Fujifilm X-Pro2 Preview | Mark Goldstein

The new Fujifilm X-Pro2 is the replacement for the 4-year-old X-Pro1, a camera that’s now showing its age but still loved by many photographers. Billed as the „Evolution of X-Pro1“, rather than a re-invention, at first glance the X-Pro2 seems very similar to its predecessor. As a Fujifilm spokesperson told us, „It’s not a change, but a sophistication“.Look more closely, though, and Fujfim have made a number of important enhancements to the external design, and we’ve not even mentioned the drastic changes that have been made inside. At the heart of the X-Pro2 is a brand new 24 megpapixel, X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor, which according to Fujifilm produces the best image quality of any X-series camera to date. This is coupled with an equally new processor, the X Processor Pro, which is some 40% faster than the X-Pro1s, as well as supporting 8fps continuous shooting. SDXC UHS-II memory cards are supported via not one, but two card slots, a world first for mirrorless cameras, but sadly Fujifilm have decided not to include 4K video recording, despite claiming that the processor is more than capable of supporting it…….

Source: www.photographyblog.com

Fuji X-Pro2

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