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Fujifilm X-T2 review

With a range of many products to their name Fujifilm is one of the well known names in the manufacture of digital cameras.  The Fujifilm X-T2 digital camera is a latest gadget introduced by Fujifilm to help photographers capture some of the best photos and videos with ease.

Fujifilm has carved out a niche for itself with its X-series mirrorless cameras, combining high-tech image processing with classic design that leads to cameras that look as good as the photos they take. It’s a recipe that worked very well with enthusiast-level photographers, even though other brands, like Sony, may have offered more bang for the buck with regard to features.

The X-T2 ($1,600, body only) looks to change up this formula slightly. It brings back everything that people loved about the X-T1 (great design, loads of direct-access control, a fantastic electronic viewfinder) and adds advanced features that help the camera compete on a broader spectrum, like a 325-point autofocus system and advanced 4K video.

The original X-T1 received Digital Trends’ Editors’ Choice award, so its successor definitely has a name to live up to. Fortunately, it does that and more.

DESIGN AND USABILITY

The X-T series is all about putting maximum control at your fingertips, and the X-T2 doesn’t disappoint here. It features enough dedicated physical controls to rival professional DSLRs. Once you get a feel for it, it makes changing settings a breeze, and the tactile feedback from the dials can’t be beat. Intimidating? Sure, but advanced users love the feel.

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