Fujifilm X-T2

Fujifilm X-T2 review

To begin with, Fuji released the Fujifilm X-T2 Review as a replacement to the ever popular X-T1.

Camera enthusiasts the world over have high expectations about it too. In short, they know what it”s predecessor was capable of. Obviously the £1299 ($1,599 USD) price range will not appeal to all, but you will acquire a top quality camera for this outlay.

Indeed, advanced users will find it hard to beat for this price.

The X-T2 also has the ability to autofocus on small points of light and low-contrast objects with fine detail. The X-T2 also gives interval timer shooting for time lapse photography.

Fujifilm X-T2 Review
Moreover, with intervals of 1 second to 24 hours and up to 999 frames it is pretty impressive. Face detection is standard, of course, with the ability to focus on the left or right eye. Battery life should be enough for 340 shots too. However, additional batteries are available that can attain around 1,000 shots.

Fujifilm X-T2 Video

With it”s 4k capture or 1080p footage, this high-end camera will surely please all. Alas, previous Fujifilm X cameras did have a reputation of being a bit neglected when compared to competitors. But, this reputation is dying with more attention to the subject matter. Advanced users can achieve better results so don”t be afraid to tinker with the settings.

To sum up

With a myriad of high quality cameras on the market right now, what one do you choose? Of course, you can always choose a brand with a good pedigree and hope for the best. However, the Fujifilm X series has this pedigree and rightly so. Because of it’s predecessor having such a good reputation, we feel you can’t go wrong by choosing the Fujifilm X-T2. However, for those who own the X-T1 it may not be wise to upgrade just for the sake of it.

Fujifilm X-T2

Around £1299.00

Picture quality


Video quality


Build quality




User friendly



  • Image quality is very good
  • Ergonomics - excellent
  • 4k video mode
  • 24 Megapixels
  • wi-fi connectivity


  • Slightly slow
  • Auto focus could be better
  • Confusing for the novice user
  • Lacking touchscreen ability
  • Control niggles
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