Fujifilm X-Pro2: The next level of X Series | Marc Lafrenière

I’ve used plenty of cameras throughout the last ten years. I had the opportunity to photograph with entry-level Pentax digital SLRs, intermediate cameras and full frame bodies from Nikon, and ultimately, in early 2011, when I purchased the Fujifilm X100. In my opinion, the camera that pegged Fujifilm as a premiere camera-maker (acknowledging their incredible series of medium-format cameras, and cine-lenses), after years of sluggish sales in the point and shoot sector, and hadn’t released a ’serious‘ camera since the S5. I made the plunge, completely, when I purchased the Fujifilm X-T1. Pegged as their ‚professional‘ mirrorless camera, within the X Series lineup, it made a serious punch towards full-frame bodies, being released by Nikon, Canon, and Sony. For an APS-C sensor, it performs incredibly well in all avenues of image quality, especially low-light performance, and has since become the benchmark for many mirrorless shooters on the market today…….

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