The XT2 shares top-billing of Fujifilm's X-series with the X-Pro2. Both are flagship cameras, but while the X-Pro2 attracts street photographers shooting with standard or mildly-wide lenses, the XT2 is more of an all-rounder that's equally at home with ultra-wides, big telephotos and everything inbetween. Both share a number of things in common including Fujifilm's latest 24 Megapixel X-Trans III (APS-C) sensor which delivers superb images straight out-of-camera, twin memory card slots, an AF joystick, 1/8000 shutter and the lovely ACROS monochrome style. These alone are enough for existing XT1 owners to consider an upgrade, but the XT2 also becomes the first X-body to feature 4k video and a screen that flips sideways as well as vertically. The optional VPB-XT2 Vertical Power Booster also goes beyond basic battery grips by tripling the life, extending 4k recording times, boosting AF performance, shortening shutter lag and accelerating the top mechanical burst speed from 8 to 11fps while also providing handy headphone and DC jacks. The only things missing are a touch-screen and built-in image stabilisation, the latter something that's only available on the heftier XH1 in Fujifilm's range. All-in-all, the XT2 is a highly satisfying and very capable camera for all styles of photography.
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