Jan 21 2014, 12:40pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
Fujifilm is teasing the launch of a new interchangeable lens camera that uses the X-mount. The camera will launch on January 28 and the one teaser shot is all that has been offered. The image shows the camera will have three adjustment knobs on top.
Those knobs give users easy access to manual controls. The manual knobs are also tipped to include one for controlling the ISO. NDTV reports that the camera is tipped to feature 16MP resolution. The camera is also rumored to have a tilting LCD and the ability to shoot bursts at up to 8fps.
The camera is said to be called the X-T1 and have a price that falls between existing cameras in the Fujifilm X-mount line. That's all we know about the camera now, but the official launch is only days away and all the details will be unveiled then.
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