Fujifilm X-Pro 2 review | Cameralabs

Fujifilm’s X-Pro2 is the new flagship body in the mirrorless X-series, featuring a hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder, dual SD slots, weather-sealing and a new 24 Megapixel X-Trans CMOS sensor with embedded Phase Detect Autofocus. Announced in January 2016, it’s the long-awaited successor to the original X-Pro1 which launched the interchangeable system exactly four years ago. During those years, Fujifilm has refined the X-series with numerous bodies from entry-level to high-end, not to mention built a respectable collection of lenses, but has kept us wondering whether the X-Pro1 would ever get updated. That question has now been answered with the X-Pro2 inheriting all the latest X-body enhancements and adding a few new ones. Externally the X-Pro2 looks essentially the same as its predecessor, allowing owners of the original to feel right at home, but there’s a number of important enhancements. The body is now weather-sealed and the addition of a magnesium base-plate lends a luxury feel. In a first for any mirrorless camera, the X-Pro2 features twin SD card slots, with the chance to backup, overflow or record RAW to one and JPEG to the other. A new ISO dial is housed within the shutter dial like a number of old film SLRs. On the rear there’s a new eight-way joystick for immediate repositioning of the AF area…….

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