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    After Pentax (Q) and Nikon (J1&V1) there is now this:

    http://photorumors.com/2011/11/15/fu...camera-leaked/

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    Re: Fuji LX

    Do you think it's medium format?
    It looks huge!
    Much bigger than an M9 for instance. (assuming that's a 3" LCD)

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    Re: Fuji LX

    Other places say with some authority that it is APS-c.

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    Re: Fuji LX

    Jono has an excellent point:

    Fuji claims “resolution and low noise will surpass the 35mm full size sensor”

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    Re: Fuji LX

    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Other places say with some authority that it is APS-c.
    HI Diane
    Doesn't alter the fact that it appears to be huge . . . unless that hand is a specially dainty one, and the LCD is a particularly tiny one.

    I do think it's interesting, and it looks like being good competition for Leica . . . but they have a huge mountain to climb here assuming that they have a new lens mount.

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    Re: Fuji LX

    There is a hot shoe in one of the pictures. My thoroughly unscientific "hold up an M9 and look at the hot shoe" comparator says that the Fuji is smaller than an M9. Too bad.

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    Re: Fuji LX

    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    There is a hot shoe in one of the pictures. My thoroughly unscientific "hold up an M9 and look at the hot shoe" comparator says that the Fuji is smaller than an M9. Too bad.

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    Hi Matt
    well - I don't have an M9 nearby to compare . If you're right it must mean that the lens mount is quite small - which may or may not be a good thing (i.e. it might mean nice small lenses).

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    Re: Fuji LX

    Jono, I agree it looks huge LOL. Just repeating.... Others have said the same thing about the small hand. Lots of hope it would be FF but all the info on various sites say no.

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    Re: Fuji LX

    the hot shoe reference is valid , it is a fixed and known size , in fact i may measure mine to calculate a guesstimate on the lx dimensions and whereas the hands in the photos could be those of a hobbit for all we know

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    Re: Fuji LX

    All we need is this camera to be the digital Fuji TX-1. Please get busy Fuji and bring us one of these!

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    Re: Fuji LX

    24x65 mm sensor? I can use my old Xpan Fuji lenses? Sweet!
    And now back to reality...
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