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Fujifilm X-E2 : Specifications and Opinions

Fujifilm X-E2

The Fujifilm X-E2 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 16.3 megapixels manufactured from 2013. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 200 - 6400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 7 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 710 € / 800 US $; 30 users have given it an average vote of 9.6 out of 10.

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 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/4000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 3 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P, Scena
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Stabilization   No
 AF micro-adjustment   Not needed (it has sensor-based AF)
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Not needed (this is a mirrorless camera)
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 60 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No

 Built and notes
 File formats   JPEG, RAW
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.0", 640 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, x
 Flash   Yes, guide number 7 meters
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC
 Battery   Li-Ion
 Weather sealing   No
 Waterproof   No
 Weight   350 g
 Dimensions   129 x 75 x 37 mm
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pubblicata da Esph December 19, 2014

Pros: Aesthetics fantastic, Electronic viewfinder in some ways better than the pentaprism, white balance, ergonomics, controls, sensor, image quality, ISO held, corposii raw and full of information

Cons: Programs of post-production that still fail to manage the Raw house fuji as God commands, battery life is relatively short, only one slot sd, security still far from the reflex system for professional use

Opinion: We Perlando a system closer to the Leica Reflex, therefore it makes no sense to make comparisons with the latter. The Leica offer the top quality and style, the SLR the best compromise between performance, reliability and quality. X The system is similar to that Leica, and from that you can read about, superior in some ways (holding ISO, image quality, optical). rnIl viewfinder of this x-e2 is amazing: you can take pictures in the dark as it is light and allows you to see the shot before you do it. No ghosting or slowdowns. rnIl white balance is very good, better than most of the new FF prosumer SLR. The estate of iso very good although not surprising: nowadays also a entry level SLR produces raw 12,000 iso without problems. The difference is that the x-e2 keeps the details, colors and raw are malneabili even at high sensitivity. Of course with 4 punsanti fn everything is within reach without taking your eye from the viewfinder. The sensor x-trans is gorgeous, up to 3200 ISO is the height of the reflex flagships, 5000 iso grain is virtually invisible to the Raw 6400 are still full of details and have a hint of grain. Interestingly, the vastness of the raw information: with 16 mpx churns out 33 mb file, just like the Nikon D750, Full-Frame 24 mpx ... RNLA real big difference between the system and the fuji reflex and that with the first must know really photograph, work in manual, have a keen sense of composition. It's the difference between a sniper rifle and a machine gun (SLR). SLRs forgive too, have too many automatic and in one way or another they take home the shot. If overnight SLRs disappeared think that professionals would remain 1/100 of those who are there. The x-e2 is a camera itself, metal, ergonomic, comfortable and very affordable with the controls, manage by the lens aperture and the shutter from the ring dedicated. If you work in manual even possibleity of using the rangefinder. But there is also a lot of technology. It is not essential as a Leica, but does not want to be too much like a reflex. The battery life is short compared to a DSLR, but just for what you should do with an x-e2 not photographing car racing with shooting in bursts, not a wedding photographer strafing the event with thousands of photographs (hoping something comes out). With an x-e2 do photography, there is evidence. Jeff Ascough photographing weddings with Leica, and what he did was from another planet. Kevin Mullins photographing weddings with fuji and is original, has a recognizable style, not part of the pile, really knows how to photograph. An amateur with an x-e2 you learn to shoot, otherwise moves away from photography and passes to the reflex, passing model in model, convinced that it is the camera to make a good photograph. A professional might instead interpret the fuji system as a way to dissect the essence of a certain art photography without shelling out tens of thousands of euro for a Leica.It is those behind the camera that makes the difference. rnL'unico neo real is the slow development of programs for professional post-production of raw fuji. We must however say one thing: the raw baked are so good that the only tricks are really minimal. rnih some sites I read that the cons of this camera is the lack of a video apparatus height, the ability to take over in 6400 iso raw, the 1/4000 shutter ... Fujifilm reinterprets the photograph away from modern conception of camera handyman full of automatism. For me it is a counter that has also possibilitò to video: a camera should take pictures, this is his duty.

pubblicata da Strunz July 07, 2014

Pros: weight - amazing picture quality????? (it's just that I have not understood yet use to bottom) - at high iso is not less than the upper value of Nikon SLR - 10 - 24xf is greater than the amount dx nikkor - good idea of ??the two rings old style SLR even if you go to silt up in a cumbersome software - very low noise and even beautiful to look at

Cons: bad software (the Italian version is also loosely translated) - too many customizable buttons - vision in the electronic viewfinder sometimes shocking and not corresponding to the real snap - ridiculous battery life (as if there was the possibility of reflex to always turn off the display ) - the diagram iso car prefers the max iso-rnindispensabile on condition of highlights and shadows with strong intervention acr - the lack of a quick adjustment of ISO is that the choice of the point of focus

Opinion: usually use Nikon pro, this would seem a toy that seems to me to produce incredible pictures with the two rnusata xf 10-24 and 55-200 offers a range of images with very high weight and volume very low rnil sensor I think is not comparable to anything in circulation at least at home nikonrni defects seen the high prices are certainly not excusable / justifiable and I will not be overcome, even though in reality it would be enough of a nikon d90 software to realize the convenience and flexibility of use that divides a nice toy to a body performance (I think this might be even bloodthirsty) rnpersonalmante sorry because both the sensor and the two lenses that I have tried are safe qualitàrn

pubblicata da Alep July 04, 2014

Pros: Design, management, ISO, image quality and color

Cons: Maybe an AF a little slow, but it depends on the needs

Opinion: I come from a system with FF D700. When I made the switch to this machine I did it for reasons of space and weight, many times I let the machine stops not take away backpack with heavy machinery and optics. I must say that I am completely satisfied and I'm not regretting anything for my old D700. I use this machine mainly with 35mm 1.4 and the quality of the images that come out is really impressive even at high ISO. The small size allow you to always have it with you. In conclusion, I believe that Fuji is doing a crazy job with this type of machine also updating the firmware of the camera body and lenses.

pubblicata da Claudio58 January 31, 2014

Pros: FF performance, robust and ergonomic, discreet and essential

Cons: Switching the display / viewfinder menu

Opinion: Aside against the aforementioned, I find the X-E2 just fantastic. Check in from all kinds of SLR and mirrorless and I do not regret any of them. The definition with any optic is above many competitors definitely more expensive. I found my system. Fuji finally put on the market products with exciting performance and at the same time light and content. Claudio

pubblicata da Jekuno January 18, 2014

Pros: An excellent color reproduction, high definition image acquisition and rapid AF focusing, really improved since the X-E1 effective and accurate.

Cons: The only problematic aspect is the development of the RAF, in the sense that there are still no software that allow a complete workflow (Capture One is great, probably the best for color, Photo Nija very good for the extrapolation of the details but lacks for highlight recovery, SILKYPIX demosaicizza files very well but lacking in many features, Lightroom and Camera Raw are still inadequate compared to others)

Opinion: A camera somewhat basic, almost spartan, but able to express a photographic quality with few rivals, files are rich in detail and color-pleasing in all conditions of use. The picture quality is outstanding, absolutely at the top of the industry APS-C and embarrasses even some full frame cameras. The X-Trans sensor is really extraordinary in the containment of noise, which is never an issue until the threshold of ISO 6400.

pubblicata da Marconista January 07, 2014

Pros: Design, weight, dimensions, features, high ISO noise, the Q button is brilliant ....

Cons: The raw (raf) are not manageable directly from Camera Raw

Opinion: Impressive! For economic reasons I sold my kit Canon 5DmkII format from 0.17 to 40 the mythical sigma 85 1.4. Now I could take this little gem that really do not make me regret over the world so much Canon. Now finally port the machine always with me, before the thought of machine + bg + lens ... It was the desire to spend. I have rediscovered the pleasure of taking pictures for Me! I shot at ISO 800 planning to be at ISO 100, the simulation film I can avoid many hours spent to lose sight of Fs. 5 Options bw, 5 color and some kind miniature do not entertain the least! Highly recommended thinking then that will be released on March 56 (85 full) 1.2 .... Thanks fuji!

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