Fujifilm X-T3, X-H1 and GFX 100s rumors update

Here is the latest info on the rumored Fujifilm X-T3 and Fujifilm X-H1 cameras from FujiAddict:

Fujifilm X-T3 to come at Photokina 2018 with a new processor, which is where the X-H1 confusion came from. X-H1 will have the same processor as the X-T2. The max framerate will be 4k 60p for the X-T3, while the X-H1 max frame rate will be 4k 30p and 1080 120p, which is a little disappointing. The Fujifilm X-H1 will use the Fujifilm WP-126s battery which is also disappointing. It sounds like the X-H will only be special in the sense that it offers very special video-centric image quality via simulations.

Here is some info on the Fujifilm GFX 100s medium format camera:

The GFX R will be 50MP in 2018 and it will be followed by the GFX 100S in 2019/2020. The Fujifilm GFX 100S will be “expensive”, but this probably means it will retain the $6,499 price point of the previous camera, while the 50MP cameras will have a lower price point.

Via FujiAddict

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  • CG462

    The video specs of the XH1 are not impressive. I thought this was supposed to be their videocentric camera.

  • ZMWT

    In other words, all the real innovation in the mirrorless world first happens in m4/3, then it is copied across other platforms.

    • TurtleCat

      I would say it is less about the sensor size and more about how spec-centric the maker is. Companies with smaller shares need more bells and whistles to entice users from the larger installed base.

      • Exactly. But the big boys are surely feeling the heat and will soon have to also innovate if they want to stay at the top two positions.

        • TurtleCat

          You’re right about that. In this market things are more precarious than before. The big companies can’t sit by and do nothing. Well, maybe Canon can, but no one else.

    • RC Jenkins

      I think this is largely true. It’s definitely been one of the most innovative platforms. They put a lot of thought and future-proofing into things like the mount design. One of the oldest digital mirrorless formats–and maybe even the first to take advantage of mirrorless vs. DSLR differentiators.

      I do think, however, that the format is losing its differentiators as others offer more functions but with larger sensors. Olympus and Panasonic seem to react by going larger & more expensive.

    • Jeffry De Meyer

      If you ignore the 1” cameras

      • ZMWT

        Nikon did.

  • Alex Gordon

    Hopefully, the next GFX R will have the new processor and a few more autofocus points. That and a lower price point, and I will pick one up.

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