Following the release of the X-Pro2 early this year, Fujifilm returns to update the mirrorless series with the brand new X-T2. After 2 years become the best Fujifilm mirrorless camera, X-T1 finally upgraded with monster specs. Look nearly identical, the X-T2 is slightly larger than its predecessor. Fujifilm upgrades the camera’s autofocus system and new film simulations that give you phenomenal looking on the camera. The most important change to the X-T2 is in the sensor. Fujifilm has brought over the 24.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS III that was already applied in the X-Pro 2, adding eight megapixels from the 16 that the X-T1 offered which gives some difference in terms of image detail.

The Fujifilm X-T2 can also record 4K video, the first for an X-Series camera, the maximum ISO has been bumped up to 12800 and the shutter max is now 1/8000. The focus selection joystick from the X-Pro 2 is also available on this camera. The X-T2 now accepts two SD cards, has 3.5mm microphone input, and supports USB 3.0. The X-T2 will cost about $1,599 for body-only and $1,899.95 with the 18-55mm lens. For more info please visit their website for more detail and the release date.

Fujifilm XT-2 as the Upcoming Ultimate Mirrorless Camera
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