Fujifilm’s X100 series of cameras are compact and perfect for everyday use. The fourth iteration, X100F, was released back in January 2017. It’s been a while, but according to the latest reports, we’ll see the new version next year.
Fuji Rumours are reporting that they’ve received what appear to be the first images of the fabled Fujifilm X-H1. A camera that seems to be a little more video oriented than Fuji’s previous cameras, offering even more than the X-Pro2’s new firmware update. There have been rumours of such a camera floating around for a long time now, but this seems to be the first proof that it’s actually going to be a real thing.
According to “new sources”, Fuji Rumors are reporting that Fuji are starting to take a serious interest in video. They say that Fujifilm will launch lenses with clickless apertures sometime in 2017. These lenses will be designed for users of the Fuji X system who primarily use their cameras for video.
The fast & accurate AF of the recently released Fujifilm X-T2 as well as outstanding image quality, it has fast become a favourite for some video shooters. Having native lenses and not relying on various adapters to use other system lenses will make a big difference.