The Fujifilm X-Pro1 mirrorless camera is just the most notable of a slew of cameras that Wells Fargo kindly preannounced for those suffering from CES anticipation.
According to the story (which photorumors.com spotted last night) the camera will use a new 16-megapixel APS-C EXR sensor, cost about $800, and initially ship at the same time as three prime lenses: 18mm f2 (27mm equivalent), 35mm f1.4, and 60mm f2.4.
It will also feature an updated version of the X100's hybrid viewfinder.
I'll have real coverage of it next week. Stay tuned.