Were we wrong? Is the Fujifilm X-Pro range about to rise from the dead?!

Fujifilm X-Pro3 Photoshop
(Image credit: Fuji Rumors)

Back in December 2022, we thought it might all over for the Fujifilm X-Pro range. There hadn’t been a new release since the X-Pro3 in November 2019 and Fujifilm was seemingly focussing its efforts on other camera lines. Now pictures are doing the rounds of an X-Pro3 with new tilt screen arrangement, replacing the unusual hidden design one nobody seemed to love. All this begs the question "Is there an X-Pro3 Mark II on the way, or could even the long-awaited X-Pro4?"

Predicting the end of the Fujifilm X-Pro range, as we did, wasn't silly. After all, we’ve waited four years already. It did feel like Fujifilm had forgotten about their rangefinder system. During that time, we’ve seen the release of the Fujifilm X-T4, the Fujifilm X-T5which features Fujifilms new high-resolution 40MP sensor, plus the Fujifilm X-H2 and X-H2s. They were released in very close succession and have a few major differences; a 40MP sensor is found in the X-H2 while the 26MP X-H2S is much more geared towards sport and action with a continuous burst mode of 40fps. A lot of action, but no X-Pros.

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Hannah Rooke
Staff Writer

Having studied Journalism and Public Relations at the University of the West of England Hannah developed a love for photography through a module on photojournalism. She specializes in Portrait, Fashion and lifestyle photography but has more recently branched out in the world of stylized product photography. For the last 3 years Hannah has worked at Wex Photo Video as a Senior Sales Assistant using her experience and knowledge of cameras to help people buy the equipment that is right for them. With 5 years experience working with studio lighting, Hannah has run many successful workshops teaching people how to use different lighting setups.