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Yet Another Rumor Suggests that Fuji Will be Going Full-Frame Mirrorless Soon

Murmurings that Fujifilm will be one of the next companies to introduce a full-frame mirrorless camera aren't new. The X200 is supposedly going to be full-frame and Fuji's executives themselves confirmed that they "would like to challenge" the full-frame market when they spoke to DPReview at CP+.

Pilling on to all this talk is a new piece of info sent to Fuji Rumors that seems to indicate the X200 isn't the only camera Fuji might be packing a full-frame sensor into. According to the tipster -- who is a new source, so extra salt on this one -- the X-Pro2 is also going to be a full-frame camera.

Photos and a Press Release Detailing the Upcoming Entry-Level Fuji X-A1 Leaked

Up till now, we hadn't heard much in way of specs for Fuji's rumored entry-level X-Series camera, the X-A1. We knew it was going to be a step down from the X-M1 and a step up from the X100, and we'd seen a questionable picture, but that was it.

A Czech site changed all that yesterday, however, when they accidentally published both a press release and more photos of the upcoming shooter.

Photo of Fuji’s Soon to be Released Entry-Level X-A1 Leaks Online

A month ago, we heard some rumors that Fujifilm was working on an entry-level X-Series camera for those of us who didn't want to spend on the X-M1 but wanted something better than the X100. Details were (and to some degree still are) a bit thin, but now we have what seems to be the first leaked photo of the upcoming mirrorless camera.

Fuji May Announce Entry-Level X-Series Mirrorless Camera with Tiny 2/3 Sensor

Update: It seems that this rumor was off base. The latest word is that there is indeed a 2/3 sensor coming, but it will appear in a new XS2 fixed lens camera. The upcoming entry-level X-Series camera will continue to feature a APS-C-sized sensor. That makes a lot more sense.

We've heard that Fujifilm is primed to make some camera announcements this summer, and according to Digicame-Info one of those announcements may be a new entry-level X-mount mirrorless camera. The camera is expected to be announced in the summer (possibly June, according to PhotoRumors) and made available in the fall for anywhere between $550 and $700.

But it's not the price, release date, or even the existence of a potential entry-level mirrorless ILC from Fujifilm that has people talking. Instead, it's the rumor that the camera will come to market sporting a tiny 2/3-inch X-Trans CMOS sensor.

Rumor: Fujifilm X-Pro2 May Arrive in June Sporting Dual Processors

The popular Fujifilm X-Pro1 came out over a year ago, meaning that rumors of a replacement are starting to pick up some serious speed. According to Nippon Magazine, the company has three new cameras in the works for this year, with release dates ranging from this month to September, and one of those cameras is the X-Pro2.

Fujifilm Primed to Announce Low and High-End X Models at Photokina

Photokina is only a couple of months away, and it looks like Canon and Nikon won't be the only ones making major announcements and shaking up the camera market. According to Fuji Rumors, Fujifilm -- initially reported to have a cheaper X-Model camera in the works -- will actually be announcing two new models, one low-end and one high-end.