The original X-Pro1 was introduced in 2012 as a follow up to Fuji’s incredibly successful X100. It was the first interchangable lens camera to use Fuji’s new X-Trans sensor technology and a lot of people saw it as the ultimate Leica-killer. But sluggish auto-focus and lack luster performance meant it never lived up to the hype. Fast forward 4 years and the Fuji X Pro2 is (finally) released and I remember thinking, all Fuji has to do is give us an X-Pro1 that lives up to modern camera standards and they’re going to have a winner. Did Fuji get it right this time? Hit the jump for our Fuji X Pro2 street photography review!
Fuji X Pro2
Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey talks about his lifelong relationship with photography as he shoots in Puerto Rico with a brand spanking new Fuji X Pro2. He’s one of the greatest documentary photographers working today and while he doesn’t say anything specifically about the new flagship Fuji camera you can’t help but be inspired by his words. Hit the jump to watch the video!
We’ve known it was coming for a while and the Fuji X Pro2 was officially announced today. The new flagship of Fuji’s X line of cameras boasts improvements across the board while retaining the classic X Pro look and feel. Initial reports are starting to trickle in and the Fuji X Pro2 is starting to look like a street photographer’s dream camera. Hit the jump for more details!