The Fujifilm X-Pro2 is a fantastic camera, but it’s not for me | Aaron Souppouris

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I’ve been looking forward to the X-Pro2, Fujifilm’s flagship mirrorless camera, ever since switching over to the X Series 18 months ago. To understand why, you need to know a little about me. I’ve only really been taking cameras seriously for seven years. My first came in 2009, a slightly battered old Nikon D40. Three years, three Nikons (I upgraded twice) and three additional lenses (35mm, 40mm and 50mm fixed) later, I was tired of lugging around a giant camera, and even more tired of the small selection of good lenses available in my price range. I then tried out a mirrorless Sony camera, but Sony’s lens selection at the time was pitiful if you weren’t willing to spend big money. It wasn’t until an old colleague of mine showed me the Fujifilm X100T, a compact camera with a 35mm-equivalent fixed lens and an innovative viewfinder that’s both electronic and optical, that I knew what I wanted. Within weeks I’d thrown my Sony in a drawer and bought an entry-level X-M1 and a pair of lenses to give Fujifilm a shot……

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