Fstopper’s First Look at Fujifilm X-Pro2

The reviews of the FujiFilm X-Pro2 are starting to get published; including Stoppers   and ours from last week during WPPI. Matt observes

We’ll skip the broader history lesson, but the X-Pro2, for those who don’t know, is the new flagship camera of Fujifilm’s X-series — a lineup of APS-C, mirrorless rangefinder-style bodies. And as the X-Series (most of which feature unique X-Trans sensors) has developed over the last several years, the X-Pro2 is essentially supposed to be about the best mirrorless camera you can get, considering price, performance, system support, etc.

As I shared too, FujiFilm fans will love this camera, just like Sony fans love the Rx1RII, it’s what they do best. I appreciated the X-Pro2, for the shots I got, and also found it quirky and needed to spend more time shooting to get used to the focusing system. This camera requires your attention and once provided, will result in extraordinary results with a note that APS-C sensors, however good, are still noisy compared to full-frame cameras. If you own FujiFilm cameras now, this is an obvious upgrade; if not, try the competitors too.

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