The Fujifilm X-T2 is a great camera that produces fantastic 4K videos, has excellent low light performance and is solidly built. It is a great choice for a photographer looking to transition to a very capable 4K camera.
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Pro Fantastic pictures
Fujifilm’s X-Trans sensor enables the X-T2 to take fantastic pictures. Images consistently feature great detail, contrast and colour. The end result are images that have lifelike colors, great contrast and require little to no post processing.
Pro Excellent video quality
The X-T2 is able to capture 4k video at 30 fps and HD video at 60 fps. By capturing footage at a higher resolution then downscaling it to 4k, X-T2 produces very detailed video. Additionally, with its F-log colour mode, the X-T2 is able to capture even more dynamic range. The inclusion of a built in micro HDMI port as well as 3.5 mm audio jack allows for external devices to be connected as well. As such, the X-T2 is ideally set up to produce fantastic content.
Pro Excellent low light performance
The Fujifilm X-T2 features great sensitivity in low light conditions due to its great sensor quality and excellent image processing. This makes it a great investment if shooting locations include clubs, concerts or other dimly lit areas.
Pro Great build quality
The X-T2 is a rugged camera whose body is both dust and moisture resistant. Additionally, it has been rated to work in temperatures as low as -10 degrees Celsius. Photographers that have used this on shoots have testified to its reliability in poor weather conditions.
Pro Software updates
Previous versions of the Fujifilm X series have been improved over time with firmware updates. As such, the X-T2 will continue to be extremely capable in the long term.
Con No touchscreen
Touchscreens are common features on a variety of similar cameras. While the X-T2 has analog controls these have a tendency to slow down one's workflow.
Con No image stabilization
Optical image stabilization is not built into X-T2 so a lens that comes with image stabilization will have to be purchased separately. Fujifilm's X-Mount lens system has several to choose from.