Fuji X-Pro2 Field Test Part II: A fast performer in almost every way


posted Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 1:57 PM EST


Our man on the streets in Manhattan, Eamon Hickey, has been at it again putting the Fuji X-Pro2 through yet another round of real world shooting and testing, this time focusing on performance characteristics of this latest Fuji flagship street-shooter. Eamon also takes a deeper look at a few additional aspects of the X-Pro2, as well as providing more real world images and analysis when paired with the popular XF 35mm f/2 lens.

The Fuji X-Pro1 from 2012 was by and large a well-received camera, even earning a coveted Camera of Distinction that year in our 2012 Camera of the Year awards, and yet its autofocus performance was not quite up to the level that many enthusiasts were hoping for in a capable street-shooter. Does the X-Pro2 build upon this legacy and fix the few gripes that some shooters had with the X-Pro1?

Read Eamon's Fuji X-Pro2 Field Test Part II for all the details!

1/125s / f/5.6 / ISO 1250 / 76mm eq. / XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R

• Fuji X-Pro2 Field Test Part II