REVIEW: X-Pro2 ISO Test | Jeff Carter

One of the headlines at the lunch of the Fujifilm X-Pro2 was the extended ISO range of the new 24MP X-Trans III sensor and the ability to record RAW files at all settings. I don’t tend to use high ISO very often but it does come in useful for low light sports photography so this is one aspect of the X-Pro2 that I was very interested in.  The X-T1 is no slouch when it comes to handling high ISO as this shot taken last year at The Circuit of The Americas in Texas shows. I set up the X100 camera as the test subject and using the X-Pro2 fitted with the XF18mm f2.  Focusing on the ‚Fujinon‘ text on the lens I took a shot at each of the native full ISO settings (200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800) and one at the ‚H‘ setting which I had set to 51200 ISO.  I then cropped 100% to give a better view of the grain structure for each shot…….