The Fujifilm X-E2S is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 16 megapixels manufactured from 2016 to 2017 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 51200 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 465 €;
28 users have given it an average vote of 9.2 out of 10
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Cons:evf/lcd cumbersome selection, layout of some physical controls
Opinion:First review. I only do street so my opinion will be entirely focused on this type of use. Small and light, passes quite unnoticed, at least with fixed lenses and not too bright. I use it with the 35 mm f2, alongside a x100s. The quality of the files fuji aps-c sector is well known, for me there is no comparison. AF pretty quick and precise even in non-optimal lighting conditions. We come to the painful notes. Not about ever immediately the photos shot on the street, but when I do I have to enter the menu, through the evf, to be able to select the lcd screen! I find the AF-L button layout and somewhat uncomfortable, especially when AE-L use the hyperfocal distance and I happen to frame vertically. Often pigio involuntarily AF-L and you change the preset focus. I'll probably be forced to cover them with tape.
Pros:file quality, rugged construction, light weight and portability
Cons:is missing the orientation features
Opinion:Jack used with 18-55. Compact and light is the ideal companion when you want to move and shoot in fluency. Allows fast action, making accurate and fast focus, correct exposures and everyway highly customizable and, above all, a quality of the file (I only shot in RAW, which stretch in LR and / or PN) simply amazing and comparable to what I allow my nikon FF. The only drawback, the fixed screen. In any case a highly advisable device and able to give enormous satisfaction, especially in the photograph "street".
Cons:Highlights - more than bad battery life - no file management program for Raw
Opinion:First impressions to two days after purchase, so I intend to go back sull'argomento.rnOttima camera always keep in your purse, do not miss a beat. Excellent viewfinder that allows you to preview the exhibition, except for some jam. But I believe that making comparisons with fullframe systems is a bit risky, if not dictated by total inexperience. They are different worlds and I think we should not compare. I made the shots of the same scenes executed with Canon EOS 6D but the comparison does not hold up, especially on the high lights there storia.rnProvata for the moment with 23 f1.4 - f 1.4 and 35 35 f Total 2.0.rnGiudizio VERY GOOD. To think of abandoning the fullframe in favor of XE2S recommend using both sistemi.rn
Opinion:I have been a photographer for over 20 years and with this fuji I have abandoned the reflex world. They have been for decades, a "nikonist-dependent" and I have bought many reflexes all these years (D60, D90, D7100) Full frame D610.rn I needed to take off the enormous weight of the equipment that influenced all my travels. So, a good day, I jumped in the dark in the Fujifilm world. I was literally upset by a totally new and innovative world. My alternative was between the X-t1 and the X-E2s, but the choice has fallen on the latter because I wanted to discover this new world with the least amount of weight, and a little bit, even economical.rn X-E2s has The same sensor as the X-t1 but is not tropicalized and has no adjustable screen. Other than that, the machine is really light and hard of the amazing definition photographs. I've compared some 4000 iso work, and I can assure that the files of the X-E2s are superior to those of the full frame D610. I squeezed the machine with proofs davvI was hard and did not disappoint. The electronic viewfinder is gorgeous and well-defined. Now I have tried my new "only" ML with the 18-55mm which is a great target unlike the plastic bags of other well-known brands. I preferred to buy it with the silver rim, which I From a vintage sense, as well as shooting noise. Fantastic.rn I repeat, I come from the full frame reflex world of Nikon, and I can assure you that the X-e2s is a Lady Mirrorless.rnVe the advice with eyes closed. I do not know what a strange reason (marketing fault) but I think that e2s is the most underrated ML of Fuji's home, in fact, I do not feel the need to move to other recent ML.rnOra that even my simple outputs with the Friends turn into pleasures and not in torture for the weight of the equipment! RnWelcome to not having discovered the world first Fujifilm! Better late than never! RnGrande !! rn +++ Update +++ rnHo took the 35 1.4 + 18 (selling 18/55) .rnHo finally created my lightweight and satisfactory photo kit.I do not need any more :)
Pros:Speed ??and sensitivity with little assist Beam improved a lot compared to the x-e2 and now the same as the SLR, light weight, physical rings for aperture, and exposure times. As it once was. very functional menu. outstanding electronic viewfinder. Optics supplied sublime. Image quality up to 6400 (in raw) just superb, dynamic range up to ISO 800 amazing species in the recovery of the shadows and noise virtually INEXISTENT up to 3200 ISO, you would not believe. It still lacks full support of demosaicing the x-e2s. Perfectly suited for photo in B / N, I do not know what depends but makes the spectacular files
Cons:Jpeg in the car just good with optimal light conditions, mixed with very low light environment. Raw exceptional but that can not be pumped over 6400. Battery 'short'. Poor balance and stability with photos free hand because of the low weight and the optics that protrude from the body and moves the center of gravity forward, to take more than 1/50 lenses you have to have very steady hands to prevent blur.
Opinion:Excellent speed of use that allows the arrangement of buttons and above all very rational approach 'physical' permitted by metal rings 'old style' that mounts. The electronic viewfinder thanks to the peaking focus allows to use AF glasses with speed and satisfaction (very big value), and is large and bright, the highest level. Also instantly it informs about the exposure changes made through the metal ring allowing you to get exactly what you want. Fantastic. The lens kit is definitely not like the classic plastic barrels with glass operetta which are usually also provided with FF, but it is a Mr. 18-55 with max aperture at 2.8, robust and fluid. The quality of images in jpeg is good if you shoot up to ISO 2500-3200, as well are kneaded and acquerellosi with whatever setting it operates in the car but this applies to 90% of cameras which are 2 or 3 models of FF. In any case it is not true, asIt is read by many, that the jpeg of fuji are so good. The only way to push the ISO 6400 is to use jepg, so it is a limit. The raw deserve a separate discussion: to develop them decently, lacking at the moment a support for E2s even in soft historically fairly well run by RAF (p. Ninja, Capture, etc.), you should use soft SILKYPIX the house but demosaicizza to suck (noticeable color noise, not from fuji sensor), probably because even optimized for previous generation fuji. A good system is to transform the RAF to DNG and then open them and work with LR. That way you actually have the good results promised by the x-Trans sensor: the chroma noise is really very low. Consider that in LR, with photos in 6400, just take a 5 slide to reduce chroma noise and also disappears what little noise there is, while up to 3200 you can even let go of all the noise reduction! Two defects as regardsthe sheer quality image: the camera does not allow, as we said, iso beyond 6400 in RAW, and - you also for the 16-megapixel, not many - the sharpness of the pictures at night is not excellent because the luminance noise than 1600 it is quite present. It must be said that makes a grain effect to '' film not unpleasant. Let's say that, leaving aside the optical kit, however spectacular, and acquiring a 1.4 or, spending more, a 1.2, there also has fun with little light, being able to remain below the 6400 ISO at every opportunity. The dynamic range seems exceptional. I also possess the D800 and I can say that the laying latitude appears on the same level. There are no technical evidence documented by the usual sites in the sector but we are certainly among the 13.5 and 14 stop at least. Up to 800 ISO the shadows rise almost indefinitely, the high lights dim a little 'less, proportionately, but always at high levels.
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