Detailed specifications of the rumored Fuji X-Pro2 camera leaked online

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The detailed specifications of the upcoming Fuji X-Pro2 camera leaked online:

  • 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor
  • Image processing engine X Processor Pro
  • Faster AF, low noise, excellent color reproduction
  • Advanced hybrid viewfinder with magnification automatic switching function
  • The fastest shutter mechanical shutter is 1/8000 seconds (electronic shutter is 1/32000 seconds)
  • Flash synch speed: 1/250 sec
  • Intelligent hybrid phase difference AF with 273 points
  • Lightweight magnesium alloy body. Dust and water proof
  • 3" LCD monitor with 1.62 million dots
  • Dual SD cards slot (UHS-II compatible)
  • ISO range: 200-12,800
  • 16 film simulation modes (incl. new ACROS mode)
  • New menu (customizable "my menu" function)
  • Lossless compression 14bit RAW
  • Wi-Fi remote shooting
  • Exposure compensation +/- 5
  • Interval shooting
  • Video full HD 60fps
  • 13 creative filters
  • NP-126W battery capable of 350 shots

Via Digicame-info

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  • Kivi Shaps

    Ok, How much $$$?

    • I don’t have the price yet. My guess is around $1,800-$1,900.

      • Zos Xavius

        Steep for what it offers IMO.

  • sperdynamite

    Should have abandoned X-Trans. Butttt I already switched to Sony anyways.

    • Corbin Dallas

      The X-Trans is the reason I keep mine to company my Sony. I love the files from my X-E2.

      • MdB

        You understand that the colour you get has very little to do with X-Trans.

  • Sebastien

    Interesting… Looking forward for those spec into the X-T2

  • SH*T666

    No dioptric correction again? Really?

  • Valentin Leung

    Water proof?

  • CaMeRa QuEsT

    Hope this camera finally brings decent video quality to the X system, but with only HD and no 4K it will be too little too late. But then Fuji shooters only care about stills, they don’t give a sh*t about video, do they?

  • Eric Calabros

    Oh dear, 350 shots per charge

    • Jeffry De Meyer

      That is going to stay a problem as long as battery technology doesn’t improve significantly or they get over that small body fetish

    • TerraPhoto

      Mirrorless will always be a battery eater… still sounds better than the Sony A7 cameras, I’ve heard that the average user gets maybe 200 shots on an A7RII.

    • Michael Laing

      To be honest, I have never had an issue with my battery life on my old X-E1. Anyone wanting a run and gun or video camera isn’t going to choose a Fuji x series (Except the X-T1 maybe (though it is no better than a D7200 in my opinion).

      I have had the same battery in the camera for weeks and it still shows full power on the battery bar.

  • Gerard Roulssen

    Lowest ISO 200? In 2016? Well, that’s a bummer …

  • longzoom

    World class optics, but no IBIS… It looks like my dreams will never come true with this Fuji.

  • Marco –

    Incredibile how this camera seems to be (way) lower specced than the one year old samsung nx1, which now sells for about 1000$!

    • Jeffry De Meyer

      the Nx1 is the pinnacle of aps-c cameras, I doubt we will get to see anything overtake it in a couple of years unless samsung still has a surprise for their home market.

      If there is a new sony it will probably be an other ergonomics nightmare of disappointing compromises

    • Cinekpol

      Only Samsung system is dead while Fuji X is alive and kicking – no point being buying into a dead-end.

      • Marco –

        Yes, so in 3-5 years fuji, which is alive, will keep up with nx1.

  • Cinekpol

    Not much to complain about, no positive surprises either.

    An iterative upgrade, not much more than that. Hopefully this time we won’t have to wait months till software is upgraded to the usable state.

  • Originaru

    The hope is on the image quality department, nothing new to the table, really, seems more like too old and too late update…

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