Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.
Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.
Fujifilm registers two new cameras for certification and extends a third
Search
Fujifilm registers two new cameras for certification and extends a third
MirrorlessReports Admin
/ Categories: X & G Mounts (Fuji), Rumors

Fujifilm registers two new cameras for certification and extends a third

According to Nokishita, Fujifilm has submitted two new cameras for certification in China, with the part numbers of FF190004 and FF190005.  Also, the release date of FF190003 has been pushed back from January 24th to February 4th.

Now what's interesting about these, is that FujiRumors has broken out the part numbers into what the actual cameras will be;

FF190004 - X-T4 

FF190005 - Fujifilm X100V

FF190003 - Fujifilm X-T200

Not only that, but the X-T4 is going to come out with IBIS.  Fujifilm engineers have stated in the past that they are working to make the IBIS unit smaller so they can use it in their other models, and the X-T4 is the first to offer it.  The X-T4 is supposed to ship around March timeframe.

The X100V will have a new lens, but still 23mm and the announcement is expected in February.

The X-T200 will be like the X-A7 but with a centered viewfinder.


This post may contain affiliate links(s). An affiliate link means I may earn advertising/referral fees if you make a purchase through my link, without any additional cost to you. It helps to keep this site afloat. Thank you in advance for your support. If you like what we do here, maybe buy me a coffee.
Previous Article Tamron Patent Application: 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 for APS-C Mirrorless
Next Article Sony E 16-55mm f/2.8 G Review
Print
Rate this article:
No rating
Please login or register to post comments.

Theme picker

Search

Categories

Our Sponsors


Use MREPORTS for $10 off AuroraHDR


Use MREPORTS for $10 off Luminar


Use MREPORTS for 20% off PhotoLemur

Terms Of UsePrivacy StatementCopyright 2020 by Mirrorless Reports
Back To Top