03 Feb The 10 Main Differences Between the Fujifilm X100F and X-Pro2
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Source: Fujifilm Insider
When the Fujifilm X series was in its infancy, there were but two ranges to choose between: the fixed-lens X100 series of premium compacts and the interchangeable X-Pro series.
Since then, the X100 series has been upgraded three times (the X100S, X100T and most recently, the X100F), and the X-Pro1 was recently replaced by the X-Pro2 following a three-year gap. Despite one being a fixed lens premium compact and the other an interchangeable lens camera, these two models actually have much in common, from their vintage rangefinder design and 24MP X-Trans III APS-C sensor to their hybrid autofocus system and Full HD video capabilities. There are, however, a few ways in which they differ which we’ll be covering in the following comparison preview. Let’s get started!…
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