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The quickest way to set the AF point is by pressing the middle button of the four-way controller to enter AF point selection, then using the controller to set the point which is considerably slower than using a touchscreen or a joystick. See More
The menu is grouped in 5 categories and each category has up to 9 pages of settings. Remembering the location of all those settings can be a time-consuming task. You can, however, assign 8 of the buttons on the camera custom functions as well as create a custom functions menu with 6 or 12 settings that can then be accessed with the Fn button. See More
The camera allows manually setting and adjusting during shooting shutter speed, aperture and ISO, supports Auto ISO in movie mode, allows turning subject tracking on and off during filming, supports live autofocus with control over focus drive speed and subject tracking persistence. See More
The camera supports a flat color profiles (S-Log2 & S-Log3) for improved dynamic range that can then be used when color grading in post, it can record time code in order to help you sync audio and video when you record them separately, it allows for an external mic allowing you to record higher quality audio in-camera, and includes focus peaking and zebras that help make sure the subject is in focus and no areas are over or under exposed. See More
The camera can capture video at up to 4K30 and 1080p120 resolutions and is capable of saving footage in XAVC S at up to 100 Mbps. Captured footage provides impressive levels of detail. It's important to note that 4K30 capture is from a smaller crop of the sensor while 4K24/25 is from the full width of the sensor. See More
The camera can capture 4K30 (at up to 100Mbps), 1080p60 and 720p120 video internally and save to XAVC S with S-Log2 color profile. The video is detailed with little noise both in good light and in low light. It's worth noting that 4K video is slightly better when shooting using the Super 35 region of the sensor instead of the full sensor region while 1080p performs better when shot at full width of the sensor and downsampled. See More
With some lenses the tracking is fast and the hit-rate is high while others give highly inconsistent results. Additionally, while overall the faster the lens the better the results, there are exceptions. And while such behaviour is expected with all cameras, the degree to which X-Pro 2 is affected by this is noticeably greater than comparable cameras. See More
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