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The Fujifilm X-Pro2 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24 megapixels manufactured from 2016 to 2019 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 51200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 8 FPS x 33 RAW, 83 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1199 €;
71 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10
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Opinion: With the same camera I can use:
a new generation electronic viewfinder;
a Galilean viewfinder with superimposed digital information;
a modern interpretation of the rangefinder that unites a Galilean viewfinder and the area that we are focusing on in a digital version;
Indeed, a modern interpretation of the rangefinder. As far as I am concerned this the real revolution.
Why so much enthusiasm for such solution?
The great advantage of the rangefinders is that they offer a wider vision of the scene compared to that which is actually framed. Basically, on the basis of the focal length used, the lines that delimit the framing occupy a greater or smaller area within the viewfinder. In any case this area will always be smaller compared to the global vision that one has when looking through this type of viewfinder. All of this translates in the capability of being able to simultaneously observe elements that we are framing with elements that are out of the picture.
Pros: very solid camera; It produces excellent files, and once you have studied the menu options carefully, does exactly what you want.
Cons: Very expensive camera; very offputting that there is no written manual- the supplied disc did not function- it showed up on the desk top, but would not open! I think that with a camera which is top of the range, the least Fuji could do is to supply a proper manual.
Opinion: Gradually getting used to the beast- it performs very well, lovely colours straight out of the camera (JPEG). i have written to Fuji asking for a written manual As I also have the X-pro !, which I am very pleased with, I think the changes which have been made to the X- pro 2 are subtle, but very noticeable
I prefer to use JPEG, rather than RAW, despite what everyone seems to think is the cats whiskers ! I think the JPEGs are excellent out of the camera; I prefer to spend my time shooting, rather than crouching in front of a computer ... I think the battery life is a little low, but so is that of the Leica M10, more than 3 times the price !
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Pros:Jpeg/raw quality, perfect colors, discreet in size, high iso seal, operating speed, buttons always in the right place, philosophy of use, waterproofing
Cons:Beautiful optical viewfinder, great fujifilm for demonstrating this technology.. but for what purpose? it is useless; sometimes slowness in afc, but maybe it's me who does not know how to calibrate it well
Opinion:I have been using sony a7 various for years, but I have always had the monkey for this body, so compact and discreet, so I took it together with the 23 f2. Coming from the color science of sony I found in my hands a jewel, fantastic colors and with great space for customization, in terms of emulations. 90% of cases I keep and use jpegs directly with few adjustments, I have almost never used raw, just because I find jpegs of a quality and with colors that is difficult to find on other systems. I was amazed by the yield at high iso, an apsc that holds well the 12800 is rare, as well as it is fantastic not to have chromatic noise but only full-bodied grain that most of the time is also pleasant and does not need to be removed. Despite being a parallelepiped it is not inconvenient to use and the keys are put in the right place, but there is also the possibility of customizing a lot. Optical viewfinder you know, useless but great technological demonstration, I used it only to make pride of this jewel. Waterproofness: I had an accident with this car, I fell into an icy puddle in the high mountains, the car fell 2 times into the icy water, it was slammed (it was more important to save your skin) on the snow several times, it remained about half an hour between water and frozen snow, but nothing, it still works perfectly, great hold. I will hardly change it, except to try the xpro3.
Pros:Waterproofness, quality of JPEG and RAW files, rings, held to high ISO, ease of use, his poetry.
Cons:Image stabilizer (although this is subjective anyway). The iso ring that anyway for moments where you have to be faster, slows you down a little.
Opinion:What about... I love her. I fell in love with her a couple of years ago (having never tried her). I have a mostly Sony kit but you know, the monkey when it comes only leaves when you buy... So, as an additional gift for my passion I took the XT2 at the time (sold after a few months and not because I didn't like it, but because it was the most expendable in my kit to have other work optics). After that, not knowing how to give up fuji files, I took the x100F... But the XPro ball was always there.... So, after a moment of madness, I gave away my Fujina... She switched to the Pro2 with the 23 2.0 kit. Graphyte model. What about... The other night at a photo shoot, I posed for my Sony and only snapped with her. And not because I compare the two machines. I wouldn't even think about it.. but for his poetry. It gives me incredible files even at high ISOs. I was amazed when I took at 12800 ISO and the photo was very used (I published it here too). I got the focus wrong, but other than that, I wanted to publish it to show its high quality even in very bad conditions. Fuji colors are amazing... I can't even describe them: they're poetry. Something full-bodied that when you look at a photo you feel like you've been touching it since it's full-bodied. I like it! As an AF I did not find any kind of problem but for this I want to test it better to be able to say something more. I thought I'd keep it as a machine/hobby... But I'm actually going to support it with my work machines without any kind of problem, from weddings, shootings as well as my free time.
Pros:it is the most beautiful camera made recently (aesthetically) and a great machine throughout.
Cons:cool but useless optical viewfinder.
Opinion:Crazy. I took this machine to flank the xt2 6 months ago for the 2020 season in place of the x100f. Machine that I wouldn't know what to add except fantastic. really recommended to those who want to be a photographer a little less to those who also want to make videos because then the xt2 is better. Crazy files like that I've already written for the xt2 and the xe3. Here maybe I expected a little more from the buffer.
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