17 Aug Fujifilm X-E2S: What you need to know
Source: DP Review
The Fujifilm X-E2S is essentially a Fujifilm X-E2 with firmware updates and some very minor tweaks. That doesn’t mean it’s a bad camera, or that people shouldn’t consider it. Over the course of doing a thorough review (or at least as thorough as we could justify, since so much of the camera is a known quantity), I came away with some observations – some of which you’d miss if if you were just skimming the review, or reading through the key specifications.
So in case you missed it, let’s take a quick look back at some of our findings with the Fujifilm X-E2S.
I don’t always want to bring cameras I review to my friends’ barbecues. But I did want to bring the X-E2S. Fujifilm XF 27mm F2.8. ISO 200, 1/250 sec, F2.8.
The most important thing to note about the Fujifilm X-E2S is that it’s a camera that you’ll want to pick up and just go shooting with. Its retro styling isn’t to everyone’s taste, but most people that see it will think it looks ‘cool.’ The buttons have great feedback, and to for the photographer with some experience, the old-school shutter speed, aperture and exposure compensation dials are a natural and easy way to take control of the camera. As for the newbie who just grabbed it because of the new, lower MSRP, the ‘Auto’ button on the back will ensure he or she can enjoy shooting right away, while all those other controls make for