Rear LCD screen
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Rear LCD screen

The X-Pro2, being the more 'traditional' of the two cameras, has a simple, fixed rear LCD. In contrast, and in keeping with its ultra-versatile 'do anything' design philosophy, the X-T2 features a complex, multi-articulating screen that enables easy framing from high and low angles in both landscape and portrait orientations. This articulating design is also more useful for video work.

The decision by Fujifilm (which actually manufactures capacitive membranes for touchscreens) not to include touch sensitivity in either camera is a little disappointing. Also a bit odd is the resolution difference between the screens on the back of the X-T2 and X-Pro2. The X-Pro2's screen resolution is 1.6 million dots – somewhat higher than the 1.04 million-dot screen on the back of the X-T2 (it's the difference between 900 x 600 rather than 720 x 480 pixels).

So in summary: If you want screen articulation, go for the X-T2. If you don't mind a fixed screen, you'll get slightly higher resolution from the X-Pro2.