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Fujifilm has no plans for a full frame camera for now

In a recent interview with 2how.com, Fujifilm’s manager Mr.Kawahara said that for now there are no plans for a full frame camera because that will require a new line of lenses (the current XF lenses will not cover a full frame sensor). Here are few other interesting points from the interview:

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Rumors: full frame Sony NEX mirrorless camera now coming in October

The Sony full frame mirrorless camera has been rumored for a while and the potential release date has been moving back and forth, but now it seems that everything is set for an October announcement. So what do we know about the first modern full frame mirrorless camera (after the digital Leica M)? Here is the list:

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The megapixels war is over, sensor size war is just starting up

The Verge published a nice video recap from Photokina: the megapixels war is over, sensor size war is just starting up. Some of the new cameras announced at Photokina 2012, like the Nikon D600, Canon 6D, Leica M-E, Sony RX1 show a new trend: many manufacturers are producing smaller and “more affordable” full frame cameras. Several companies […]

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Fuji now claims their XF lenses cannot cover a 35mm sensor, Sony and Panasonic full frame cameras are “possible”

After yesterday’s post about a recent statement from a Fuji representative that some XF lenses are compatible with a full frame sensor, the same Hiroshi Kawahara from Fujifilm told a completely different story to dpreview: It has also moved to quell suggestions that its XF lenses are ready for a full-frame X-mount camera. ‘It would not work […]

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