The new flagship rangefinder style camera in the X-series line, the X-Pro2 is a camera Fujifilm thinks pros will gravitate toward. It features an Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder capable of instantly switching between optical and electronic finders, a new 24.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS III sensor, and a new X-Processor Pro that is claimed to deliver “dramatically improved” response times.
Camera features include: Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder with 2.36 million dots and maximum speed of 85 frames per second; diopter correction mechanism with an eye point of 16 mm and a telephoto bright frame with enlarged focal length of 140 mm.
The company is claiming Fast AF of up to 0.08 seconds, Phase detection AF and motion predictive AF for continuous shooting up to 8 frames per second, start-up time of 0.4 seconds, shutter time lag of 0.05 seconds, shooting interval of 0.25 seconds.
The focal plane shutter offers a top speed of 1/8000 second, with flash sync speed up to 1/250 second.
A dust and splash-resistant body offers more than 61 points of weather sealing and freeze resistance to -10°C.
The rear screen is 3 inches.
There are two memory card slots, with one compatible with UHS-II standards.
A new monochrome ACROS film simulation is said to deliver smooth tones, deep blacks and rich textures. New Grain Effect mode is for images reminiscent of old film photos, especially when printed.
Maximum ISO is 12800, with extended ISO to 100, 25600 and 51200.
Interval timer allows shooting time-lapse sequences of one second to 24 hours, up to 999 frames.
A free application and wireless communication function allows users to remotely shoot images from smartphones and tablets via WiFi. Photos can be sent to an Instax Share Printer using a free app (iOS and Android).
Full HD video 1080p at 60fps; bit rate of 36Mbps; frame rates of 60 fps, 50 fps, 30 fps, 25 fps and 24 fps.
There are advanced creative filters and an optional hand grip.
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 (body only) will be available in late February for $1,899.99.