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- Great for photo geeks
- Lightweight with a compact form factor
- Excellent color and image processing
- Responsive autofocus system
- First-rate electronic viewfinder
Pure joy... I prefer it over the X-T20 and even my Nikon D750! Get the Body + 35mm f/2 lens!
The Fujifilm X-T2 Mirrorless Digital Camera is INSANELY good, blending an extremely responsive autofocusing system with Fuji's first-rate color and image processing, all squeezed into a brilliantly compact form factor. Paired with Fuji's outstanding 35mm f/2 XF lens, you end up with a light, portabl...
My absolute favorite camera (sorry, Canon)
First off, this is (according to my failing memory), the only Amazon review I've ever felt compelled to write, so that should give you a pretty good idea on just how amazing this camera is. Quick backstory: I've only been shooting for a couple of years. In 2014, I picked up my first DSLR, a Canon T3...
ALMOST Good Enough to Switch... - Fujifilm X-T2 Review
Overall, though my biggest gripe with shooting video on the XT 2 is the lens options. Fuji was kind enough to lend me their 16, a 55 millimeter and their 52 140 millimeter, which, on paper both seemed awesome for video. However, I found them really hard to use with muscle memory
I have several. Absolutely a professional level camera!
Pictures say it all. This camera can do anything my full frame cameras can do and I like it better. Im a pro wedding photographer who covers about 40-50 weddings at my current rate. This camera is essential to my workflow. I can do great shots with much less global editing. Pros - Pro Quality - Ligh...
Old pro review: Deserves six stars! It’s rekindled my passion for photography
This is not a technical review with lots of specs. You can read that elsewhere. I’m an old part time professional photographer. Now in retirement, I decided to downsize my big, heavy pro Nikon gear to a mirrorless system. It did it because I was tired of lugging around my equipment, so I was sometim...
Could use more buffer space, but otherwise this is the perfect all-rounder!
Best camera I've ever owned. 15 year Nikon DSLR shooter, here, but this camera with the rest of the X-system was good enough to compel me to sell all of my Nikon "holy trinity" 2.8 lenses, primes, bodies, and flashes and a switch wholesale to Fuji for the next 15 years. Nikon and Canon's success and...
Happy I Went with the Fuji X-T2
I have used all the other major brands and this Fuji X-T2 does not disappoint. I researched all the tech reports, specs, and reviews. I decided to try this camera out to see what all the hype was about. Well, it isn't hype. This camera stands out for all the reasons you would expect. The X-Trans sen...
Limit this to "Five Stars?" That's Absurd.
Sometimes I feel silly writing a review. This normally occurs when I want to review a product that already has so many other reviews previously posted, and/or that come to similar conclusions. This is one of those reviews, and on both counts. But I still wish to write this review, because the Fuji X...