07 Jul In Depth: 7 things you need to know about the Fuji X-T2
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7 things you need to know about the Fuji X-T2
With the arrival of the X-Pro2 at the beginning of the year, speculation instantly switched to when we’d see an update to the X-T1. With various leaks over the past couple of months, Fuji’s now officially taken the wraps off the X-T2.
While at first glance it may appear that very little has changed from the images you see here compared to the X-T1, they mask numerous changes that could make a camera that’s already a firm favourite with us here at TechRadar, even better. Let’s take a look at some of the key things you to get you up to speed on the X-T2.
Autofocus promises to be dramatically improved, with a total of 325 AF points, Zone focusing points increased to 91 from 49 and 40% of the imaging area covered with phase detection AF pixels.
The X-Processor Pro image engine uses improved algorithms that sees the X-T2 refocus more frequently for better predictive AF and accuracy, even down to -3EV (darker the moonlight).
As well as this, the AF-C algorithm has been enhanced when focus-tracking moving subjects, with users able to choose individual settings for Subject Retention, Acceleration / Deceleration Tracking and Focus Zone characteristics, or select one of 5 presets.
2. Image quality
The X-T2 is the second camera after the X-Pro2 to use Fuji’s latest 24.3Mp X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor, with an ISO range from 200-12,800 (expandable to 100-51,200, JPEG only), while there are a host of Film
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