You can see the teaser above on Fujifilm's website for their upcoming X-series camera, but thanks to Fuji Rumors and Digicameinfo the X-T1's photos and specs have been leaked. From the pictures, the X-T1 looks like a high-end mirrorless system camera with an electronic viewfinder, built more like a DSLR than the rangefinder-esque X-Pro1 and X-E2.
It's said to be carrying the same 16MP X-Trans II sensor inside as the X100S and X-E2 inside a weather-sealed body, a 2.36M-dot OLED EVF, 8fps continuous shooting with AF tracking, 0.08s AF speed and built-in Wi-Fi. Of course, as with all things rumored, it's best to take these specs with a grain of salt.
Unlike on the Nikon Df, there are 'A' for automatic settings on the ISO and shutter speed dials, making it easier to set automatic without conflicts with the digital menu. We see two control dials, front and back, a new Fn/Wi-Fi button. and it looks like there will be an optional battery grip for the camera.