Third Fujifilm Camera Registration Found FF240001 Plus, GFX100S II, GFX25, X-Pro4, X100, and More

A new Fujifilm registration was leaked on Weibo a short time ago so now we have 3 cameras on the way from Fujifilm. The post also makes some interesting statements about there being 4-6 cameras expected in 2024 including the Fujifilm GFX100S II which will be a GFX100II with reduced video functionality. Fujifilm is also expected to release 4-6 cameras in 2024 so it should be an exciting year for fans of Fujifilm cameras.

FF230001 / GFX100 II / registered on 2023-1-13 / released on 2023-9-12
FF220002 / X-S20 / registered on 2023-2-3 / 2023-5-24 Published
FF230002 / Unreleased / Registered on 2023-6-19
FF230003 / Unreleased / Registered on 2023-11-24
FF240001 / Unreleased / Registered on 2023-12-08

Fujifilm is also believed to be working on a new X100 camera using Fujifilm’s 40MP sensor and IBIS system, plus the X-Pro4 will be brought up to speed with the X-T5 with a 40MP sensor and IBIS also. Beyond that there is a possibility of a highly specialized GFX 25 camera for high-speed shooting and the Fujifilm XE5 might finally be announced. You can see all the translated details below.

Fujifilm may release more than 4 new cameras in 2024, or even 6.

  1. 2024 is the year of GFX. GFX100S II will be launched after GFX100 II, which is very similar to the X-T5 after X-H2. Among them, the EVF changes back to a non-detachable design and the resolution is reduced. The body design is more retro, and the top is more elegant in appearance. Among them, 8K video has been cancelled.
  2. GFX100S II cancels most of the video functions and only provides full-width 4K/30pHQ and 4K/60p videos, as well as 1080/120p videos; it also cancels the 14bit 8fps RAW continuous shooting of 12bit AD, reducing the continuous shooting cache. But the focus system is consistent with the GFX100 II.
  3. The successor to the X100V is almost certain, but all specifications are unclear. But using the 40-megapixel sensors of the X-T5 and X-H2 is the biggest possibility.
    The following information is highly reliable:
  4. When the X-Pro 4 is updated, its performance will be basically the same as the X-T5. The most significant thing is that this abstract folding screen has been changed and finally turned into a modern flip screen, with an additional axis for normal Live View.
  5. X-Pro 4 brings new film simulation, but still retains the small film display. (Not the same source as 4)
  6. Relevant people claim that the X100V follow-up machine supports IBIS and lens anti-shake collaboration, and supports multi-frame 160MP high-resolution mode.
  7. GFX100S II may bring a new pricing range. GFX100S, GFX100S II, and GFX100 II will be sold at the same time, creating a new 4433 medium format price echelon. Among them, GFX100S may even drop in price.
    The following information is generally reliable:
  8. The high-resolution sensor of the X100V successor allows it to support a 35mm-equivalent lens and a 50mm mode that crops 20 million pixels. (Not Fuji’s style)
  9. 2023 Q3 to 2024 Q3 is the year of GFX, not only GFX 100 II, GFX 100S II, but also several GF lenses with good focusing performance. (Personally I doubt this)
  10. In addition, there is a new positioning camera called GFX 25. Its resolution is only 1/4 of the GFX 100 II, but it is suitable for high-sensitivity scenes, high-speed continuous shooting scenes, and the most important video. Scenes.
  11. Multiple information sources claim that the GFX 25 exists and believe that it is mainly used for video shooting. (I have received this obsession no less than 7 times.)
  12. GFX25 It supports 4:3 OG 5.8K/30p, 17:9 point-to-point 5.8K/60p, Premista crop point-to-point 17:9 5.4K/60p, 35mm Crop point-to-point 4.8K/60p, oversampled 4K/60p across all fields, crop point-to-point 4K/120p. (As far as I know, Fuji’s encoders are not designed for 60p recording at resolutions above 4K. If GFX25 exists, maybe the resolution is right, but the maximum frame rate is wrong.)
    Basically impossible information:
  13. GFX 2024 The largest flagship GFX 200 of the year (16384×12288 200M stacked sensor) will be launched from September to December 2024. (Where did the sensor come from? At what price? Can the business still be done?)
  14. The X-T40 is ready for sale. Its 40 pixels coincide with 40Mp and it is equipped with a 40-megapixel sensor. (⑧Comment: There is such a narrow price range between X-S20 and X-T5. Fujifilm cannot produce a 40M X-T40, it is simply fighting with the X-T5.) The reliability of the following information cannot be judged:
  15. The XE series will be updated at X-Summit in the summer of 2024, using hardware similar to the X-S20.
  16. GF System is preparing an ultra-wide-angle lens in the 14-20mm range.
  17. The 2x TC ring of the GF system is to be launched.

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