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Fujifilm's flagship X-Pro camera finally gets a sequel

Fuji takes it to the next level with their second generation X-Pro.
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The X-Pro2 finally brings the features X-Pro fans have been clamoring for in their flagship camera. The new model gets their biggest sensor in a X-Series camera to date with a 24.3 megapixel X-Trans CMOS III sensor and a new X Processor Pro imaging processing engine that brings a big boost in speed to the X-Pro sequel.

The camera's viewfinder also gets a big update with a 2.36 million dot EVF that has a display speed of 85 fps and of course, a hybrid design that allows for electronic and optical viewing modes. Other features include an upgraded focal plane shutter with a top speed of 1/8000 for easier shooting in bright conditions, built-in WiFi, a weather-resistant magnesium body, and dual SD card slots. 

$1,700 (body only), B&H Photo

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