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24MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor
Fast, accurate autofocus
2.36M-dot OLED and optical hybrid viewfinder
Extensive manual controls for ease of use
The Fuji X-Pro2 is the long-awaited update to the flagship X-Pro1 mirrorless camera and the predecessor to the X-Pro3. Key features include:
What’s New. The X-Pro2 sees numerous major improvements over its predecessor. Most notable is an all-new 24MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor, advanced hybrid autofocus system, large hybrid viewfinder, and ergonomics/build quality. If this isn’t enough, check out the Fuji X-Pro3 featuring even faster speeds on an upgraded sensor.
X-Trans III Performance. The first camera to use an X-Trans III sensor, the X-Pro2 boasts extremely high image quality throughout its normal ISO range of 200-12,800. In addition to enabling low-light shooting, the X-Processor Pro Engine also supercharges operation speed. Start-up time, shutter lag, and general navigation have all been greatly reduced, while maximum continuous shooting has increased to 8 fps.
Speedy Autofocus. The X-Pro2 features an advanced on-sensor autofocus system that utilizes both phase- and contrast-detection focusing methods. With 77 of the 273 points being phase-detection, the XPro2 excels in tracking moving subjects while the remaining contrast-detection points ensure extreme accuracy regardless of your subject. If you’re coming from a modern-day DSLR, you’ll be happy to know the X-Pro2 has a dedicated joystick for intuitive AF-point selection.
2.36M-Dot OLED/Optical Hybrid Viewfinder. Offers a modern-day rangefinder experience. Adapted from the version found in the X100T, the X-Pro2’s offers an 85 fps refresh rate for virtually no lag in EVF mode. The darkened “tab” mode allows you to use the digital split-image manual-focus aid in the optical mode, and you get the graphical overlay that X-Pro1/X100 users have come to love.
Ergonomics and Build. The durable magnesium-alloy body offers 61 weather seals for protection in less-than-ideal conditions. The X-Pro2 has stellar ergonomics for a rangefinder-style camera. Fully manual aluminum control dials and levers provide a responsive feel while staying in position, while the button placement and grip make the camera comfortable in your hand. You have a plethora of assignable buttons for custom functions, and the updated 3.0-inch 1.62M-dot rear LCD is great for live-view shooting when you’re tied down to a tripod.
Other Notable Features. Other notable features include fully electronic shutter mode for truly silent shooting, built-in Wi-Fi for image transfer and remote camera control, an intervalometer for time-lapse capture, programmable Auto ISO, 4K UHD 100Mbps video capture, and dual SDHC/XC memory card slots (one of which is UHS-II compatible). Like the X-Pro1, this camera uses the NP-W126 battery, which provides power for roughly 350 (OVF)/250 (EVF) shots per charge.