Fujifilm isn’t sitting on its laurels when it comes to crafting quality cameras, and while the label has certainly churned out its share of classic cameras, the new Fujifilm X-T2 camera is a clear evolution in the brand’s product lineup. Boasting a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor, the X-T2 is the highest performing camera in the X Series, fusing the crisp quality of large sensor camera within a classical and compact design.

When it comes to features, the sensor is only the tip of the iceberg. The Fujifilm X-T2 now features 4K video shooting, and a completely retooled autofocus system. With 325 autofocus points overall, the upgraded system within the camera isn’t just able to focus faster within the moment, but can also isolate and focus on minuscule textures while maintaining contrast. Animal fur and feathers aren’t an easy object to capture without some high-level hardware, but X-T2 has you covered.

If you’re one of the final few who still shoot entirely on film (or just like the aesthetics of film), you should seriously consider the X-T2. With ACROS Film Simulation, your photos will maintain the deep blacks, color gradation and textures that you’re used to with traditional film photography—not to mention the dynamic film grain simulation options. Oh, and if you’re *really* old school, the X-T2 even features physical dials for everything from ISO to shutter speed.

While there’s so many more things to discuss, including the Vertical Booster Power Grip and high-precision 0.48-inch, 2.36 million dot OLED viewfinder, we don’t want to spoil the fun of discovering the camera for yourself. If all these features already have you dreaming up your next photoshoot, then rest assured because the X-T2 lands in stores on September 8.

  • Product Photograpy:Bryan Minear
  • Model Photography:Daniel Malikyar

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