Chinese company is making a 35mm f/0.95 lens for our X PRO 1!

What you see here on top is a rendering of the future 35mm f/0.95 lens for the X system made by the chinese company ShenyangZhongyi. The company name is unkown to me and I don’t knwo their history. But every new lens for the X system is welcome. Hope the bigger ones like Sigma and Tokina will do some lenses too!

via Xitek

PDNonline confirms the Fuji lens roadmap (and adds small bits of info)

PDNonline (Click here) posted the Fuji lens roadmap and added some info about the aperture of most of these lenses:

•    14mm (21mm equivalent) super wide
•    18-72mm f/4 (27-108mm equivalent) image stabilized zoom
•    23mm f/2 (34mm equivalent) wide
•    28mm f/2.8 pancake design (42mm equivalent) normal
•    12-24mm f/4 (18-36mm equivalent) image stabilized zoom
•    70-200mm f/4 (105-300mm equivalent) image stabilized zoom

As you see the only lens that lacks an aperture info is the 14mm lens. Fuji marketing said it shoudl be somewhere between f/1.4 and f/2.0. I guess it will be the second :)

Fuji M-mount comes in April, Fuji X entrly level camera sometimes later.

Photographyblog (Click here) reports that Fuji will release the new M to X mount adapter in April. That’s just one month after the X PRO 1 will hit the stores. Dpreview (Click here) has been told by Fuji that one more less expensive X mount camera will come in future. AT the same time they gave two more interesting info:
1) New X10 firmware will be released in February to fix the ‘white-orb’ issue.
2) Fujifilm Digital Imaging director Adrian Clarke said that when launching the X100 they didn’t know who was going to buy the X100: “but twice as many people bought them as we expected.

I am wondering how this “entry-level” X camera will be. Probably it will have an optical viewfinder only, and be a bit smaller. But I cannot imagine it to be much cheaper than the X PRO 1. Cannot image Fuji to use cheap plastic to lower the cost of the body.