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Fujifilm X-Pro2 leaks

Images of the follow-up to the much-loved Fujifilm X-Pro1 have leaked onto the internet ahead of an official announcement.

It’s been four years since the original Fujifilm X-Pro1 arrived to wow mirrorless camera fans. That’s a long time in camera tech.

Now, finally, Fujifilm looks set to announced a follow-up. Fuji Rumours has posted pictures (via Engadget) of what appears to be the Fujifilm X-Pro2.

Despite the long time between releases, the X-Pro2 looks very similar indeed to the X-Pro1, with the same retro design (which felt quite fresh back at the beginning of 2012) and distinctive slanted control cut-away.

However, there are notable improvements that can be spotted here. For one thing, there’s a new viewfinder which could well have been carried across from the excellent Fujifilm X100T.

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There also appear to have been a few tweaks and additions to the controls, including what seems to be a new joystick.

But we’ll likely have to wait for the official unveiling to learn what the new Fujifilm X-Pro2 can actually do. Rumour has it that Fuji will be announcing its new mirrorless camera on January 15, so we shouldn’t have too long to wait.

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