What to expect for the 2014 CP+ show (first announcement tomorrow)

The 2014 CP+ show will start on February 13 and companies will begin announcing their new products in the next 2-3 weeks. Here is a quick recap on what to expect from the major camera manufacturers:


The first announcement will be tomorrow for the Fuji X-T1 camera. Here are the prices of the new Fuji products (in Japanese yen):

  • Fuji X-T1 camera: ¥150,000 (around $1,460), shipping on February 15, 2014
  • Fuji X-T1 kit with XF18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS  lens: ¥190,000 (around $1,850)
  • Vertical battery grip VG-XT1 for X-T1: ¥25,000 (around $240)
  • Hand grip MHG-XT for X-T1: ¥13,000 (around $120)



picture via @DRphotorumor

Next will be the Olympus OMD E-M10 - the official announcement will be on Wednesday, January 29th.



picture via photographybay

Panasonic will announce a new GH4 camera on February 7th - maybe this will be the 4k prototype they had on display during CES.


For now we have only one leaked teleconverter from Pentax.


Sony will most likely announce a new super-zoom bridge camera with a very fast processor, a new compact and one mirrorless model.


There is not much information on what Canon will announce for the CP+ show. There were some rumors for a new Canon G1 X Mark II camera. It seems that after all the buzz, there will not be a new Canon EOS 7D Mark II and the most likely scenario for CP+ will be a new entry level DSLR camera. A new DSLR with a global shutter capable of 2.5k video is also rumored, but it is not clear if it will be announced for CP+.


See my Nikon expectations here.

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