Back in 2014, the Fujifilm X100T was announced. The X100T is the third Camera in Fujifilm’s range of X100 cameras, and just last year it was voted as one of the top cameras for traveling. So far the X100T has addressed most of the issues photographers had with the X100 and X100S, so we’re sure many are excited to see what its Successor could bring to the table.
Now according to a report from Fuji Rumors, it seems that the X100T’s successor might not even be of the X100 series anymore. According to them, the camera will be known as the X200 and it will be launching pretty soon, as in the second half of 2016. Given that the X100T was launched in 2014, we suppose 2 years for a successor sounds about right.
The rumors go on to claim that the X200 will feature a 24MP sensor similar to that of the X-Pro2, an enhanced hybrid viewfinder with a better refresh rate, a digital converter 35/50, a tiltscreen, and a new 28mm Lens, which is similar to that of the recently announced X70. This is interesting as the X100T had a 23mm lens, which actually makes for a pretty good street photography lens, so the jump to 28mm might not sit well with some.