The Fujifilm X-E2 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 16.3 megapixels manufactured from 2013 to 2016 (discontinued). 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 575 €;
92 users have given it an average vote of 9.6 out of 10
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Opinion:My first Fuji, my first serious camera. Even today I regret having sold it for a few pennies to finance the XH1, I miss its compactness, its style, its lightness. I still remember with pleasure the legendary updates of Fuji that every 5-6 months they updated the E2 to new life, with the last one coming to the same level as the XT1, Af decent, good especially in AF-S. If I had stayed with the XE2 and 1855 I could have lived happily and instead fell into the vortex of compulsive buying, too bad.
Pros:Very light, built very well, jpg ready, fantastic in B/W and color portraits.
Cons:Battery that lasts a little (but the batteries always last a little).
Opinion:How can a good-looking "Nanerottola" compete with the Giants? Just by lining up respectable files... And I could already greet everyone here! The 16 megapixels are squeezed to the last and return photos to remain open-mouthed. Transportability and lightness that makes you forget to have it and an optical park to bring the stomach ache to the Giants on cited. There are virtually adapters for every type of optics, obviously losing the AF functions at the moment (except for Canon). Updated with firmware 4.11 (Fuji releases updates) becomes another machine... And here's the second greeting. Ideal for urban photography strictly in B/W and fantastic rendition of the complexion in color portraits. Held in the amazing high ISO and when you really exaggerates the noise is never unpleasant. Almost finished sviolinate because I have yet to add that is really beautiful aesthetically. Negative Note: Battery life (if accustomed to APS-C and FF). The house declares 350 shots, realistically makes it 300 or so. Highly recommended the purchase of additional batteries. Bought only body with adapter for Nikon optics, just to experiment, (14mm-50mm-85mm) But I'm seriously thinking of doing the "jumping quail" and finally go to the Fuji system. Familiarity with the electronic viewfinder and the assisted focus (if used in manual) "calves" only beautiful files and becomes amazing with its objectives. Finally: Does it make sense to buy a Fuji X-E2 in 2019? In my humble opinion... MUCH, considering the prices of the used and the quality it gives. Then you do! P.S. be careful... Addictive and does not allow rehabilitation!
Pros:Beautiful, well built, great rows, complete and simple
Opinion:Let's start by saying that it has a very good construction, I have a specimen equal to the new one and I will see how it will hold up time. In AF-S in is perfect, in AF-C it is ridiculous, in manual the focus peaking is not much, I prefer to use the viewfinder magnification. It's slow in shots, it takes seconds to save and the buffering itself fills up in a second, despite the fast SDused used. But to use is very funny, also produces "analog" files, I had the X-T20 and it was much more "dense and digital" as a rendering, the X-E2 has a really different stamp, clean, candid but detailed images and with a lot of dynamic range, here the x-trans shows its character and with the latest lightrooms you work very well. To buy only if you know what you are looking for, it does everything but it is not instantaneous, it pays off with so much quality.
Pros:Layout of the controls, jpg quality, ergonomics, excellent compromise price quality, white balance, fuji film simulations, B & W etc ....
Cons:None in particular, EVF viewfinder sensor little sensitive with high lights, raw to be treated with irridient or c1
Opinion:Used as a second body to carry around, after the firmware update 4 has become an XE2S (the review refers to the updated product), do not list the features, since the electronic shutter at 1/32000 "to improve the f, face detection etc .... has become a great camera, no less disfigure the buttons well 4 side in addition to the pad and other fully customizable buttons allow a direct and immediate approach to the functions, in some cases better than higher models, I mistakenly took a XT20 selling this excellent travel companion, regretfully regret it, it is true the XT20 superior in everything from the sensor to the IQ but not in ergonomics, the pad is more distant from the thumb and you do not risk touching one of the 4 keys that instead happens in the XT20 , then the 4 side buttons excellent and direct there are not in the XT20.rnA camera snubbed and underestimated in many respects that instead has excellent potential for use in ambio reportage and street, with its jpg ready and well defined and B%26W as a masterpiece as tradition Fuji is certainly on a higher range, today is at ridiculous prices with about € 250-300 are bought some good used, new models XT20-XE3 do not have a body so well proggettata.rnThe battery life is in line with the other ML about 250-350 shots if deactivated LCD.rnQI: I printed up to 50x130cm on panel for me good prints with minimal post from raw, camera promoted 9+
Opinion:Taking a t10, has quickly become my main body for a simple ergonomic factor, I'm passionate about the side viewfinder ... with upgrades it's perfect for what I have to do, mostly portraiture, coupled with 35mm 1.4 I find it cool, I come from the FF world and I mainly use the 50 1.4, Fuji does not regret having made the full passage to mirrorless. The AF system obviously is not suitable for those who have to do photo shoots or photo shoots, but in return it is accurate and perfect for my purposes, optics with large apertures, 1.4 and 1.2. As for the review of the t10 I do not insert the battery life between defects because it is common to this type of machine, so you already know it and for who like me has made the move to lighten up, bringing some spare battery is not A big problem compared to the weight of the kit I had before! From my own point of view, the X system is promoted to full marks!
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