Several months ago I told you that Fuji planed to launch an X-PRO1S first, and then follow with the X-PRO2 in 2015. Now, an anonymous source, told me that:
„no X-Pro1s on the horizon… all R&D [research and development] is being placed into X-Pro2 for 2015.“
Maybe, given the great success of the X-T1, Fuji decided to cut off plans for the X-PRO1S and let the X-T1 remain their top high-end X-series camera until the launch of the X-PRO2.
This rumor comes from an anonymous source, who gave itself a nickname, so that I can recognize it in future (thanks for this). It also shared rumors in the past. Some of the rumors are still unconfirmed and others (X-T1 price) were correct.
For now, take it with a tiny grain of salt.
And feel free to use the rumor box to contact me anonymously (feel free to use a nickname) or drop me an email at fujirumor [at] gmail.com.
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