Fuji X-T2 Field Test Part III: Of portraits and performance
posted Monday, April 3, 2017 at 11:28 AM EDT
There are many factors that go into the make-up of a quality camera, some which can bear out in the testing of specifications and others that must be flushed out in the real world. With the intriguing and stoutly-built Fuji X-T2, successor to the acclaimed and popular X-T1, we've endeavored to bring to light for you as many angles as we can.
Here in this third and final Field Test I've taken a closer look at portrait shooting as well as the Fujinon portrait lens selection as paired with the X-T2. I've also worked with my colleagues William Brawley and Rob Murray to put the X-T2 through its paces on our new Continuous Autofocus test course, as well as added videos at both Ultra HD 4K and Full HD to round out the picture.