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.