Fujifilm has introduced the high-end X-S1 superzoom and has confirmed its intention to make a mirrorless digital camera with interchangeable lenses. The X-S1 is an addition to the corporate’s X sequence and is constructed across the identical 2/3” EXR CMOS sensor because the not too long ago introduced X10. In the meantime, the corporate’s president and CEO Shigetaka Komori stated it’ll create an interchangeable-lens mirrorless digital camera constructed round a bigger sensor with “low-noise and determination.” [that] it’ll outperform the complete dimension 35mm sensor. We’re not taking this to imply that it will be a full-frame digital camera. Extra particulars can be introduced nearer to the spring 2012 launch. The X-S1 includes a 26x-equivalent F2.8-5.3 zoom, 24-624mm and can be out there from early 2012. (through DCWatch )

Representatives of Canadian Fuji, utilizing the Twitter account’@fujiguys‘ have added:

‘Fujifilm X Sequence Interchangeable Lens System = M4/3 or present mirrorless cameras. The X sequence can be “premium” cameras!’

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