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Yes, other companies had done the new-school-camera-in-a-retro-body before, but none had managed to build one that photographers, en masse, wanted to actually use as their daily.

When rumors of an X-Pro2 surfaced almost three years ago speculation bounced from the downright negative: “say that the X-Pro2 may never happen”, to the outlandish “rumor has it the X-Pro2 will feature a 36mp medium format sensor and will actually be called the X-Pro Z One”.

I didn’t even attach a strap for the first couple weeks I tested the X-Pro2. I couldn’t have gone strap free on the X-Pro2 for a few hours strolling through NYC I couldn’t even take pictures of my dog napping on the couch with a strapless X-Pro1 without straining my pinky as it braced near the battery door.

With the X-Pro2 the thumb grip and the finger grip were just enough for short periods of shooting… The fact that I can even hold the X-Pro2 for even a few minutes without a wrist strap represents a significant improvement over the laughable grips that came with the X-Pro1 back in 2012.

Falling In Love, Again When I got my X-Pro1 back in 2012 it was magical.

My DSLRs felt gigantic by comparison and sat on the shelf for anything but weddings and commercial work.

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The X-Pro2 can do timelapse recording, records video in MPEG-4/H.264 and 14-bit raw in compressed or uncompressed. The appealing half-matte black hasn’t changed and the magnesium-alloy shell gives me no question this camera will last a lifetime.

Both of the newer cameras can do AF tracking, Eye Detection, AF in MF, Wi-Fi and the Customized Q button Menu.

While the rear screen remains sized to 3″, the X-Pro2 is much improved to 1.62M-dot (900×600) against the X-T1 at 1.04M 720 and the X-Pro1 at 1.24M 640.

I’m not going to spend much time here, this isn’t exactly a comparison “shootout” style review, but here’s a quick run down of the differences that actually matter, between the three.

The X-Pro2 is a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor to the 16MP of each of the other two, Fujifilm’s highest ever pixel count.

The X-Pro2 can do timelapse recording, records video in MPEG-4/H.264 and 14-bit raw in compressed or uncompressed. The appealing half-matte black hasn’t changed and the magnesium-alloy shell gives me no question this camera will last a lifetime.

Both of the newer cameras can do AF tracking, Eye Detection, AF in MF, Wi-Fi and the Customized Q button Menu.

While the rear screen remains sized to 3″, the X-Pro2 is much improved to 1.62M-dot (900×600) against the X-T1 at 1.04M 720 and the X-Pro1 at 1.24M 640.

I’m not going to spend much time here, this isn’t exactly a comparison “shootout” style review, but here’s a quick run down of the differences that actually matter, between the three.

The X-Pro2 is a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor to the 16MP of each of the other two, Fujifilm’s highest ever pixel count.

Flash sync is now the industry norm of 1/250th, a max frame rate of 8FPS (versus 8 and 6), a max shutter speed of 1/8000 (m) and 1/32000 (e) versus the X-T1/X-Pro1’s 1/4000.