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With improved autofocus and electronic viewfinder performance, the Fuji X-T2 mirrorless digital camera is an update to the popular Fuji X-T1, and is capable of shooting moving subjects under difficult conditions such as in wildlife or sport photography. It includes Fujifilm's sensor and image processing engine, colour-reproduction technology, and perfectly-sized ergonomic dials. For the first time in the X series, the X-T2 supports 4K video recording, and Film Simulation modes can be applied to both video and stills to add impact and depth. Featuring a large 0.77x viewfinder, premium image quality, outstanding operability, and a beautiful, traditional design, the dust and water resistant Fuji X-T2 is the ultimate mirrorless digital camera. More
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The X-T2 features the 24.3MP X-Trans™ CMOS III APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter and the X-Processor Pro high-speed image processing engine to deliver brilliant colour reproduction and gradation of tones, with high ISO sensitivity and low noise. The elimination of a low-pass filter makes it possible to use FUJINON lenses’ to their full capabilities, whilst the combination of the sensor and image processor means that the X-T2 produces image quality comparable to that of cameras equipped with a larger sensor and higher pixel count. The Film Simulation modes have evolved to capture a subject’s textures, three-dimensional feel, and even the atmosphere surrounding it. The X-T2’s video function supports 4K video recording, a first in the Fujifilm X-series of cameras.
Despite having a pixel count 1.5x that of the X-T1, the new device and its enhanced signal processing technology have successfully controlled digital noise even further. Improved ISO sensitivity means ISO 12800, which was part of extended ISOs in the X-T1, is now available as a regular ISO option. Even at ultra-high ISO settings, the camera produces low-noise images, reproducing deep blacks and smooth gradation of tones even in low light conditions.
Roughly 1.8 times the amount of information needed to produce 4K video (3840x2160), or 2.4 times required for full HD video (1920x1080), is packed in to create premium image quality with low moiré. The X-T2 supports high video bitrate recording of 100Mbps for both 4K and Full HD video, enabling high resolution footage. It also supports Clean HDMI output for 4K video recording, and offers the “F-log” log-gamma option which takes advantage of the sensor’s wide dynamic range to record video in wide colour gamut.
The X-T2 has a start-up time of 0.3 seconds, shooting interval of 0.17 seconds1, and shutter release time lag of 0.045 seconds1 to ensure the camera operates exactly as the user intends.
(1. When using the Boost Mode with the Vertical Power Booster Grip)
The number of focusing points in the X-T2 has been expanded from 49 in the previous models up to 91 (up to 325 points). Roughly 40% of the imaging area is covered with phase detection AF pixels to form a fast and precise phase detection AF area. The high-speed processing power and improved algorithm allow the camera to refocus more frequently in Live View mode, enabling accurate predictive auto-focusing. The camera has the ability to autofocus on light, low-contrast objects and subjects with fine and delicate textures, and the contrast detection AF has also been improved. Accurate focusing is obtained even at the low light condition of -3EV.
The AF-C algorithm has been significantly improved to even higher accuracy when focus-tracking moving subjects. According to the type of movement, you can choose individual settings for “Tracking Sensitivity”, “Speed Tracking Sensitivity”, and “Zone Area Switching”.
With a magnification ratio of 0.77x, the X-T2 has a 2.36-million-dot high-resolution organic EL electronic viewfinder that has a lag time of just 0.005 seconds. The maximum brightness has been doubled from previous models, and it features the Automatic Brightness Adjustment function so that it is easy to see even in intense backlighting. The EVF refreshes at a rate of 60fps or 100fps in the boost mode, and the blackout time is less than half of that of the X-T1 due to the parallel processing of Live View display and fast shutter charging. This allows for continuous shooting of 5ps in Live View.
The body of the X-T2 is constructed from magnesium alloy, making it compact, lightweight, solid, and durable. It is weather-sealed at 63 points to achieve a high level of resistance to dust and moisture, and can operate in temperatures down to -10°C. Similar weather-sealing is applied to the lenses and Vertical Power Booster grip to provide weather resistance across the entire system.
The Vertical Power Booster Grip is an optional accessory that is dust and water resistant and capable of operating at temperatures as low as -10°C. It fits two batteries, taking the total number of batteries to three when the one in the camera is included. It can increase the maximum number of frames that can be taken per charge to approximately 1,000 when operating in normal mode. In Boost mode, multiple batteries can operate at the same time to give a boost to camera performance in continuous shooting, shooting interval, shutter release time lag and blackout time, whilst also extending the duration of 4K video recording to approximately 30 minutes. It also features a headphone jack to enable audio monitoring during video recording, and has a battery-charging functionality.
The shutter speed, ISO, exposure compensation, drive modes, and metering modes are controlled by mechanical dials, which are equipped with Lock & Release bottoms and are designed with extra height to improve operability. The X-T2 comes with dual SD card slots, which both support UHS-2 for faster write speed. The two slots can be set up for “Sequential”, “Backup”, “RAW/JPEG”, and “Video Destination”. The rear LCD screen is the X-series’ first three-direction tilting display, and can tilt up and down when shooting in landscape, and up when shooting portrait.
The FUJINON Red Badge zooms – XF-16-55mm f2.8 R LM WR, XF50-140mm f2.8 R LM OIS WR, and XF100-400mm f4.5-5.6 LM OIS WR – are the perfect fit for the X-T2.
The Tether Shooting Plug-in for Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® / Tether Shooting Plug-in Pro for Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® allows you to tether the X-T2 to a Mac or Windows computer for remote shooting. You can automatically transfer and save images on the computer, and shoot while checking Live View images (pro version only).
The FUJIFILM Camera Remote free app can be downloaded onto your smartphone or tablet, and will allow you to use the Wireless Communication function of the X-T2 to transfer photos and videos to the device with easy one-touch operation, or browse photos and videos. The app also allows the X-T2 to download location information from your device. The Remote Control function enables wireless operation of the X-T2’s shutter, exposure, and other setting from your device.
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An excellent upgrade
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast, Semi-Professional
Comments about Fuji X-T2 Digital Camera Body:
Upgraded from an X-T1, and I'm really enjoying the improvements. Fuji's build quality continues to be excellent, and the images from the camera have a wonderful warmth, especially for indoor portraits.Its only downside is fairly average battery life, but I expect to have multiple batteries anyway, so that hasn't been an issue.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
A good step up from the X-T1.
from N.W. England
About Me Professional
I am a long time Fuji user and so am comparing this to the X-T1 and other models.Lets start with the cons, battery life (which isn't a new complaint for Fuji users). Putting it plainly, it isn't great but neither are Sony A7RII or Olympus Pen compared to earlier models. Buy a spare or get the battery grip and you'll be alright, it's no big deal.So that's it, really not a lot to complain about. On the positive side I like the two card slot option, the new battery, the tilting screen improvements, the higher resolution and especially the joystick. Overall it represents a very pleasing improvement on the X-T1, enough to make me trade mine in but perhaps for some it won't be enough - can't please everyone. Fuji cameras have always punched above their weight in my opinion that's why I ditched my DSLR and this one is no exception. The AF is now very much improved, particularly when compared with earlier Fuji X models. This is now my Fuji of choice.
Excellent and timely upgrade on the xt1
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Huge improvement on the xt1 in terms of focus speed and tracking. Better hold grip. Two card slots are brilliant, great for weddings and general shootingetcFocuses better in low light. Tracking is immense once you get to grip with settings. As good as my D750 in locking on to moving subjectsSeems to be better built. More hard plastics to card doors vs the xt1. Face and eye tracking is also a huge improvement vs the xt1. Identifies and locks on the faces every time.Images have more a pop to them than the 16mp cameras. Not a huge difference but you colours seem to stand out more. Very expensive but a very good upgrade on an excellent camera. Impressed. Mirrorless not a compromise vs dslr anymore. Average battery life being the only negative and the fact that my Nissin i40 wasn't compatible with the xt2. Had to send in to Nissin uk and pay £24 for the privilege of getting the flash unit updated so to work with the xt2.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
A true transformation!
I bought my X-T2 to replace my X-T1 and it's a really genuine update to an already terrific camera. Ok, so enough of the superlatives and move to why I rate it so highly. Some gentle updates make the camera more intuitive like being able to lock the top dials, which was a pain on the X-T1 as they were so easy to move. Most importantly for me was 50% increase of pixels. The X-T1 only allowed room for the gentlest of cropping and as I print over 100 16x12 inch prints a year this is an important improvement.Next, the X-T1 had a ISO range of ISO 200-6400, and extension settings to an equivalent of ISO 51,200. The X-T2 increased the native range to 200-12,800 as standard with an ISO 51,200-extension setting also available. I'm not a regular low light shooter, but this was an added bonus.The EVF viewfinder has considerably less lag than the X-T1 which I found immediately noticeable. Add to this to an upgraded AF System with 91-point system but 325 points can be selected in the single-point mode. 65% of the imaging area is covered by AF points and as a larger part of the frame is covered with an increased number of focus points, tracking of moving objects is made easier.Add to the above improvements the newly designed tilting rear screen, improved exposure compensation, a doubling of the maximum shutter speed and an extra card slot and this is a truly amazing upgrade.One other thing I noticed were the quality of the jpegs. Now, as I only use RAW files, but use slot 2 for jpeg backup, I took a look at the resultant jpeg images. How the humble jpeg has improved and the X-T2 allows the user to produce superb straight out of camera results. I'll still use RAW, but wouldn't hesitate to switch to jpeg if the need arose.The new grip is a boon allowing a more comfortable experience especially for those using long lenses, but importantly there are two other features. Firstly it takes 2 batteries, making 3 in all which increases the shooting capability to around 1000 images. It also has a separate charger allowing the batteries to be charged without removing them from the camera/grip. A nice addition! I really would recommend buying the grip.All in all a worthy upgrade although there are one or two caveats. The most important for me are the Custom Bank settings which I find pretty useless. These only allow the saving the simplest of the in camera menu features like film simulation, AF mode etc. Coming from a dSLR the user may be frustrated, as I am, that one cannot assign sepecific multiple shooting settings to the each individual Custom Setting Banks, such as one containing a setup for wildlife, another for portraits etc. etc. I would like to see Fuji address this.Overall though, this is a super camera and a very worthy upgrade. I still won't turn over to mirror-less totally for wildlife as my Nikon D500 with it's optical viewfinder, balance with long lenses is still the best for me. However, I think the days of the traditional dSLR are numbered now.
The best got better
About Me Semi-Professional
Very similar to my XT1 but just better in so many ways. The new AF is a vast improvement over the XT1 and the Image Quality is stunning. You can buy this camera with your head for all the right reasons but your heart will love it too, It's beautiful and paired with the 56mm F1.2 it is incredible. This now getting used instead of my full frame Nikons at weddings and it's a whole new world, very happy with the camera and superb service from Wex again.
(4 of 38 customers found this review helpful)
By Ali the Fuji man
Could not wait to get my hands on the new xt2 having had a great time with the xt1. Loved my xt1 and looked forward to to the next generation and improved xt2.It arrived and then .....er What have I paid all that money for. It feels like a heavier xt1,Two card slots? What is the point when the battery only takes 380 images.The first product from Fuji that I haven't said wow.Now where is my xt1
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Included Accessories: Li-ion battery NP-W126S, Battery charger BC-W126, Shoe-mount flash unit EF-X8, Shoulder strap, Body cap, Strap clip, Protective cover, Clip attaching tool, Hot shoe cover, Vertical Power Booster Grip connector cover, Sync terminal cover, Owner,s manual, Warranty
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