Product Comparison: Fujifilm X-Pro2 vs Fujifilm X-T2
- It feels like a nice quality tool thats just the right size, weight, and specs.
- There's a lot to love about this camera's size, form, and function.
- love the sizes of the "Fujicron" lenses and hope they come out with more.
- This has quickly become my favorite camera, and it's small size and light weight means it goes more places and takes more great photos.
- However, as the apertures have gotten larger, the size and weight is increasing, which tends to defeat some of the purpose of the M43 smaller sensor.
- This is it, great quality, every thing you will want, great lenses, best camera made, light weight just the right size with the options you need!
- For it's weight, size and price point, I don't believe there is a better camera out there.
- The X-T2 hits the ideal sweet spot for my medium-sized hands.
- The best thing about this is the size. It is so small that it is easy to take around.
- It's a great size, Fuji lenses rock, and this thing has every feature I could ask for. The images look great and I'm very, very pleased.
- I tend to shoot in manual mode settings most of the time (as in the included photos) so it is great to be able to adjust the shutter speed ISO in one spot.
- I have heard some complaints but I really like how they placed the ISO dial.
- It has digital zoom function for manual focus, this camera is ergonomic and intuitive as hell, all the dials are on top making changing settings effortless.
- I have the camera set to record RAWs to one card and JPEGs to the other.
- You have to be quite intentional when adjusting ISO with the lift up wheel on top. It works, but takes some time to get used to.
- If you're looking for a rugged, well built camera with excellent image quality, advanced features and lens selection then you can't go wrong with the x-t2.
- As a photographer with no bias of brand, this camera is Awesome! The images produced by it will have you patting yourself on the back!
- The ability to easily adjust aperature, ISO, and/or shutter speed without delving into menus is very useful. Image quality is quite good. No complaints so far.
- The best thing about the camera is the in-camera JPEG images. I always prefer to shoot and edit in RAW, but Fuji's JPEGs are so good. Being able to shoot multiple film emulation types at once is a nice feature as well.
- The colors are amazing and low-light performance is great as well. Any noise that is present at higher ISOs is fine and monochromatic which allows the image to retain detail.
- The LCD does not angle out, but I don't mind as I shoot 99% of the time with my face on the eye piece.
- The eye piece is off to the far left so no more nose smudges on my screen!
- The screen and OVF have great resolution that is noticeably better.
- Using live view, I can look down at my camera's LCD screen that's flipped up and focus more on composing my shot rather than worrying about if people are noticing me. This means capturing more real-life moments and less time planning out *how* you're going to capture those moments.
- The rear LCD is likewise big and bright. The multi-articulating screen is nice, but is the only part of the camera that doesn't feel indestructible.
- The tilting screen helps me more than I ever thought it would. Fuji struck gold with this one.
- Colors are stunning and being able to see what you're getting right there on the screen or in the viewfinder is incredible.
- Tilt screen is not articulating the side way tilt is little awkward but I guess as many use it in the field its practical uses shall emerge
- It very much is weather resistant. I have taken through and close to large waterfalls that mist enough water to soak your shirt in minutes.
- The more you shoot the faster you'll learn. You wont enjoy this camera until you've mastered the dials.
- I tend to shoot in manual mode settings most of the time so it is great to be able to adjust the shutter speed ISO in one spot.
- Auto-ISO setting are great for those who shoot primes and like to quickly adjust minimum shutter speeds.
- 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.
- Loving this camera so far. So many great features and a robust ecosystem. Doesn’t get the love of other brands but this is a great all around camera.
- onsidering latest firmware update one can say I just downloaded brand new camera. The list of available features keeps growing and easily could be compared to latest DSLRs.
- Being able to shoot multiple film emulation types at once is a nice feature as well.
- It’s highly customizable, yet will turn out fantastic shots in full auto mode.
- The fact that AF can be locked and override autofocus was also a draw for me. [edit Oct 18, 2016 in AF+MF you can use the manual focus ring to adjust focus which is useful in macro mode if the camera is focusing on the wrong part of the frame. ]
- Two card slots, great.
- This big bad boy has fast focus, a great combo optical viewfinder, dual card slots and a great, well balanced body. Couldn't be happier with it.
- The wifi connection to the phone app is very stable.
- I saw a lot of reviews saying the wifi connection was bad I can say it's definitely ok it connects and transfers the media well I love the feel and love the 35mm Lens.
- Dual SD card slots; and you can add a well-designed optional handgrip.
- Until they fix this, I can't recommend this camera. Wifi connectivity is basic in cameras a fraction this price.
- I love the WiFi because you can get your pictures on you phone right away and post it on social media.
- So far my only complaint is the WIFI has been a bit spotty. I have had some trouble connecting the camera to my iPhone 6.
- The only downside to the camera is the app for the phone. It only connects about 1/2 the time, and when it does, it's a bit clunky. That'll take some refining, but nothing against the performance of the camera or lens.
- There is no built in GPS so geotagging requires a connection to the fujifilm cam remote on your phone to utilize the phones GPS. Given that built in GPS is available on much cheaper and less feature ridden cameras this is a little disappointing.