Fujifilm’s most popular camera is finally getting a sequel, as the company has announced the X-Pro2, bringing the biggest sensor in a X-Series camera to date.
In fact, the new model will have a 24.3 megapixel X-Trans CMOS III sensor that uses a new X Processor Pro imaging processing engine, which means that it’s much speedier than its predecessor. The new model will also have a 2.36 million dot EVF viewfinder that’s a big update over the X-Pro. The camera has an upgraded focal plane shutter that has 1/8000 speed, and it has a 3-inch 1.62m-Dot LCD monitor. It also has built-in WiFi for easy sharing, and dual SD card slots that are easily removable. What’s more, it uses an intelligent hybrid 273-point autofocus system, allowing it to acquire focus quickly and accurately. The camera has a weather-resistant magnesium body that is sealed in more than 61 places to protect against dust, moisture, and even cold temperatures down to 14 degrees F. It’s available starting at $1,700. [Purchase]