings work. At least that's the case for FujiFilm. Their retro-styled cameras, which include the X100s, X-M1, have been getting quite a bit of love from the shutterbug community. Come January 28, these retro-styled camera aficionados will have something new to drool over, a new X-series camera.
According to sources, its to be called the X-T1 and among the features you'd be seeing in it would include, a 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans sensor II, 8fps with AF tracking and weather proofing. And from what we've seen from the picture, the whole bunch of dials for ISO, shutter speed and exposure controls will make this camera a manual photographers wet dream.
It would be nice to get a little more info but with 28 January just round the corner, we won't have to wait too long to feast our eyes on this classic looking beauty.
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