CURIOSITY: Fujifilm Switzerland Shows X-Pro3 without Hidden but Regular Tilt LCD Screen

Here is a weekend curiosity:

Fujifilm Switzerland is currently showing a Fujifilm X-Pro3 with a normal tilt LCD screen rather than with the hidden LCD.

I have no idea why they decided to photoshop the mini-LCD away and replace it with a regular one.

Some will speculate that Fujifilm is now preparing for a Fujifilm X-Pro3 MKII with normal tilt LCD. Well, I have no information about such a camera coming. Nor have I information about the Fujifilm X-Pro4.

Let’s see how long it takes for Fujifilm Switzerland to fix it. Or maybe they are preparing for April 1? ;)


LEAKED Image of Sigma 23mm f/1.4 DC DN

Nokishita leaked the first image of the Sigma 23mm f/1.4 DC DN (see image above).

The image shows the L-mount version, but there will be also a Fujifilm X mount version of it.

  • Sigma 23mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary (Image is L-mount)
  • Lens construction: 13 sheets in 10 groups
  • Minimum shooting distance: 25cm
  • Maximum shooting magnification: 1:7.3
  • Filter diameter: 52mm
  • Size: φ65.8 x 76.9mm
  • Weight: 340g
  • Mount: L-mount, Sony E-mount, Fujifilm X-mount

via asobinet via digicame-info

CANCELED: No More Fujifilm X Summit in April – Trusted Source

Back in January Fujifilm officially announced the next Fujifilm X Summit for April.

But today a trusted source reached out to us and told us that Fujifilm has now decided to cancel the April X summit event.

I have no idea if Fujifilm will make an official announcement about the event being deleted, or if they’ll just let April pass and hope we simply forgot about it.

But what I am sure is this: there is no X summit in April. That’s Trusted Stuff.

Evidently something did not go according to plan.

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Fujifilm Spain Displays Camera Roadmap with New “Disruptive” Models Coming in May and September

During the presentation of the Instax Mini 12, Fujifilm Spain displayed a slide showing the Fujifilm camera roadmap, with new models to come in May and September. The Spanish website Fujistas reports:

The presentation […] had an unexpected surprise: a slide that unveiled the camera roadmap in 2023. The graph contrasts the last two new cameras in both Instax and the X Series:

His conclusion: there will be two X series cameras and two Instax cameras coming in the next 7 months.

Since Fujifilm has announced the Fujifilm X Summit for April, Fujistas speculates that the X summit could take place in the final days of April and hence the release of the first camera on the roadmap could be in May.

Fujifilm Spain has described these four novelties as “disruptive”

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