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It is hard to lớn believe that it has been five years since Fuji first announced its mirrorless X system with the launch of the Fuji X-Pro1, along with the first three lenses. It was a pretty rough ride for Fuji since the system looked very appealing & yet the initial feedbachồng and Đánh Giá indicated that the camera was full of bugs & autofocus issues. But despite the negative reactions, Fuji did not give sầu up, since it wanted to lớn make the X system successful at all costs. Within a year, the X-Pro1 was transformed inlớn a whole different camera – major firmware issues were taken care of and the AF system became much more polished & reliable.

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Fuji decided not to lớn leave its original customers behind, letting them get the latest và greatest through “Kaizen” firmware upgrades. And although Fuji released a bunch of new X-series cameras, the X-Pro1 continued to receive sầu firmware feature upgrades for another 4 years, something no other manufacturer has done in the past. That level of commitment did not go unnoticed by the photography community, creating a large and loyal Fuji người base. After a long wait, Fuji finally revealed the much-anticipated X-Pro2 that many photo lớn enthusiasts & professionals have sầu been waiting for. Last Christmas, an amazing gift from FujiFilm Italia gave me the opportunity khổng lồ experience the Fuji X-Pro2. Since Naslặng also had some thoughts khổng lồ nội dung with PL readers after using the camera for a few months, we decided to combine our efforts into a single reviews.

FujiFilm X-Pro2 in Venice, Italy © Simone Conti

Let me openly discđại bại something: I am a loyal Fuji user and my Fuji X100S has long been the closest thing khổng lồ a security blanket (I Call it my Linus) I have ever had. The reason I continue to be in love with this br& is related to how much I appreciate working with their products (both analog & digital!)… even if they really disappointed me with the cancellation of the production of FP-100Phường cartridge films (the wound still hurts).

The Blue Mosque © Naslặng Mansurov/>X-Pro2 + XF56mmF1.2 R APD
56milimet, ISO 200, 1/8, f/5.6

Before moving lớn the X-Pro2… Can you take great pictures with mirrorless cameras? Yes! Can you use an APS-C mirrorless camera as a professional tool? Yes, definitely! Is it worth switching your whole DSLR system to a mirrorless one? It all depends on what you are planning khổng lồ use the camera for. For shooting everything but fast action, there is little reason to lớn go with a DSLR nowadays, especially given the fact that major DSLR manufacturers like Canon and Nikon have long given up on making small & lightweight lenses for their APS-C cameras. However, if you shoot fast action such as sports và wildlife, DSLRs still reign supreme due khổng lồ faster và more reliable autofocus, fewer blackouts/lags, và a wide selection of super-telephoto lớn lenses – things mirrorless systems still have sầu to catch up with. But we are getting off-topic and the mirrorless vs DSLR debate is something we can leave sầu for another day – let’s jump right bachồng to the X-Pro2.

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Istanbul at Sunset © Nasyên ổn MansurovX-Pro2 + XF56mmF1.2 R APD
56mm, ISO 200, 1/160, f/5.6

To focus on the intuitive sầu understanding of the user experience, my test for the X-Pro2 was done without reading the manual. For the duration of my chạy thử I kept the same lens mounted, the Fujifilm XF 56mm f/1.2, which is equivalent in field of view to approximately 85mm (crop factor is 1.5x) on full-frame. In contrast, Nasyên ổn used a number of different lenses such as the XF 23mm f/1.4, XF 35milimet f/2, XF 56mm f/1.2 APD và XF 10-24mm f/4 OIS.

Portrait of Jasmine © Nasyên MansurovX-Pro2 + XF35mmF2 R WR
Sensor: 24.3 MP. (1.5x crop factor), 3.9µ pixel size Sensor Size: 23.6 x 15.6milimet Resolution: 6000 x 4000 Native ISO Sensitivity: 200-12,800 Boost Low ISO Sensitivity: 100 (JPEG-only) Boost High ISO Sensitivity: 25,600-51,200 (JPEG-only) Sensor Cleaning System: Yes Lens mount: FUJIFILM X mount Weather Sealing/Protection: Yes Body Build: Full Magnesium Alloy Shutter: Up to 1/8000 and 30 sec exposure Shutter Control: Focal Plane Shutter Storage: 2x SD slots (First Slot: UHS-II / Second Slot: UHS-I compatible) Viewfinder Type: Hybrid OVF / EVF Viewfinder with 2,360,000-dots Viewfinder Magnification: 0.36x / 0.60x for OVF and 0.59x for EVF Continuous Shooting Speed: Up to 8 FPS Exposure Meter: TTL 256-zones metering Built-in Flash: No Autofocus System: 325-point AF system LCD Screen: 3.0 inch, 1.62 million dot tilting LCD Movie Recording: Up to lớn 1080p
60fps GPS: No WiFi: Yes Battery Type: NP-W126 Battery Life: 350 shots (CIPA) USB Standard: 2.0 Weight: 445g (excluding battery & accessories) Price: $1,699 MSRP body-only
Venice at Dusk © Simone ContiX-Pro2 + XF56mmF1.2 R

A detailed các mục of camera specifications is available at Fujifilm.com.

Looking up inside the Hagia Sophia © Nasim MansurovX-Pro2 + XF10-24mmF4 R OIS
10milimet, ISO 800, 1/13, f/5.6

Camera Settings

My first move sầu was setting the camera lớn shoot RAW+JPEG và setting JPEG processing based on the film simulation PRO Neg Hi (which has very punchy blacks and high contrast). It’s the setting that I almost always use on the Fuji X100S. I love sầu this film simulation because what I see in the JPEG is always much less than what I can get from the RAW tệp tin và having a pessimistic forecast helps me establish a sort of safety net for what I will have sầu to lớn work with, once I’m trang chủ & have sầu downloaded the files. I also like the look & feel it gives. I was really tempted by the Classic Chrome simulation, but I knew I could get it later in Lightroom while tinkering with the RAW tệp tin.

Hot Spring at Yellowstone NP © Nasyên MansurovX-Pro2 + XF10-24mmF4 R OIS
15.1mm, ISO 200, 1/1700, f/5.6

Actually, to lớn be honest, I did not think of using Lightroom at all. In the last couple of years, I rarely use it (my RAW development software of choice is Capture One). But in the configuration of the camera, I made the unfortunate mistake of choosing the lossless compression for RAW files…only to lớn discover that Capture One does not support RAWs saved in this mode and there seems khổng lồ be no software capable of converting from compressed RAFs khổng lồ uncompressed RAFs. As a consequence, all the shots I took for this kiểm tra had to lớn pass through Lightroom.

Hierapolis Ruins © Nasim MansurovX-Pro2 + XF23mmF1.4 R
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