Photos of Fujifilm's rumored mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (ILC) have emerged on popular rumor site Photo Rumors.
From the low-resolution images, it seems the company's new ILC has a chassis design and rear button layout that bear a close resemblance to the X100. Although both cameras appear to share features such as a dedicated shutter and exposure compensation dial, it's unknown if the Fujifilm ILC will sport a hybrid viewfinder.
Earlier, the Japanese camera maker confirmed plans to launch a large-sensor ILC next year that promises to deliver better resolution and noise performance than dSLRs with conventional 35mm sensors.
If this is true, we could be looking at a game changer from Fujifilm that may involve fitting a full-frame sensor into a relatively compact X100-like chassis.