The sensor inside the new Fuji X-Pro2 camera is made by Sony (and other interesting facts)

A reader sent me some very interesting information on the new Fuji X-Pro2 camera ($1,699.95):


  • Sensor manufactured by Sony
  • First Sony copper wiring on an APS-C-Sensor (but not BSI)
  • Camera Live View readout 85 fps (Sensor: 100 fps ready, Processor: 120fps ready, see below)
  • Processor "X-Pro" readout 480 Megapixels per second (former EXR II: 120 Megapixels per second)
  • Processor "X-Pro" capable of processing 20 images per second, 24 Megapixels each (former EXR II: 7.5 images per second, 16 Megapixels each)
  • Processor "X-Pro" is a Dual Cortex A7 (500 MHz) (former EXR II: Dual Cortex A4, 312 MHz)
  • Cortex A7 has an additional DSP (digital signal Processor) with real time data throughput (processing)
  • Processor "X-Pro" could process an EVF with 120 fps and XGA-resolution
  • Processor "X-Pro" is 4K 30fps ready, comment from Fuji: X-Pro 2 is focused on photos, 4K Video is reserved for a multimedia oriented model.
  • Processor "X-Pro" is USB 3.0 ready (but camera has USB 2.0)
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