FujiAddict Rumor Timeline Roundup: Fujifilm X-H1, X-F10, X-F100, X-T3, GFX 50R, and GFX 100S

The past few days have been crazy for breaking rumors and FujiAddict sources really knocked it out of the park. So I have been asked to condense the release dates into an easy to read timeline with details, but hey when’s the last time 6 cameras leaked with tons of details in 3 posts anywhere, but here?


  • Fujifilm X-H1 Expected February 2018
    • IBIS
    • Max Framerate 4K :30fps. X-H1’s Max Framerate HD :120fps
    • Higher quality video than X-T2
    • exposure compensation button instead of exposure compensation Dial
    • Sub Monochrome LCD Monitor
    • Fujifilm WP-126s battery
    • much bigger and deeper hand grip
    • same processor as X-T2
    • in X photographers hands today
    • dust and weather-resistant body
    • camera for both videographers and photographers
    • ETERNA Film simulation
    • between $1900 and $2200
  • Fujifilm X80 will likely become XF10 due to a name change Launch date unknown
    • maybe bayer sensor
  • Fujifilm X-T100 Q1
    • include new XC 15-45 kit lens
    • Q1 is an opinion from source
  • Fujifilm GFX 50R Photokina 2018 (September 25 – September 30)
    • Price between $3,900 to $4,300
    • 50MP sensor still
    • Range Finder Medium Format Mirrorless İntercangeable Lens Camera
    • Announcement or shipping ( which one is not clear ) will be at  Photokina 2018
    • Basically X-Pro version of GFX 50S
  • Fujifilm X-T3 Photokina 2018 (September 25 – September 30)
    • New Processor
    • Max Framerate 4K : 60 fps


  • Fujifilm GFX 100S Photokina 2019 (May 8th to 11th) 0r 2020
    • very expensive
    • IMX461 Sensor, which we spotted first a long time ago

You can read the individual rumors (1, 2, 3, 4) and I will be writing about the various cameras listed above more in the future because I think we can make some safe inference like the video-centric X-H1 should have a grip with XLR jacks or even a guess/wish that maybe the video finder can be removed so that you can securely mount something like an ATMOS on top. It’s highly likely Fujifilm designed the X-H1 to do much of what the Panasonic GH5 does and more, while the X-T3 will likely be a Sony a9 killer. It’s important to use the right tool for the job.

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