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 €;
63 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:AF, iso, color range, weather sealed body, weight, viewfinder, jpg and raw.
Cons:Maybe the price ...
Opinion:I decided to write my first review after years of study and tests made on almost 10 models feel former House canon. I made my choice to sell everything the kit a week ago (I used to buy a X 100 I was amazed at the color range and compactness). I had already tested the system Fuji x, which I have always felt great and versatile. The choice was made for a very simple reason ... photographic journey-7D2-300 2.8-17/40 .... the trip gave me a lot of satisfaction but also a great photographic backache. Back I tested for a week (through a friend) the xpro1 and it was love at first sight (target:).) Great detail, great viewfinder, great system, but above all great lenses (I tried it with the 35 1.4 and 100-400). I then sold all the much-loved 35 mm canon Kit for a 18-55 and Xpro2 ... Finally I can go everywhere without thinking about space, extra luggage, or various trucks ... so I changed my way of photographing with this system. Body talking I particularly appreciate the foresight and the ability to customize almost all commands. The estate of 5000 iso are easily usable and above all the JPEGs that shoots out, with a little care while shooting pretty much are already usable and Hello to the many changes of the raw of my 7d2 ... recommend it to anyone who is undecided about trying to realize the idea.
Pros:Building with numerous seals to withstand dust and weather as well as a typical operating temperature range of the machines good form factor that improves the portability, aesthetics, perfect grip for lenses like the 16 f/1.4 , continuous firmware updates, numerous goodies programmable up to 15 times software like minutes, making remote remotes that are no longer needed, signalling lights burned in RGB, AF pretty quick and reliable in all room types, functions essential software all present unlike other brands, we speak for example of intervalometer which among other things automatic delay calculation, face recognition AF, dual SD slots, EVF responsive, quality raw and well managed with good range Dynamics and low chroma noise, LCD very good also for when working under the Sun, simple and intuitive menus, rings that allow you to manage the settings even when the machine is off, very lightweight and compact optics ecosystem with all weight advantages arising from the need for smaller backpack and tripod, white balance of extreme reliability, simulation film and managing jpg in the room really useful and well made, possibility of transmitting to the smartphone the jpg to instantly, the brand's service a bit slow but reliable and with good communication.
Cons:Battery a little limited to me is not a problem but it could be improved upon, optical viewfinder fun but not very useful (for me at least), AF as mentioned very good though a step behind the competition Sony, who give the best of themselves with specific software as X-Transformer or Capture One, third-party lenses with AF that at the beginning of 2018 is still limited, not compensation ring using optical tele still very limited, no tilting LCD or rotatable, viewfinder not as large as that of Q2/H1, firmware updates slightly limited compared to those of sister T2, big devaluation in used especially in the first two years, so much that I recommend to anyone to wait at least a few months before getting a new model.
Opinion:I use it now for a couple of years and in hindsight, although on paper maybe there would have been more logical choices, absolutely do not regret the purchase. The things I liked least are:-some limitations compared to T2, finesse more than anything else, except for the tilting screen; -optical viewfinder which for me has been more a curiosity than a real alternative to the electronic viewfinder; -large devaluation than other brands. Things I liked: there are so many; a camera with a capital which has so much to offer and effe that gives an experience of use, in itself and in its system, which few others can afford, not to mention that in my opinion also remains one of the most beautiful on the market.
Pros:Body vintage (who likes) quality of the files, excellent high ISO held until 8000, simulation films and B / w.
Cons:smaller viewfinder than xt series, ISO ring absolutely put option with a front bezel.
Opinion:I was not love at first sight so nn I found myself for the ergonomics, for the small viewfinder and decentralized, nn I like the optical viewfinder because you see in 99% of cases the objective in 'framing. so I decided to move to xt2 and are aware of having maintained the same excellent quality of the files, especially in jpeg but I regained the confidence in shooting thanks to a large and central viewfinder and ISO auna ring and self-locking as well as that of the times.
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