To date, all Fujifilm X-series mirrorless cameras have featured an APS-C sensor, including the flagship X-Pro1. However, that trend may change once the X-Pro2 is released.
New rumors suggest that the X-Pro2 will sport a full frame sensor. Of course, this will also affect the lens line up because the current XF lenses likely don’t cover the full frame sensor size.
Accordingly, Fuji will have to launch new full frame lenses along with the X-Pro2. Initial rumors cite that 3-5 new full frame lenses will be launched alongside the X-Pro2, which could arrive as early as Photokina 2014.
[via Fuji Rumors]
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