Fujifilm announced the X-E1, its latest interchangeable lens mirrorless camera, as well as two lenses. According to Digital Photography Review:
The X-E1 uses the same 16MP ‘X-Trans’ APS-C sensor as the more expensive X-Pro 1 model. It offers a high-resolution 2.4m dot OLED electronic viewfinder in the place of the Pro1’s opto-electronic hybrid finder and gains a pop-up flash in a smaller body. Alongside the X-E1 come a 18-55mm F2.8-4 stabilized kit zoom that promises AF times as fast as 0.1 seconds when the two are used together. The kit will sell for a recommended price of around $1,399.95, or $999.95 without a lens.
Fujifilm is also rumored to “expand the lens line-up from 3 to 5 in autumn, and up to 10 in early 2013,” according to Photo Rumors.