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Product information

Sensor resolution (Effective number of p
24.3 megapixels
Compatible lenses
Fujifilm X
Video recording
Yes
Viewfinder
LCD screen (LiveView), EVF (electronic)
Image sensor format
APS-C
Type of camera
Mirrorless

General

Anti-dust system
Yes
Image stabiliser
Lens based only
Magnification (Crop factor)
1.5 x
Type of camera
Mirrorless

Connectors

Firewire
No
HDMI
Yes
USB
Yes
USB version
3.0

Auto focus

AF assist (auto-focus assist light)
Lamp
Contrast autofocus
Yes
Number of AF points (contrast)
325 pc
Phase detection autofocus
Yes
AF support
Only lenses with AF-motor
Max number of AF points (incl. assistant
325 pc

Image properties

AEB/HDR support
No
Continuous shooting
Yes
Frames (JPEG)
42 images
Number (RAW, max speed)
28 images
Speed (JPEG)
14 frames/s
Speed (RAW)
14 frames/s
File format (Still)
JPEG, RAW
Image sensor format
APS-C
ISO sensitivity (basic ISO)
200 - 12800 ISO
Manual settings (aperture/shutter)
Yes
Maximum resolution (stills)
6000x4000 pixels
Sensor format
23.6 x 15.6 mm
Sensor resolution (Effective number of p
24.3 megapixels
Sensor type
CMOS
Shutter speed
30 - 1/32000 s
Video recording
Yes
Autofocus in recording mode
Yes - Contrast-AF
Max resolution (video)
3840x2160p pixels
Max frame rate (highest resolution)
30 fps
Max frame rate (regardless of res.)
60 fps
Max resolution (highest frame rate)
1920x1080p pixels
Video file formats
With audio
Yes - via the built-in and external mic

Flash

External flash connection
PC terminal
Flash
External
Flash metering system
TTL
X-sync speed
1/250 s

Design

Available colours
Black

Dimensions

Dimensions (WxHxD)
Depth
49.2 mm
Height
91.8 mm
Width
132.5 mm
Weight
507 g

Display & Viewfinder

Articulated screen
Yes
Screen resolution
1620000 pixels
Screen size
3 inches
Separate info display
No
Touchscreen
No
Viewfinder coverage
100 %
Viewfinder magnification
0.77 x
Viewfinder
LCD screen (LiveView), EVF (electronic)

Features

Weather proof (moisture/dust)
Yes

Communication

Bluetooth
No
GPS
No
NFC
No
Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
Yes

Compatibility

Compatible lenses
Fujifilm X
Lens included
No

Storage

Compatible memory cards
Secure Digital, Secure Digital HC, Secure Digital XC
Storage features
Dual memory card slots

Materials

Body material
Aluminum-magnesium

Power supply

Battery capacity (CIPA)
340 images
Battery type
Li-Ion

Miscellaneous

Release year
2016

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Reviews

4.4 of 5 stars

Based on 4 reviews

Lord Vader
2017-03-16
One of the best cameras on the market today, in many respects on par with full-frame cameras from Canon and Nikon. There is no competition in the same segment. Read reviews in eg Swedish Sound and Vision. Has gone from X to X T1-T2 and the difference shows. Fuji is the upgrade of the X-T1 to T2 X listened to its users and made some seemingly small, yet significant changes. + X-Trans sensor III is a great improvement to the generation II 16MP + Autofocus system is FAST! Has "inherited" feature from Canon and Nikon full-format / professional cameras where you can tell the camera how the tracking autofocus to behave + Easy to select the focus point with separate button, 325-point system + Good, distinct controls with quick locking (ISO / shutter) + Wonderful feeling of quality in materials and design + Good menu system + Easy to use, all buttons are easily accessible, easy to operate manually or partially manually Fujinon lenses are high class, felt the lenses so you can understand. No plastic glove! Optical hold several ultra high grade - Fuji manufactures optics for Hasselblad. Sure, they cost a lot, but they are worth their price! Finally, I agree with the "Optimize" wrote in his review: "It may sound ridiculous, but the Fujifilm X-T2 has brought a whole new love for photography with me!" Just the same here!
optimize
2017-03-05
TLDR; This is the perfect camera for my needs and taste! Finally! Bought the camera in December 2016 after a long break from fotandet due to studies. Sold my old Nikon D300s and any gaps in favor of Fuji and the pursuit of better ISO performance (part of Niko's noisy images right from the start). It may sound ridiculous, but the Fujifilm X-T2 has brought a whole new love for photography with me! ISO performance is quite amazing compared to the D300S. I turn up the ISO to 6400 without hesitation, sure there will be noise, but not nearly so much that it destroys the image. Even the 12800 can be used in a pinch! The noise has a completely different character than what I experienced in my old Nikon, it is more film-like in any way ... When I shoot black and white, I welcome it even! The next item is the autofocus. With the newer lenses are the lightning fast and incredibly accurate, especially useful are the custom settings that are continuous AF. In addition to the technical aspects, there are several things I really like about the camera. Foremost is the design with proper dials for shutter speed and ISO, and aperture ring on the lens, which in my opinion gives a very nice and intuitive operation. Since I got the camera also my workflow changed for the better. In the past, I shot only in RAW and then develop the picture yourself in Lightroom, which was a very time consuming process. Now I use only RAW if I screwed up the exposure properly, which happened maybe 5-10 times in the three months I have had the camera. It delivers very good jpg thanks to the film simulations available, with nice colors and very good corrections are done automatically. However, one should be aware that the camera has no optical viewfinder, but the electronic viewfinder is really great, and provides a large, clear picture of what you will get for results. In fact, the only negative with the camera that I can think of is the relatively short battery life. Personally I suffer not it so I'm not the one who is out and shoot all day so that the battery to run out. In short, a fantastic camera that really cemented Fuji's position in the camera market. I dare to say that this to me is the perfect camera! I was a little nervous about going without optical viewfinder, which I never used the EVF (electronic viewfinder) before, and I was also ambivalent regarding adding nearly 20k on a camera with APS-S sensor. Now, 3 months later, I repent not the slightest, and I have invested a lot in Fuji's system with both lenses and accessories such as battery grip etc. Troubled satisfied!