Fuji to launch a new camera with a high-megapixels sensor

In a recent interview with dpreview, Fujifilm executive confirmed that they will launch a new camera with a high-megapixels sensor:

Q: Last time we spoke you told us that you were very aware of the need for higher resolution in the X-series lineup. Has anything changed since then?

A: We still have the same objective, and our R&D team is working very hard to meet this demand. We will go to a higher megapixel [sensor] at some point. It’s on the way.

Q: How do you see the X-series evolving in the next 2-3 years?

A: In many ways. There are many things we have to do. Of course we need to increase resolution. We’ve designed lenses which are capable of coping with higher resolution sensors, so our lenses are currently waiting for higher resolution sensors and processors. And of course focusing is a challenge – we need a faster focusing system. And also movie quality. This is one of the criticisms of the X-series and we need to solve this issue.

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