So far though when it comes to the answer of the Fujifilm X Pro 2 vs Fujifilm X-T2, the specs lead us to the X-T2. Though the X Pro 2 is absolutely no slouch and at the moment of publishing this post, it’s the best APS-C sensor camera I’ve tested. That will most likely change though.
And here’s its edit. I’m very confident that a lot is possible with the Fujifilm X Pro 2’s files as long as you don’t literally try to break the laws of metering. That’s just stupid.
Did you know that Fujifilm has two flagship cameras in the X series lineup? For many of you looking to upgrade or switch, it will be a question of the Fujifilm X Pro 2 vs the Fujifilm X-T2 when it comes to purchasing. It’s a bit insane, but the company’s reasoning for this has to do with the fact that they’re offering both a rangefinder style and an SLR style camera body for those that want them. It makes sense–Panasonic does the same thing.
Fujifilm has always had the best APS-C sensors, and with the Fujifilm X Pro 2 the camera company sends forth their Gandalf the White for all the Orcs to fear and tremble before. The sensor in this camera performs very well, though I have a feeling that it’s capable of even more. My testing was done with Adobe Lightroom CC, and the quality is very much there but I still believe that the algorithms may be better in other programs. I have a copy of Capture One Pro and I’ll be working with that soon.