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Fujifilm X-E2S Mirrorless Camera w/XF18-55 Lens Kit (Black)
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- 16MP APS-C X Trans CMOS II sensor with phase detection AF and EXR Processor II for superb images even in low light
- Intelligent Hybrid AF with new Zone and Wide/Tracking Auto Focus that vastly improves focusing performance when shooting moving subjects
- Real-time 2.36 million-dot OLED EVF with 0.005 second display lag time
- Silent Electronic Shutter is capable of exposures up to 1/32000 sec., 11 Film Simulation Modes including CLASSIC CHROME
- New AUTO Mode switches toggles easily between manual control and SR Auto that recognizes scene type and optimizes the camera setting automatically
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From X-E2 to the X-E2S - the evolution
From Film Simulation to improved performance and faster autofocus - FUJIFILM X-E2S enables you to capture your vision as true-to-life a way as possible. The improved grip, silent electronic shutter and a more intuitive GUI make this an excellent addition to a photographer’s kit.
2.36M-Dot High-Precision Electronic Viewfinder
The FUJIFILM X-E2S is equipped with a 2.36M-dot organic EL electronic viewfinder with 100% coverage. The display is incredibly clear thanks to an optical structure using two glass lenses and one double-sided aspherical lens. Also, since effects such as Film Simulation and exposure compensation can be applied, you can check how an image will look in real time.
It is also possible to display natural tones, just as the naked eye would, by turning the preview picture effects off.
The X-E2S has a viewfinder magnification of 0.62x, making it larger and clearer than entry-level SLR cameras.
16MP APS-C X Trans CMOS II sensor
Due to the X-Trans CMOS II sensor architecture that eliminates the need for an optical low-pass filter (OLPF) and integrates FUJFILM's originally developed color filter array, the FUJIFILM X-E2S reproduces scenes with resolution and clarity rivaling a larger sensor.
X-Trans CMOS II sensor incorporates an original color filter array with a highly random pattern, eliminating the need for an optical low-pass filter (OLPF). These filters are used in conventional systems to inhibit moiré at the expense of resolution. The X-Trans CMOS II sensor array lets the sensor capture unfiltered light from the lens, achieving an unprecedented level of resolution.
Recreating the colors of Fujifilm's photographic films
Over decades of film manufacture Fujifilm has perfected the skill of color reproduction and it lives on in the FUJIFILM X-E2S. Pleasing skin tones, natural blues and greens, and the ability to perfectly record the diversity of white balance conditions throughout the day are all taken in the camera's stride, and it also boasts a wide dynamic range for better reproduction of detail.
Film Simulation, perfected through Fujifilm's passion and philosophy of color reproduction over 80 years of photographic film manufacturing, allows users to create the colors and tones of photographic film, delivering high quality results with ease. If you shoot RAW, the in-camera RAW processing function enables any of the 11 Film Simulation options to be applied post-capture, broadening your shooting options.
Selectable Autofocus Functions to Match the Subject
High-Speed Phase Detection AF
The camera's Intelligent Hybrid AF system combines the excellent autofocus speed of phase detection AF with the strong low light performance of contrast AF. The phase detection pixels in the center of the image sensor deliver autofocusing speeds as short as 0.06 sec*. In addition, Phase Detection AF tracking abilities in dark conditions have been improved.
AF-S + Single Point:
Delivers highly accurate autofocus on a specific area. Choose any one of 49-point focus areas, then select the size of the area in five different levels.
AF-S + Zone:
Effective for a subject with moderate movements, which the Single Area mode may have difficulty capturing. Choose a 3x3, 5x3 or 5x5 AF area. Use the centrally-positioned 3x3 and 5x3 phase detection AF areas for faster autofocusing speeds.
AF-S + Wide/Tracking:
The camera automatically selects and focuses using several of the 77-point focus areas. This is ideally suited to subjects with unpredictable movements, or multiple moving subjects.
AF-C + Single Point:
Pin-points a subject with a fixed direction of movement, e.g. moving towards the camera. Choose any one of 49-point focus areas, and select the size of the area in five levels.
AF-C + Zone:
Tracks a subject when shooting hand-held, using a 3x3, 5x3 or 5x5 area to maintain focus. Choose the phase detection AF areas for faster autofocusing speeds.
AF-C + Wide/Tracking:
Perfect for capturing a subject that moves unpredictably up/down, left/right and closer/further from the camera. Suitable for shooting with a tripod, simply pick the starting position to start tracking the subject.
Focus Peaking highlights high-contrast areas as a guide while focusing manually. Even smoother focusing is possible using the Digital Split Image function, which combines right and left sides of the image to show sharp focus.
Ultra-fast electronic shutter
The camera is equipped with an ultra-fast electronic shutter with a maximum speed of 1/32,000 sec., so you can take pictures at wide apertures even in bright outdoor scenes. This means you can take full advantage of the bokeh effects from FUJINON XF lenses. Mechanical shutter, electronic shutter, or a combination of the two can be selected.
Pan the camera using the guidelines to shoot amazing panoramic images. You can choose between 180 degrees or 120 degrees, and specify vertical or horizontal panning. Once all the shots are taken, the camera automatically combines the images into a panoramic shot.
Create unique images by using one of eight Advanced Filters. Effects include Toy Camera for a retro look, Miniature for creating a diorama effect, and Pop Color for high contrast and saturation. You can preview the effect through the viewfinder or on the LCD screen.
Made in Japan
The mark of high quality. The "MADE IN JAPAN" insignia shows that exacting standards have been used from design to production to maximize performance and deliver high quality images.
FUJIFILM Camera Remote
With the new dedicated 'FUJIFILM Camera Remote' application, you can focus and trigger the camera release from your smartphone or tablet. The app not only lets you adjust focus, but also control settings like shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation and ISO sensitivity. You can even apply other settings like Film Simulation, self-timer, and flash while 'Touch AF' lets you focus from your phone or tablet, too. Imagine all the situations where this smart assistant will come in handy! Take commemorative group photos with yourself in the shot, capture wildlife photos, or remotely release the shutter for night shots free from camera shake.The photographic possibilities are endless.
Interval Timer shooting
The start time, number of shots, and interval can all be set by the camera, allowing use for time-lapse shooting and shots taken with the self-timer. The camera can be set to take 1 - 999 shots over intervals of 1sec - 24 hours.
Frame rates can be selected from 60fps, 50fps, 30fps, 25fps and 24fps for Full HD movies, supporting worldwide motion picture formats. It is also possible to change the settings of aperture, shutter speed, and exposure compensation while shooting a movie. Just as with still images, program, aperture priority, shutter priority and manual modes can be selected, as well as film simulation modes. Various expressions can be enjoyed such as a documentary style with Classic Chrome.
The FUJIFILM X-E2S delivers rangefinder style with premium quality. This new mirrorless camera is an upgrade to FUJIFILM's X-E2 and has the same durable, compact, lightweight body that many Fujifilm X photographers have come to love. It comes equipped with Fujifilm's latest AF system that excels at capturing moving subjects. The X-E2S features a Real-Time Viewfinder that offers a large display magnification of 0.62x1 and an electronic viewfinder with a quick display time lag2 of 0.005 seconds. Building on the functionality and stylish design of the original X-E2, this new X series camera adds an improved grip, a silent electronic shutter and a more intuitive GUI to make this camera an excellent addition to any photographer's kit. 1: Market leading viewfinder magnification ratio. Approx. 0.62x magnification 50mm (35mm format equivalent) at infinity and diopter set to -1.0 m-1. 2: Fujifilm research as of January 2016.
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Transitioning from Nikon to Fuji has been a little bit of a challenge because there are all new menus to memorize. Arrrgghhh. The only thing that has tripped me up a few times is the electronic shutter. I go back and forth shooting with a flash (on and off camera) and I keep forgetting you can't use the electronic shutter and shoot with a flash (sync issues). Now I think I've got it. The flash sync speed is a little low at 180, but I'm getting use to that too.
So far the idiosyncrasies have been minimal and easily overcome. (Like the lens mounts rotate in the opposite direction as Nikon) The big payoff has been the beautiful image quality. I bought several lenses to test (14mm, 18mm, 27mm, 18-55mm, 50-230mm). I've found all of them on sale or as grey market lenses on Ebay, so not a huge investment. For street photography my go-to lens has been the 14mm (with absolutely NO distortion). For general walking-around I like the 15-55mm kit lens (it's painful to call this a kit lens because it's so MUCH better than a typical kit lens). The surprise of the group has been the 50-230mm which I found on sale for an amaizing $199. It's not a speed demon telephoto, but because I shoot outdoors I've caught some great shots using this cheapie long lens. I'm selling the 18mm because it's gathering dust after I bought the 14mm. As we all know, image quality is a function of both the lens and the body (sensor), so I've tested this body with several lenses and give it a solid 5 stars.
- Image quality
- Size & weight
- Available lenses are A+ (but wait for them to go on sale. Be patient)
- Excellent low light performance
- I'm never sure where to put my thumb when shooting. It keeps hitting controls.
- Learning new menu controls sucks - but this isn't the camera's fault.
- Off-camera flash solutions are limited (trigger systems). Admittedly this isn't the primary use of this camera for most people.
I wanted a new camera to replace my canon 50d (to big) and canon g16.(low quality)
I compared this camera to the Sony 6000a which was similar in price but past disappointments with Sony products pushed me away.
I compared to Olympus omd 5II which I really liked. The features were better but the larger price and smaller sensor swayed my mind.
My choice was made primarily because of the Larger sensor and price. I didn't want to spend much over $1000
I choose mirror less because I wanted a smaller camera than an slr. I did consider advance point and shoot but to pricey for what you get. (their main advantage is they are pocketable.
There was only one big thing I sacrificed in choosing this camera I wanted a tilting lcd.
I have had it two days and so far I love it.
It looks great.
It is a perfect size.
All the settings I will need.
Menu is easy to use.
The pictures I have taken so far are great with no noise at 1600 iso
Downside I had to update lightroom 6
This Camera is so much fun. It is taking me some time to get comfortable with (because I have only used canon cameras).
But is such a joy to use. Pictures are beautiful, focus is fast. The lens is perfect, I never need the Flash. (low noise and Lens IS)
This is simply a beautiful machine, small, light and does what it is made to do.
The one thing I do miss a lot is custom delay timer on canon cameras.
I chose Fujifilm over Sony based purely on the stories of the "joy of shooting" it was bringing out of photographers and I have experienced it as well! You can see more of my photos on Instagram @klausphotos, if you're interested!
I chose the X-E2S because it was compact, with sturdy build with top electronic viewing, superior Fuji optics, and was on sale. I also ordered the companion 50-230 tele kit . . . all for under $1000. I understood the cinema function was limited, but cared less for movies.
On receipt, the upgraded kit lens was excellent, but somewhat large for my street use. I began a search to add a pancake lens (ongoing).
I devoured the manuals supplied, but had a hard time with them, seeking an independent evaluation/instruction book to help.
I am pleased with results from the X-E2S, and look forward to using it to record my existing life.