08 Mar Yes, the Fujifilm X-T2 Works Just Fine in The Cold

Source: Fujifilm Insider

In case you were wondering, the Fujifilm X-T2 works just fine in the cold. Even below Zero. Even when you leave it outside all night long.

I’ve been using the X-T2 quite extensively here in Alaska this winter with no problems. I’ve shot a few thousand frames with the X-T2 in sub-freezing temperatures, and so far, I haven’t had a single issue.

During the past few weeks, I’ve taken it along on some winter overnight fat bike trips. While I’m riding, I just keep the camera slung over my shoulder all day long, and then at night, I just leave it on the tripod outside the tent.

The first night, I didn’t cover the camera, so it kind of frosted up, as you can see in these two photos. However, the next morning, when I came out and turned the camera on, it fired right up. The battery only lasted a few minutes before I got the red “battery dead” icon, so I swapped out with a fresh one and kept shooting….

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