David Hobby, AKA the Strobist, appears to have uploaded an image from the yet-to-be-announced Fuji X100T, the next iteration of the vastly successful X100 line of high-end, fixed lens mirrorless cameras.
Fuji Rumors reports that a reader stumbled across this thread on dpreview pointing to a Flickr image uploaded by Hobby with EXIF data showing it was taken with the long-rumored X100T. You can see the 404'd page for yourself here.
Fortunately for us though, nothing gets past Reddit. User neckbeard_avalanche grabbed a screenshot of the EXIF before the image was removed, you can see the image below or check out the original Reddit thread.
[Via Fuji Rumors]
As pointed out by a couple readers in the comments, the 23mm focal length basically confirms that the X100T will, indeed, have an APS-C sensor like it's predicessors rather than a FF or MF one. Things are looking pretty good for a Photokina 2014 launch as previously predicted.