Fuji X-Pro2 unveiled as best-ever X-series camera | Chris Cheesman

Fujifilm has added a revamped hybrid viewfinder, a 24.3-million-pixel imaging sensor and new processor to its latest flagship mirrorless camera, the X-Pro2. The X-Pro2 is due on sale next month, priced £1,349, body only. Aimed at professionals and advanced amateurs, Fuji was keen not to change the design of the camera, but improve its core features. The new X-Trans CMOS III imaging sensor features a random colour filter array that aims to cut false colours and moiré. The new X Processor Pro is designed to help speed up AF, lower noise, and improve tonal and colour reproduction compared to the EXR Processor II engine. Users can take advantage of the new Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder that offers both optical and electronic viewfinders, with optical for a direct view of the subject and electronic for previewing settings. This is an advanced version of the hybrid viewfinder that was first deployed in the X100, launched in 2011. The 0.48in EVF carries a resolution of 2.36 million dots…….

Source: www.amateurphotographer.co.uk

Fuji X-Pro2

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