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Fujifilm X-Pro2 Compact System Camera, 24.3 MP, X-Trans CMOS III - Black
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- 24.3 MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor
- Enhanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder offering the benefits of both optical and electronic viewfinders
- Robust, weather resistant body
- Graphical user interface design
- Fujifilm X-Pro2, Li-ion battery NP-W126, Battery Charger BC-W126 (supplied with a UK plug)
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The Fujifilm X-Pro2 has developed 24.3 MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor along with and enhanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder offering the benefits of both optical and electronic viewfinders. It's robust, weather resistant body meets the needs of professional photographers and makes for an ideal camera when out and about.
These colour filters also have the effect of increasing the resolution so, when shooting with a high-resolution Fujinon lens, the camera delivers images with a perceived resolution far greater than the actual number of pixels used.
Fujifilm X-Pro2, Li-ion battery NP-W126, Battery Charger BC-W126 (supplied with a UK plug), Shoulder strap, Body cap, Strap clip, Protective cover, Clip attaching tool, Owner's manual, Warranty
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Fujifilm X-Pro2 Compact System Camera, 24.3 MP, X-Trans CMOS III - Black
Ultimate image quality
- The X-Pro2 features the 24.3 MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor that uses a unique random colour filter array to reduce moiré and false colours without the need for an optical low-pass filter (OLPF). By eliminating the OLPF the resolving power of FUJINON lenses is maximized to deliver images comparable to a larger, higher resolution sensor.
- Fujifilm’s colour reproduction technology, developed through over 80 years of producing photographic film, delivers beautiful colours just as you remember them, including warm skin tones, clear blue skies, and the vivid greens of foliage.
- The X-Pro2 features the ACROS Film Simulation mode. Harnessing the high processing performance of the X Processor Pro, this mode produces smooth tones, deep blacks and rich textures that are far superior to conventional monochrome modes.
- A Grain Effect mode adds graininess to photographs. This mode produces images reminiscent of old film photos, especially when printed
- Improved noise reduction has been made possible by an improvement in signal processing technology. High ISO sensitivity performance has also been improved to the point that the whole sensitivity range – up to the maximum ISO 12,800 in RAW – can now be used with confidence. Even the higher settings - up to ISO 51,200, there are smoother gradations and deeper blacks, vastly increasing low light shooting options.
- An improved electric charge transfer rate and algorithm means ultra-fast readout speeds are possible. This has led to a significant improvement in functions including AF speed and continuous shooting performance.
Ultra-high performance X-Processor Pro
- The powerful X-Processor Pro dramatically improves a wide range of response times. Start-up time is just 0.4 sec., plus the camera also boasts the shortest shooting interval of 0.25 sec., a shutter time lag of 0.05 sec. and AF in 0.06 sec.)
- By using compressed RAW files, performance and functionality now meets the needs of professional photographers, including faster live view and even higher definition movies.
Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder
- The EVF uses an LCD with 2.36 million dots. The display speed has been improved from the 54 fps of the previous model to a maximum speed of 85 fps, which substantially reduces the image delay phenomenon when tracking a moving subject. Blackout time after release has also been reduced by approximately half, to 150 ms, so it’s comparable to an optical viewfinder.
- The optical viewfinder’s design is based on the proven system from the X-Pro1. It incorporates a diopter correction mechanism and has a longer eye point of 16 mm so the finder is easier to see through. In addition, the telephoto bright frame has been enlarged from a focal length of 60 mm to 140 mm, further enhancing practicality and convenience.
- The X-Pro2 features an Electronic Rangefinder (ERF) mode that was highly rated on the X100 series. It displays a small electronic viewfinder on top of the optical viewfinder, which can be used to check focus, the angle-of-view, exposure and white balance in real-time, even when taking photos through the OVF.
Greater functionality and faster autofocus
- Approximately 40 per cent of the imaging area is now covered by fast, precise phase detection AF pixels, which means focusing speeds when photographing moving subjects have improved dramatically. By combining the processing capabilities of the X Processor Pro with a contrast AF readout speed that’s 2x faster than before, the X-Pro2 delivers the fastest AF performance ever in an X-Series camera.
- By improving the predictive AF algorithm and increasing the accuracy of the phase detection AF information continuous shooting at up to 8.0 fps is possible.
Rugged and reliable body
The body is made from rigid magnesium alloy and has seals in approximately 61 places making it splash and dust resistant. It will also continue to operate in temperatures as low as -10 degree Celsius so it can be used almost anywhere without having to worry about the conditions.
- It features the same semi-gloss black finish as the X-Pro1. This finish can only be added after a thorough polishing and adds a luxurious touch that will please câmera enthusiasts.
- The focal plane shutter boasts a top speed of 1/8000 sec., flash sync at up to 1/250sec and shutter durability of 150,000 shots, making it both versatile and reliable.
- A dual SD slot has been added for the first time in an X-series camera. Not only does this reduce the need to replace cards frequently, it also enables multi-shot continuous shooting and reduces the risk of data loss.
- The rear LCD uses a 3 inch display with 1.62-million dots. This makes it perfect for composing images as well as assessing shots from the X-Trans CMOS III sensor for sharpness, colour accuracy and white balance.
Accessories for extra convenience
- Hand Grip MHG-XPRO2
Improves the grip on the camera and reduces the chances of camera shake, especially when using heavy, large aperture lenses. This grip can be left in place when using a tripod and enables users to change the battery and SD card without having to remove the grip from the body. The Arca Swiss plate can be used as a quick release with compatible tripods.
- Leather Case BLC-XPRO2
This genuine-leather bottom case shows off the X-Pro2’s classic design while protecting the camera body. The battery can be replaced while the case is attached to the camera and the case comes with a cloth to wrap the entire camera body when storing it in a bag.
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Top Customer Reviews
My X-Pro2 arrived earlier than expected. Amazon were publishing a release date of March 7th but mine arrived on March 6th. Despite it being a very grey, flat, miserable Sunday I set everything up the way I wanted it and headed out for a short local photo walk to see how it performed.
Build quality is superb as always with Fuji. It feels wonderful in the hand and this time buttons and dials are just where you need them to be. The joystick for moving the autofocus point is such a simple but wonderful addition. At the moment I'm still finding myself automatically going for the D-pad to shift my focus point every so often, quite likely because that's how I have my X100T set up. The number of autofocus points is astonishing - you're not really going to need to focus and recompose with this camera. And the autofocus performance? That will likely be the key question in mind for any owner of this camera's predecessor. How do I best answer this. I've only had a couple of shoots with this camera so far and I have been astonished at the autofocus performance.Read more ›
I have been a fan of Fuji cameras for a while having had previously a X10 and a A100T. Loved both cameras which were revolutionary when they were released. Regrettably I broke my arm and my X10 in the fall and my wife got me a Leica Q so had to unload the X100T but I had fun with both.
What hit me first about the X Pro 2 was how nicely it sits in your hands and it just feels right. I was using a 56mm lens (which was one of the best I have ever used) and took a number of shots over a few hours of the model. The autofocus was excellent and as good as anything I have used. This is a big step up from the X Pro 1 which had autofocus problems and hunting issues. The X Pro 2 also has a 24 mb sensor.
There are a number of changes to the original X Pro 1. First this has two SD card slots and you can use the second to store say Raw images on with jpegs to the other or request the camera to duplicate the shots. Nice feature which is amiss of the Sony cameras and Leicas I use.
The controls are intuitive and I found it easy to use the fn buttons as command buttons making it easy to change iso or whatever your preference would be for an allocation to these buttons, of which there are several.
The joy stick is also new and I like the ease of use to refocus.
Easy to refocus and hold focus and the rear screen and electric viewfinder worked well switching when I raised the camera to my eye to the electric viewfinder and to the rear screen when I took my eye away.
Range of ISO has been increased and this would certainly help in low light conditions.Read more ›
In many ways very similar cameras - both excellent.
What attracted me to the Fuji X-Pro2 was its outstanding high ISO performance.
But since using the camera I've found a lot of other features to love about it!
When the camera arrived I started by comparing at high ISO. Both are great but the Fuji excels with high ISO. The Sony tries to smooth high ISO noise in JPGs - which often looks good but often results in a loss of detail and a "smearing" effect.
The Fuji has more grain - but its a pleasant film like grain - and it retains much more detail. I'd be happy with large prints from the Fuji at least 1 or 2 stops higher ISO then the Sony.
Another unexpected bonus was the Fuji's dynamic range - which surprised me as the reviews tend to suggest it has a poor dynamic range.
I've attached two images to this review. In both cases the JPGs were taken on camera default settings at f8 - both with auto dynamic range enhancing switched on.
I edited both in Lightroom and pushed them to the max to get highlight ( sky ) and ground details looking as good as possible. The Sony has limited highlight detail to extract - but the Fuji I was able to get a lot of sky detail back in Lightroom - without any noise or other issues.
I also tried with the Fuji RAW file - and this had even more detail than the JPG ( as to be expected )
What's good about the Fuji dynamic range enhancement is it doesn't leave the images looking flat and lacking in contrast - which can happen with the Sony and its HDR settings.
I think this is the closest any camera has got to representing the dynamic range I can see with my eye.Read more ›
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