The Fujifilm X-Pro2 Camera:

I have now completed the switch from my DSLR system to mirrorless with the purchase of the Fujifilm X-Pro2 camera. It has made a serious inroads towards full-frame systems. For an APS-C sensor, it performs very well in all situations, image quality, low-light performance and I think has become the benchmark for many mirrorless users.

Out of all the X Series cameras that I’ve owned, X100, X-E1 and X-E2, this one feels the most comfortable (it’s one of the heavier but solid mirrorless cameras on the market), it has the snappiest focusing speed and responds well to to all my lenses. (18-55mm, 14mm f2.8 & 23mm f1.4).

After a few months of using it, there are a couple of things that I wish were different: (1) The location of the “Q” button on the right-side of the camera which I frequently tend to accidentally press, when picking up the camera (the X-E2 “Q” button location is much better). (2) Battery life (this is a huge issue).

On my first trip with the X-Pro2, to the Cariboo country of British Columbia, I only used the camera with the 18-55mm f2.8-4 lens. It handled all situations without effort.

Here is a sampling of images I made of the historic mining town of Barkerville B.C.

 

Hat and Coat. 18-55mm at 25mm 1/100s f5.6

Hat and Coat. 18-55mm Lens at 25mm 1/100s f5.6

 

Lamp & Vase 18-55mm at 55mm 1/340s f6.4

Lamp & Vase 18-55mm at 55mm Lens 1/340s f6.4

 

Lamp & Vase 18-55mm at 18mm 1/125s f5

Post Office 18-55mm Lens at 18mm 1/125s f5

 

Bathoom 18-55mm at 33mm 1/125s f4.5

Bathoom 18-55mm Lens at 33mm 1/125s f4.5

 

Post with Paint 18-55mm at 43mm 1/180s f4.5

Post with Paint 18-55mm Lens at 43mm 1/180s f4.5

 

Fans 18-55mm at 42mm 1/250s f4.5

Fans 18-55mm Lens at 42mm 1/250s f4.5

 

Statue 18-55mm at 43mm 1/125s f5

Statue 18-55mm Lens at 43mm 1/125s f5

 

Hat 18-55mm at 53mm 1/170s f5.6

Hat 18-55mm Lens at 53mm 1/170s f5.6

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