Fujfilm fans, prepare your wallets. Images of Fujifilm’s upcoming X-Pro2 have been leaked, giving us our first real glimpse of the successor to Fujifilm’s genre-defining X-Pro1 mirrorless camera.
From the images, it appears little has changed. The form factor keeps the retro-esque rangefinder aesthetic. The only real change is the relocation of a few buttons, most notably the function buttons, which have been moved from the left side of the screen to the right, making it easier to access them with the hand that’s holding the camera.
The front of the camera remains vitally unchanged as well, with the only notable difference being a new dial just above the grip. While we can’t be sure, it’s very possible this new dial will be customizable. The grip itself is also slightly changed, with a more carved ridge for better grip.
From previous rumors, the Fujifilm X-Pro2 is expected to feature a 24-megapixel sensor, dual SD card slots and an autofocus system with over 200 autofocus points.
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 is expected to be released on January 15th, 2016—just in time for CES 2016.