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Fujifilm's rumored ILC leaked?

From the low-resolution images, it seems the company's new ILC has a chassis design and rear button layout that bear a close resemblance to the X100.

Fujifilm's new ILC
Is this an image of Fujifilm's new ILC? Photo Rumors

Photos of Fujifilm's rumored mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (ILC) have emerged on popular rumor site Photo Rumors.

From the low-resolution images, it seems the company's new ILC has a chassis design and rear button layout that bear a close resemblance to the X100. Although both cameras appear to share features such as a dedicated shutter and exposure compensation dial, it's unknown if the Fujifilm ILC will sport a hybrid viewfinder.

Earlier, the Japanese camera maker confirmed plans to launch a large-sensor ILC next year that promises to deliver better resolution and noise performance than dSLRs with conventional 35mm sensors.

If this is true, we could be looking at a game changer from Fujifilm that may involve fitting a full-frame sensor into a relatively compact X100-like chassis.

Fujifilm's new ILC
Photo Rumors

(Source: Crave Asia)