Fujifilm X-Pro2 Review | Leigh Miller

I first shot with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 camera in the Spring of 2012. Our association didn’t last long though. After a few months I decided it wasn’t for me though I liked it well enough. The Canon EOS 5D MKII was still my main squeeze and it had all the lenses you could possibly want, not to mention the RAW files worked with just about every post-production software on the market. I gave it another go in late 2013 and still…no love. It wasn’t so much the image quality though the continued lack of RAW support was annoying. Now that I look back, it was the very things that make the camera stand apart from the usual DSLR’s that frustrated me. The „rangefinder“ shape/styling and the viewfinder being off to the left of the body felt strange. The slow auto-focus and ergonomics conspired to throw me off entirely. I moved on to the Fuji X-E1 & 2 shortly after they were introduced……..

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