First Look: Fujifilm X-Pro2 by Rico Pfirstinger


In the high-ISO department, the X-Pro2 will perform at least 1 EV better than previous X-series cameras. Consequently, the X-Pro2’s Auto-ISO range has been expanded to cover 200-12800. Personally, I had no problems shooting as high as ISO 10000 or 12800. Even then, most of my samples were processed with minimized noise reduction settings. That’s because the camera’s noise is very fine (partly due to the increased sensor resolution) and looks much like film grain (thanks to X-Trans, there’s virtually no color noise, only “organic” luminance noise).


David Nogol

Professional portrait photographer from Czech Republic. Shooting with Fujifilm gear since 2015. You can find my Fuji photos on my Instagram or 500px. I am author of e-book about portrait photography (for now only in Czech language). You can visit my personal page for portfolio and more info (also only in Czech)

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