Distinctly evolved: Fujifilm X-E2 review
Fujifilm's idea of a mid-range camera is a remarkably photographer-friendly affair, and the X-E2 is the latest example of that. It's superficially similar to its predecessor, the X-E1, but adds the X-Trans CMOS II sensor we first saw in the X100S, which includes on-chip phase detection elements to allow continuous autofocus. It also has a nicer rear screen and built-in Wi-Fi, along with a host of small operational and feature tweaks. Is the X-E2 a photographic tool that lives up to the promise of its classic looks and control layout?
|Fujifilm - RR-90 Remote Release for X-E2, X-M1, X-A1, X-Q1, S1 Digital Cameras||$39.95|
|Fujifilm X-E2 Black Digital Camera||$799.00|
|Fujifilm X-E2 Black Digital Camera Kit w/ 18-55 mm Lens||$1099.00|