Fujifilm X-E2

Announced Oct 18, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Another truly amazing product from Fuji. After having used X-E1 for around a year or so, sudden rise of X-E2 caught many already X-E1 users with great surprise and dilemma. The dilemma for the loyal Fuji users was whether to immediately upgrade our own X-E1s to the newer one or not. But as there really such huge improvements that I couldn't resist the temptation any more and got one. I must say that this camera s truly a marvel and it is worth every penny. For here I want to send a message to ...

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Camera Nuts Jim
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The X-E2 is a bit temperamental, but once the menu system is mastered, it takes vibrant color photos.

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What a great camera! What a great great camera!! Good looking, fast, accurate, fun, compact, lightweight and did i say good looking? This camera is not just a camera. It's a fashion. It's a style. It's a friend, a tool, a moneymaker and just a fun, big men's(or woman's) toy to have. Quick and responsive. The camera is snappy and make's you happy. Startup time, menu navigation, browsing, deleting pictures etc...it's all good. The focusing system is adequate. Fuji has come along way (so i ...

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Minev
 
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Decided to switch from my Nikon D7000 to this smaller system. The only thing I miss is the longer battery life of DSLR, otherwise this camera is a pleasure to use. Getting used to the AF takes a while when going to a mirrorless like this but once you understand the constraints the images are amazing. I was looking for a more compact system that didn't compromise on image quality and i got an equivalent if not better IQ than my D7000 on this one. Love it! I am not giving it a full 5 as it's ...

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http://andrewvanbeek.com/comparing-fuji-x-e2-canon-5d-mark-iii/

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The X-E2, combined with the XF 23mm f/1.4 R, is simply stunning in build,performance, and IQ. This combo is the interchangeable (14 total lens) and robust version of Fuji's wildly popular X100S. Fuji will soon make available their XF 10-24mm f/4.0 R OIS zoom (with stabilization) for landscape and XF 56mm f/1.2 R for serious portrait work.

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