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Fujifilm X-Pro2 Body Professional Mirrorless Camera (Black)
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- Newly-developed 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor reduces moiré and false colors to dramatically improve image quality and X-Processor Pro engine increases response times, achieves faster AF, lower noise and better color reproduction
- Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder featuring a Multi-Magnification function that automatically switches view-finder magnification according to the lens and simultaneous EVF over OVF display
- Electronic shutter maximum speed of 1/32000 sec and a focal plane shutter with a top speed of 1/8000 sec. with flash synchronization of up to 1/250 sec.
- Intelligent Hybrid Phase detection AF with 273 selectable AF points, Dual SD Slots
- 16 Film simulation modes including the new ACROS monochrome mode and Grainy effect
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The Fujifilm X-Pro2 takes X-Series camera performance to new heights. The 24MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor and high performance X Processor Pro dramatically improves image quality. The weather resistant rugged body and dual SD memory card slots to fulfill the wishes of every pro photographer.
New X-Trans CMOS III
The newly-developed 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor boasts the highest ever pixel count for an X-Series camera. Combined with an XF lens, it delivers images with a perceived resolution far greater than the number of pixels used. In addition, the phase detection pixels have been positioned over a larger area for a faster, more precise phase detection AF performance. High ISO sensitivity performance has also been improved to the point that the whole sensitivity range — up to the maximum ISO 12,800 (Extended output sensitivity up to 51,200) — can now be used with confidence.
The sensor readout speed is now approximately twice as fast, delivering high-speed continuous shooting, precise AF tracking, playback and higher quality movies.
New X Processor Pro
Thanks to the newly-developed X-Processor Pro engine, processing speeds are now approximately four times faster than a conventional model. This maximizes the capabilities of the X-Trans CMOS III sensor to ensure it delivers the highest image quality with super-fast response times. In addition, thanks to the high-speed reading technology of the sensor, the conventional EVF's display speed of 54fps has been increased to a maximum of 85fps. This substantially reduces the image delay phenomenon when tracking a moving subject. Blackout time after release has also been reduced by approximately half and compressed Raw is supported, improving the ease-of-handling of Raw data.
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 features a new CPU for high-speed processing. The Buffer memory has also been increased for an even faster response.
Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder
Photographers love looking through a viewfinder to take photos, which is why X-Series models have used finders from the very start. Combining the advantages of both an OVF and an EVF, Fujifilm has perfected the Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder with three viewing options. Now you can return to the roots of photography with the only viewfinder of its kind in the world.
The EVF is simultaneously displayed as a small window in the optical viewfinder. It can be displayed in three different ways: 100% field of view, 2.5x magnification and 6x magnification. This allows the user to check focus, the angle-of-view, exposure and white balance in real-time, even when taking photos through the OVF. As it can also be used with MF assist, precise MF is possible in the OVF mode.
Advanced optical viewfinder system
The optical design of the viewfinder has been improved, moving the eye point from 14mm on the previous model to 16mm. A diopter correction dial is also included, which makes the viewfinder even more comfortable to use.
Dual-Function ISO Dial
The shutter speed and ISO dials have now been combined into one dial, which is reminiscent of those found on old film cameras. Changing the ISO is done by lifting the outer portion of the dial. Now all exposure settings can be performed with dials.
Film Simulation - New ACROS
Using the knowledge gained from accurately reproducing color in film manufacturing, Film Simulation allows the user to change color and tone settings to match the subject, scene and creative intent, just as if shooting with a roll of film. There are a total of 15 modes including PROVIA / Standard, Velvia / Vivid and ASTIA / Soft.
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 features the new ACROS Film Simulation mode. Its features include smoother gradation, deep blacks and beautiful textures. Ultra high-quality monochrome images are possible, adding extra creativity to the general monochrome mode.
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 has the ability to reproduce graininess typically unique to film-based images. There are two strengths: Strong or Weak, which can be combined with each of the different Film Simulation modes. The effects are also possible through in-camera Raw development.
Focus Lever allows you to instantly change the focus area
The new Focus Lever on the back of the camera can be moved like a joystick in eight directions to instantly move the focus area. Now, rapid focus area changes can be made, even when composing an image. Not only is this available to move the AF point during AF mode, but it can also be used during MF mode to quickly move the enlarged display area when using MF assist.
Phase Detection AF area expanded to 7x7
The number of selectable focusing points has been expanded from 49 on previous models to 77. Approximately 40% 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.
Advanced MF Mode
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 comes equipped with different types of MF assist including Digital Split Image, which is reminiscent of old rangefinders, and Focus Peaking where color is used to show the parts of the image that are in focus.
Durable magnesium body
Tough conditions are no longer to be feared. The Fujifilm X-Pro2 can be relied upon to take a picture at any time in any conditions.
Reliability is one of the most important considerations when choosing a camera, so the Fujifilm X-Pro2 needs to work at any moment, regardless of where you are and what type of scene you want to photograph. That's why the camera body is made from magnesium and features a dust-proof, splash-proof and freezeproof structure, along with a highly durable focal plane shutter and dual card slot.
Dual SD Card Slots
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 is the first mirrorless camera to offer dual SD card slots for highly reliable data storage. Slot 1 is compatible with UHS-II standards for excellent write speeds. One of three recording methods can be selected: sequential, backup and Raw / JPEG sorting.
Images can be copied between SD cards within the camera, making image data backup possible without a PC.
1/8000 sec. Shutter Speed
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 comes equipped with a focal plane shutter boasting a durability of 150,000 shots, a maximum speed of 1/8000 sec and a flash sync speed of 1/250sec. Furthermore, the camera also includes an electronic shutter with completely silent operation and a maximum speed of 1/32,000 sec, allowing users to select maximum apertures even in bright conditions.
As it's used so frequently, exposure compensation has been made into a dual-purpose dial. Compensation up ±3 stops in 1/3 steps is possible even with the camera to your eye thanks to the dial's knurled shape. But if the C position is selected, exposure compensation of up to ±5 stops is possible using the front command dial.
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.
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The FUJIFILM X-Pro2 takes X-Series camera performance to new heights. The new 24MP X-Trans CMOS III image sensor and high performance X Processor Pro image processing engine dramatically improve image quality. The Ad-vanced Hybrid Viewfinder is capable of instantly switching between optical and electronic viewfinders. Fast focal plane shutter and intelligent Hybrid Phase detection take performance a step further. Plus, there's a new weather resistant rugged body and dual SD memory card slots to fulfill the wishes of every pro photographer. By combining these features with the ultra-high image quality of FUJINON X-Mount lenses and FUJIFILM's renowned color reproduction technology, the X-Pro2 delivers the best ever results from an X-series camera.
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1-AF- to me it is excellent, it is so snappy, and works so well, different drives for different work e.g. single point for stationary objects like studio work, wide for BIF or animals, zone for youngsters or bikers or sports. (TURN ON PERFORMANCE MODE)
2-Color, just amazing, the grain effect is beautiful, the color profiles are gorgeous, I would whole heartedly say no one does this as good as Fuji does this.
3-IQ the image quality out of this camera does not leave me wanting, its so nice, its a good file size, and I was already getting great results with the previous 16mp now I have 24mp (I turn my sharpness up +1, this makes post process easier and the photos a tiny bit crisper
4-Ergonomics- just perfect, I love shooting with this thing, great weight, feel, buttons, joystick, dual card slots, large buffer, I really like the ISO/shutter dial, the OVF is beautiful. Make sure to turn on CORRECTED AF FRAME, this make for easier use when shooting telephoto.
Conclusion, this is by far the best camera that Ive owned, I prefer it over the Sony A series, and all Micro 4/3, battery life, I get 500 shots on my fuji batteries, using the Fuji 100-400, and switching between OVF/EVF, and settings all the time. I turned off picture preview, I don't really find the need to chimp much.
This update is fantastic, the focus is now in wonderful DSLR league, the whole camera is now full circle a professional machine. I usually leave the camera in OVF mode and have center heavy zone focus. It works so well, I love this camera even though I have also purchased the XT2. If you shoot RAW, remember that Lightroom treats the files in an odd way, there are lots of persons who show how to change the defaults. Honestly I shoot jpeg 90% of the time.
I prefer rangefinder-style bodies for aesthetic reasons, but the X-Pro2's body feels a little large in my small-ish hands; I think I prefer the size of the X-T1. That said, I can still easily hold it with one hand, and I appreciate its solid feel. I also miss the X-T1's EVF. As a glasses-wearer, the smaller hybrid viewfinder is a little tougher to see. Nevertheless, the camera feels very refined: the build is solid, the controls fall nicely under my fingers, and the haptics are spot on (the exposure compensation dial, in particular, has the perfect amount of resistance).
I moved from the X-T1 to the X-Pro2 for three primary reasons: the 24 megapixel X-Trans III sensor, the ACROS film simulation, and the 1/8000 shutter speed. To my eyes, image quality is very similar to the X-T1 with the added benefit of additional cropping latitude--exactly what I was hoping for. I'm also really enjoying the Acros film simulation. It seems a little more contrasty than the standard monochrome simulation, and the film grain effect adds a new dimension to printed photos. Finally having a 1/8000 shutter speed has already proven useful for outdoor shooting with fast lenses (I'd rather not have to carry ND filters). Overall, for a JPEG shooter like myself, the X-Pro2's image quality and tweak-ability is a dream come true.
Unfortunately, autofocus speed does not seem significantly improved to me, even with the new Fujinon XF35mm F2 R WR. Fujifilm did a nice job explaining the X-Pro2's autofocus and associated limitations on its web site (in brief: a handful of lenses, like the new 35mm, use a newer chip that enables quicker autofocus), but I was still hoping to see some additional speed. When shooting young kids, I can't help but feel that my Olympus OM-D E-M1 is subjectively quicker in single-shot autofocus mode. The speed is certainly not a deal-breaker, and for most use cases it's more than sufficient, but it's an area where Fujifilm can continue to improve.
[Update] After spending a little more time with the camera, I'd like to point out two additional features that I've enjoyed. First, the grain effect for JPEGs. I initially thought this might be a gimmick--and, indeed, it might be--but I've found that dialing in some weak grain provides a nice microcontrast-like effect, especially when used in conjunction with the classic chrome film simulation. Second, the dual SD card slot. I have the camera set to record RAWs to one card and JPEGs to the other. That way I can tweak images in-camera using the built-in RAW converter, but easily transfer only the JPEGs to my computer. It also gives me a backup in case one of the cards should fail (something that's only happened to me once).
In sum, the Fujifilm X-Pro2 provides a very refined experience: a solid and evolved physical package that produces beautiful image quality. I'm most happy with the X-Pro2, and I look forward to continuing to get to know it.
I have shot Nikon SLRs for 15 years and still own a D800 along with a full complement of lenses.
I once owned a Fuji X100 which began my love of shooting with the XSeries. Eventually, upgraded to the X100s and waited for years for the update to the XPRO line as the X-T1 while widely lauded, was not the shooting style I loved with Fuji. (I feel you are an SLR style shooter or prefer the Range-Finder style)
The Ranger-Finder like form factor is perfect for my intended use: Street portraits and Travel Photography.
I have had this camera for almost two weeks and aside from the initial settings reset that plagued many within the first day of owning (happens once and the Firmware to fix is on its way this week), I have had ZERO issues with this beauty. I am about 500 images in and the IQ on this thing is ridiculous. The camera emotes and so do the photos it takes. Now if you are going to zoom in at 100% and 'measurebate' every individual pixel then perhaps this is not the camera for you. If you are looking to shoot a ton of video then there may be other options out there. This is truly a photographer's camera.
And as for numbers and speed, all I can say is that shooting side by side with my D800, the only big difference observed is the size and weight differential. Any AF Speed differential is hardly discernible, even in low light. The images are beautiful with incredible dynamic range and while I will keep my D800 for other shooting needs, it now feels like a brick.
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