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14 Sep Fuji XT2: The complete review with everything we know so far | Jim Harmer

The Fuji XT2 takes everything from the Fuji XT1 that I loved enough to switch from Nikon and makes it better.  It retains separate dials for ISO, aperture, and shutter speed (awesome!), still has a tilting LCD screen, keeps the body size almost the same but very slightly larger, added the incredible autofocus from the XPRO2, and upped the resolution to 24 megapixels. The only down side is the price is higher on the XT2 than the XT1 was at launch.  At $1,699 retail, Fuji is starting to get up there in price.  Price is no longer a compelling reason to switch to Fuji. The spec list is compelling on the Fuji XT2, but Fuji cameras never look as good on paper as they are in the hand.  The biggest benefit of shooting Fuji is form factor and controls.  It’s the shootability factor (that’s a word, right?).  It’s like looking at the specs of a sports car that just can’t convey the “fun to drive” factor.  Anyway, here are the specs (courtesy DP Review)……