The closer we get to Photokina the more excited we’re becoming. Canon will supposedly unveil the 7D Mark II (among other things), Sigma supposedly has several lenses up its sleeve, we might see the next ZEISS Otus lens, and now, we’re also hearing talk of a Fuji X100S successor making an appearance with some significant upgrades.
According to Fuji Rumors — who pulled together the rumored specs and info from its own sources as well as what other rumor sites are reporting — the camera will either be called the X100T or X200 and sport faster AF than its predecessor, an improved EVF, a 24MP X-Trans sensor (the X100S only boasts 16MP), a tilting screen and a wider phase detection area.
Of course, we’re far less likely to trust a Fuji rumor ever since the company itself leaked what seem to be false rumors of a minor X-T1 upgrade, but all of this tracks fairly well with what we’d expect from a followup to the much-loved X100S.
While we wait to find out for sure, drop us a line in the comments and let us know what you’d like Fuji to include in the X200/X100T.
(via Fuji Rumors)