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Fujifilm X-T2 Body Only
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- 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III, an APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter
- The X-T2's video function supports 4K video recording
- Features AF-C Custom Settings for even higher accuracy in focus-tracking moving subjects
- 1 X CAMERA
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Fujifilm X-T2 Camera Kit - Black.
1 x Fujifilm X-T2 Black
Li-ion battery NP-W126S
Battery charger BC-W126
Shoe-mount flash unit EF-X8
Clip attaching tool
Hot shoe cover
Vertical Power Booster Grip connector cover
Sync terminal cover
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FUJIFILM X-T2 Camera Body - Black
- Number of effective megapixels: 24.3 MP
- Lens Mount: FUJIFILM X mount
- Image Stabilisation: Supported with OIS type lenses
- Shutter Type: Focal Plane Shutter
- Self-timer: 10sec. / 2sec.
- LCD Monitor: 3-0 inch
- Power Supply: NP-W126S Li-ion battery (included)
- Weight: Approx 457g (excluding battery and memory card)
- X-Trans™* CMOS III & X-Processor Pro
- Improved AF Performance
- AF-C Custom Setting
- EVF (Magnification ratio 0.77x, Shutter time lag 0.005 sec, 100fps live-view)
- 4K Video Recording
- Optional Vertical Power Booster Grip
- Weather resistant structure
Outstanding image quality captures the beauty of the world around you
FUJIFILM X-T2 features the 24.3MP X-Trans™ CMOS III, an APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter. X-T2 also features the X-Processor Pro high-speed image processing engine to deliver outstanding color reproduction and gradation of tones in both stills and videos with high ISO sensitivity and low noise.
High-resolution Real Time Viewfinder with a 0.77x magnification ratio
The 2.36-million-dot high-resolution organic EL electronic viewfinder has a magnification ratio of 0.77x, a horizontal viewing angle of 31 degrees, and a display time lag of just 0.005 seconds. The viewfinder, which is 2 times brighter than the previous model, also features an automatic brightness adjustment function so it's easy to see in all conditions - even intense backlighting. It completely eliminates moiré or false colors, and boasts performance comparable to an optical viewfinder, but with the added advantage of displaying a live view that reflects exposure settings.
Eye Detection AF automatically detects human eyes
Choose Face Detection to automatically detect human faces, or turn on Eye Detection AF to automatically detect and accurately focus on human eyes for successful portraits with a shallow depth of field. You can also define the area of priority focus, for example right or left eye, or the eye closer to the camera. These functions have been upgraded for improved accuracy to a level that will impress professional photographers. They are particularly effective when shooting with the XF56mmF1.2 R / XF56mmF1.2 R APD or XF90mmF2 R LM WR lenses.
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Since then I've upgraded to the X-T2 - which I use the 16-55 2.8 lens. There is a marked improvement on its autofocus, but I think it still could be better. Other improvements have been done which are good, but it has resulted in a bigger and heavier camera. But at the end of the day, its all down to the image quality. Yes, it produces very good quality images, but outstanding quality images? I think not. The characteristics of the images are different to the X-T1 too. When you enlarge them they have what I can only describe as a 'video' look to them, which I don't like and didn't occur on the XT-1. You and your camera should be best buddies, but I feel that we are only acquaintances.
A lot of pro photographers are dumping their DSLR's for mirrorless cameras. I for one won't be doing that... yet. In my view, the X-T2 is good, but not good enough for me to dump my 5D. Big improvements would have to be done to the autofocus before I would consider it. Plus this image quality issue I have with the X-T2 would have to be sorted too. Perhaps I'm being unfair comparing the 5DMK4 to the X-T2, but If was to switch to mirrorless, the quality would have to be as good as what I'm getting with my 5D.
I started with an X100 years ago and loved it. Inspired by the quality and thoughtfulness gone into its functions I bought an XPro1 and XT1. I never really enjoyed using the pro1 although the IQ was impressive. I bought over time lenses such as the 35mm both f2 and 1.4, great for portraiture and low light, 18-135mm and shot theatre, with a bit of tweaking in LR produced images that satisfied my clients, 16-55, great for jaunts on beaches and a bit of portraiture, 23mm,50, just looked awesome... all on the XT1. So now having the XT2 I have a bit more tweaking space and easier to access controls...my photographic life is so much easier. Couple of lenses in the bag and I'm ready to go. This camera is great for someone that loves manual and automatic settings. Two sd cards oh that is so useful. Speed of continuous modes beautful. It's not often I could say on my nikon and canon ff gear that a large percentage of the images were keeps compared to this XT2. On this body out of 350 or so images only about 10 have been wasters. It might seem that there is a steep learning curve but honestly speaking any camera you get you'll find that in order to get the most out of your use you need to learn the functions. The tilting screen hasn't been much employed by me on my landscape jaunts and kind of wish it had the same manoeuvrability as the Olympus EM5 mark2. Stick that on an xt2 and I'd have the perfect camera. Wishes for extra? I wish the lovely people from Fuji would have included the built ND filter that was included in the old X100. Another wish? I wish the hoods were better on their lenses. This camera came with a small flash and a cleverly constructed flash as its profile helps when taking shots with flash. Everyone talks about how fantastic the acros filter is... to be perfectly honest yes it produces some great film like looking images and please note I'm old skool. If you can't stretch to this model the XT1 is decent,produces decent monochrome images too. JJC used to produce some excellent lens hoods for the X100. I hope they use that know-how to do the same for the rest of the Fuji lens range. If you want to do macro work none of the lenses combined with this body are adequate. For landscapes and portraiture it's a decent camera considering it's not a full frame. It's light to carry around and easier for packing on longer journeys. The only alternative of this calibre camera I would ever consider as an alternative is the Olympus I mentioned earlier but you'll need to do A LOT of tweaking in LR and PS to get to anything near a realistic colour output. Fuji colour reproduction is simply stunning. If you're toying with a ff body then yes canon or nikon with some good lenses. That comes at a price. I have them as I use them for different projects. Lisakalloo photography is online if you'd like to see the images you can achieve with the XT1 and 2.
I'm a full time professional photographer and I've used Nikon kit for years but these day, I'm much more likely to use the X-T2 on a shoot.
I carry it everywhere.
1) Buy a faster card. If you intend to do any kind of bracketted or sequential shooting, a fast (300MB/s) card will really save your sanity. I was using an 80MB/s card and it was taking about 15 seconds to clear the buffer, all of which the camera was completely locked up. Now it clears the 1Gb buffer in about 1.5 seconds after a burst of 42 RAW&jpegs.
2) The extended eye cup is really nice, even if you don't wear glasses.
3) Don't be afraid to up the ISO - the camera really does have great image quality all the way up to 12800 - make the most of it and up your shutter speed a bit (particularly if shooting kids).