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09 Sep Fujifilm X-T2 Expert Review | Joshua Waller

The Fujifilm X-T2 features a dust- and water-resistant body and it’s also capable of operating at temperatures down to -10°C. When compared to the X-T1, of which it takes the central viewfinder style from, the X-T2’s autofocus and electronic viewfinder performance have been improved and the X-T2 also supports 4K video recording, a first for the X Series.  As mentioned, Fujifilm sees the X-T2 as a twin flagship camera that will sit alongside the X-Pro2, with the X-T2 appealing to those who capture portraits, nature and sports photography, while the X-Pro2 is ideal for documentary and street photography. Inside the X-T2 you’ll find a 24.3MP X-TransTM CMOS III APS-C sensor and no low-pass filter which when combined with the processor’s responsiveness, should mean images can be captured quicker. Fujifilm says the basic autofocus (AF) performance of the new X-Series camera has been improved (even in low light) and subjects which the phase detection AF once struggled with promise to not be a problem anymore. These include low-contrast objects and subjects with fine and delicate textures such as bird feathers and animal fur…….