Fuji X-Pro2 vs X-T1 – a detailed comparison | Fuji vs Fuji

We’ve had 4 years of what I would call the luxury of not having to worry about image quality when selecting which Fuji camera to buy, as they all featured the same 16.3 MP APS-C X-Trans sensors. Yes, we’ve been through a couple generations of EXR Processors now, in which Fuji quietly made adjustments to the rendering of their Film Simulation Modes to mixed reaction, but the general underpinning hadn’t changed since the original X-Pro1 made it’s debut back in January of 2012. This allowed purchasers to focus entirely on body style (rangefinder or DSLR), viewfinder (OVF/EVF hybrid or EVF only, tilty screen or none), handling, size and weight preferences. The megapixel bump of the X-Pro2 has made image quality the biggest purchase-decision factor it has been since the X100 transitioned from 12 MP Bayer to 16 MP X-Trans. And with Fuji having two distinct body “families,”1 choosing between the two flagships can be tricky. Should you buy based on the sensor spec sheet even if you prefer the style and handling of the X-T1? This article should help you decide…….

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