Fujifilm X-Pro2, the long-awaited successor to the first Fujifilm X-series mirrorless camera, features a high-resolution X-Trans CMOS III sensor and improved X-Processor Pro, along with the proven rangefinder-influenced design now identified with the X-Pro system. Checking in at 24.3 megapixels, the APS-C CMOS sensor makes use of the proprietary X-Trans engineering and its randomized pixel array to deliver a high degree of sharpness and precise color reproduction, along with high enhanced sensitivity to ISO 51200. When mated with the X-Processor Pro, the X-Pro2 is capable of acquiring stills at up to 8 frames per second and Full 1080p HD video at 60 frames per second, along with fast focusing and overall performance speeds. Atypical among camera designs, the camera is also heavily identified by its Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder that integrates both optical and electronic viewing approaches into a solitary, switchable finder, providing the best of both worlds when it comes to clear viewing and the capability to preview exposure settings before shooting. Fusing its place as a truly professional tool, the X-Pro2 also offers a robust, weather-sealed body accented by an array of physical controls for intuitive photography in any situation.
In addition to image quality, the combined sensor and processor also provide a highly precise, versatile AF system made up of 273 points and employs both phase- and contrast-detection approaches. The phase-detection system handles nearly 40% of the entire image frame using 77 points, which is
advantageous to subject tracking and quick overall AF performance, while the bulk of the frame is then handled by contrast-detection areas for precise edge-to-edge focusing. The imaging attributes also co-insiding creative control over how the the images look and feel, such as by the use of Fujifilm's Film Simulation approaches that replicate the look of specific types of film, as well as a Grain Effect approach to mimic the textured appearance of film photos. Completing the X-Pro's feature-set, its design also employs an array of user customizable function buttons plus a 3.0" 1.62m-dot rear LCD for playing back images, live view shooting, and
navigating the menu, and built-in Wi-Fi lets you share images wirelessly with mobile devices, remotely control the camera from your tablet or smartphone, or to wirelessly send images to the available instax SHARE Smartphone Printer for printing on-the
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