As you can see from the screenshot below, the official Fujifilm page writes:
The FUJIFILM GFX System and X Series Camera Body and Camera Kit Product Savings and Promotional Offers are effective from August 4 – September 28, 2019 or while dealer supplies last.
However, it seems that the Fujifilm summer deals last day is actually today, September 29. So you have a few more hours to grab the super discounted Fujifilm X-H1.
- X-H1 + Grip (pay only $999): BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
- X-H1 + Grip + XF 8-16/2.8 (save $1,000): BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
- X-H1 + Grip + XF 16-55/2.8 (save $800): BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
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The Next Fuji
Yesterday we reported, that, based on the registration protocols of the wireless parts the Fujifilm camera registered under the code name FF190003, Nokishita speculated that:
- it not an X-Trans camera
- it not made by Xacti (who makes Fuji X series entry level cameras)
- it could be a GFX camera
This didn’t leave much space for interpretation, since, taking away entry level cameras, the only Bayer sensor cameras in the Fujifilm world are GFX cameras.
But now I have been contacted by a Japanese reader, who told me google messed up the automatic translation, and the real translation is actually:
it appears that Fujifilm is going to introduce another model. From the model number of the wireless parts, it doesn’t seem like it will be a Xacti model, so probably it’s an X-Trans or GFX camera
This changes everything, since this means the FF190003 camera…
- is not made by Xacti (hence no entry level Fujifilm camera)
- could be X-Trans (!!!)
- could be GFX
But there is more!
The reader pointed out, that probably Nokishita is speculating on the basis of the inclusion of bluetooth 4.2, which is not available in lower end Fujifilm cameras, whereas even lower end Fuji cameras use wireless IEEE802.11b/g/n.
This was correct, until the Fujifilm X-A7 hit the market, which also has bluetooth 4.2.
The third registered camera could be just anything, from a flagship X or GFX series camera to an entry level X or GFX camera. It could be Bayer or X Trans. It could be made by Xacti or made by Fujifilm.
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As we know, Fujifilm recently registered three cameras:
- FF190001 = X-A7
- FF190002 = X-Pro3
- FF190003 = ?
So still to see what the FF19003 is, but Nokishita says:
In addition to X-Pro3, Fujifilm is likely to see another model. Probably not an X-Trans machine or GFX, as it is not made by Zakuti from the model number of the wireless parts.
It’s not X-Trans, it is not made by Xacti Zakuti, which I told you already back in 2017, is now developing Fujifilm entry level line of cameras (Fujifilm outsourced entry level cameras development to save R&D).
So remains the GFX.
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