Fujifilm X-Pro2 Review | Kevin Mullins

We’ve been waiting for this camera for a long time. A lot rests on its shoulders, more than any model Fuji has released since the first X100. If you’re like me, you waited because there’s something about the way Fuji does cameras that demands consideration. The X-Pro 1 was a step toward fulfilling the promise of a true mirrorless workhorse. It presented a unique combination of ergonomics and image quality, but fell short of being a professional staple. It was too slow for many scenarios, it wasn’t weather-sealed, it didn’t offer a dual card slot or particularly good battery life. The X-T1 addressed many of those problems, but it was modelled after the DSLRs it was destined to replace, lacking the optical viewfinder and rangefinder styling of the X-Pro 1 and X100 family. This Fujifilm X-Pro2 review is going to be based on my real world usage of the camera, rather than a pixel by pixel analysis of the sensor and images. I am not going to go into too much technical detail, rather, I’m concentrating on what I think are the key features and what has impressed me, and perhaps, didn’t impress me, with the X-Pro2 in the time I’ve had it……..

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