X-Pro2 takes on 5D3? by Ivan Joshua Loh

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X-Pro2 takes on 5D3? by Ivan Joshua Loh

Ivan compares his X-Pro2 with fullframe camera Canon 5D mark III with suprising results. Check link below for example photos. I was expecting a slight difference with the advantage toward 5D3. And I was absolutely wrong. With the advancement of technology; not only did X-Pro2 is on par with 5D3, personally I think it maybe a tad ahead in this...

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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...

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The Fujifilm X-Pro2 Review by Jonas Dyhr Rask

The X-Pro1 had that “special something”. It had (and still has) that ability to get you to see. To REALLY see what you want to capture, and through that express your distinct vision. So in all this X-Pro2 spec-craziness could Fujifilm keep the “X-Pro1 mojo”? Short and honest answer is YES! From the last two months with the camera I...

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Retro through-and-through: Fujifilm X-Pro2 First Impressions Review

So, is there room in the market for both the X-Pro2 and the X-T series? I think there is. In slightly simplistic terms, the X-T1 works in the same way whatever lens you put on it, whereas the X-Pro2 is at its best with a short prime lenses. While it’s true they both offer a similar experience through their electronic...

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From Leo to revelation | Not an X-Pro2 review by Patrick La Roque

So what is it about the X-Pro2 that makes it so compelling? It feels right. For me this means it feels like a documentary camera, something made to disappear and embrace its surroundings—just like the X100 series. The immediate reflex will be to compare the X-Pro2 to its older sibling the X-T1. We ARE talking flagships here after all. And...

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FUJI 100-400MM F4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR … IT’S HERE! by Jack Graham

I know it’s not probably good to give the “Bottom Line” early in an article, but, the “Bottom Line” here is that the FUJI 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens is right up there as with the 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR, and that’s saying something. This new ultra-zoom combines a really impressive construction quality with some outstanding...

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Fujifilm XF 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 OIS WR by Bill Fortney

The lens is tack sharp wide open and at every focal length. At maximum aperture the edges are a tiny amount less sharp, but they sharpen up nicely as you close down a stop! The inevitable comparison is with the 50-140 which is a legendarily sharp lens! Frankly I can’t tell any difference, it’s that sharp!! The lens is remarkably...

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King of Zooms. XF100-400mm by Ivan Joshua Loh

When it comes to a superzoom like the new XF100-400mm lens; I guess the ‘Birding” community will flapping in excitment. It may be the biggest, meanest, heaviest, bad ass lens from Fujifilm XF line up but let me humbly put things into perspective. 100-400mm in 35mm equivalent will be 150-600mm lens. Naturally I will add the XF1.4 Teleconverter and that...

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X-Pro2. STYLE with SUBSTANCE by Ivan Joshua Loh

I am blessed to have the privilege to test out the new X-Pro2. It has indeed mature. The AF is a huge leap from its predecessor. Super fast and accurate. And now with a 24MP sensor; I get heaps of details from my pictures for all my commercial shoots. To top it up its now weather seal too. Everything on...

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FIRST LOOK: FUJIFILM X-Pro2 camera review (part 1) by Bjorn Moerman

As more pixel density often means more noise at higher ISO’s, it was one of the first things I looked at when I received the X-Pro2. To put you guys (and girls!) out of your misery, it does definitively not disappoint! On my X-T1 I have absolute no concerns shooting at ISO 3200 and will bump it up to ISO...

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NEW! Hands-on with the X-Pro2 by Mike Mander

Many have been waiting for an upgrade to Fujifilm’s first interchangeable lens X-system camera, and soon the wait will be over. The X-Pro2 improves on its predecessor in pretty much every way. First off, rest assured that Fujifilm’s superb Hybrid-VF is still present, and it has been upgraded to offer an optional zoomed EVF focus preview in its lower right...

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First Impressions: The Fujifilm X-Pro2 by Flixelpix

The X-Pro2 is something special, the performance and capabilities of the X-Pro2 make it my instant go-to camera with my little X100T as a backup in the mountains. The X-Pro2 excels in all areas, the camera is already starting to focus before I even decide to take the shot and with the speed, accuracy and amazing colour rendition I found...

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Fuji X-Pro2 review with 20 high res sample images by Damien Lovegrove

I’m impressed. The potential of the X system is now realised with the X-Pro2. All those wonderful X series lenses have been made for a 24 megapixel resolution camera and the difference in image resolution is far more obvious than I ever imagined. The X-Pro 2 is also very well made. It feels substantial and refined. The controls are positive and will...

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RoboSHOOT review: hybrid TTL flash trigger for Nikon/Fuji by Robbert Dijkstra

The RoboSHOOT is a TTL trigger for Fuji X-series cameras. TTL triggers have already been available for Canon and Nikon cameras for a long while, but this is the first TTL trigger for Fuji. Although this is already quite interesting, it is by far not the most intriguing feature of the RoboSHOOT triggers. The RoboSHOOT triggers have the ability to...

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First images of Fujifilm X70

X70 will be cheaper and smaller alternative to X100T. According to latest rumors, it will have same 16MPx X-Trans II sensor, newly developed 18.5mm f/2.8 lens, tilting display with touch control (first Fuji X camera with touch input). Another specifications seems to be same as current Fuji X cameras. This camera should be unveiled on January 15 (January 14 – 11:30PM NY-Time),...

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Fujifilm XF 35mm F2 R WR Lens by Derek Clark

Performance wise this new 35/2 is way ahead of the older lens! Focusing is way quicker, smother and quieter. Focusing is also internal, so no front end popping in and out like your Granny doing the Hokey Cokie. Aperture ring is tight and is the way all Fuji lenses should be. In fact, if you shut your eyes you would...