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Thursday, October 13, 2011

New Fuji Mirrorless X-S1

According to DC Watch Fuji announced durring the press event for the X10 in Tokyo a new Mirrorless system to come out Spring of 2012. It is to be a SLR-Like body (minus the mirror) and to be the interchangeable lens complement to the new X-series line up that includes the X100 and X10
FujiFilm president and CEO Shigetaka Komori also said it will create system using interchangeable lenses  with a camera built "around a larger sensor" with "resolution and low noise (that) will surpass the 35mm full size sensor."
Quote from DCWatch site: "In addition, in the spring of 2012 "to bring the finest SLR mirror-less system"

More pictures can be found here: DC.Watch and (both translated via google) and Dpreview

Sorry for the delay everyone but it got lost in the iPhone scramble last week

According to Twitter from Canadian FujiFilm Reps account "@fujiguys" have added:
"X Series family: X100, X10, X100, XS-1, & Interchangeable Camera System. More info at CES 2012" 
'Fujifilm X Series Interchangeable lens system not = M4/3 nor current mirrorless cams. X series will be "premium" cameras!.'


photo taken by Art Wolfe

Award Winning Photographers Share Stage, Images, and Experience for First Time Anywhere

PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo will present a special keynote presentation titled, "A Force for Nature," on Saturday, October 29 from 12:00 noon -- 1:00 p.m. at the Javits Convention Center. For the first time ever, three of the world's most acclaimed nature and outdoor photographers come together on stage to share images and insights about the power of photography to shape ideas about our natural world. Sponsored by Epson and Manfrotto / Gitzo, the keynote presentation is open to all registered PhotoPlus Expo attendees but space is limited. Registration to attend PhotoPlus Expo is free.

The keynote will feature visual presentations by world-renowned and award-winning nature photographers Frans Lanting, Thomas Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe, followed by a live discussion moderated by photo industry expert Patrick Donehue. The photographers will answer audience questions as well as questions submitted by email to

"PhotoPlus Expo is always exploring ways to create unique learning opportunities where attendees will experience something they simply can't find anywhere else," explains Jeff McQuilkin, Director - PDN PhotoPlus International Conference & Expo. "The ability to see, listen and learn from three of the most celebrated nature photographers in the world certainly helps us deliver that experience."

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