Fujifilm X-Pro2

$1699.95

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Best APS-C Mirrorless Camera

Grade (Out of ten)

8.5
Image Quality : 8.5
Performance : 9
Design : 9
Features : 9
Price : 7
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Description

As Fujifilm's top mirrorless option, the X-Pro2 costs $1,700 for just the body. While the camera is the only one currently with the new hybrid viewfinder, the full frame Sony a7II is similarly priced. The X-Pro2 also doesn't have a built-in flash, which isn't a big deal when hot shoe flashes offer more flexibility, but adding a flash unit adds to that price. The X-Pro2 also doesn't have the best battery life, at only 250 if you use the electronic viewfinder and 350 if you opt for optical. Still, the X-Pro2 should have excellent image quality and offers a hard-to-find, high-end feature set as well, making it the best APS-C mirrorless camera on the market currently.

Pros

  • Hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder
  • Upgraded X-Trans sensor
  • Image stabilization

Cons

  • Pricey
  • Limited battery life
  • No flash
  • Camera Specs:

    Quality

    • Megapixels : 24.3
    • Sensor Size : APS-C X-Trans (No optical low pass filter)
    • Video Quality : 1080p HD at 60 fps
    • DxO Mark Test Score : N/A

    Performance

    • Shutter Speed : 30 sec. to 1/8000 (bulb up to 60 minutes)
    • Aperture : N/A
    • ISO : 100 - 25600
    • Burst Speed : 8 fps
    • Autofocus Points : 77 (273 selectable)
    • Image Stabilization : Optical

    Design

    • Weight : 17.5 oz.
    • Viewfinder : Hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder
    • Screen : 3
    • Secondary screen : No
    • Controls : Dual control wheels, dedicated shutter speed and EV dials
    • Battery Life : 350 (250 with electronic viewfinder)

    Features

    • Manual Modes : Yes
    • RAW : Yes
    • Wi-Fi : Yes
    • Other : Dual SD card slots

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