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Photo: Fujifilm

Photo: Fujifilm

The X-Pro may carry the "Pro" moniker, but any X-Series fan will tell you the X-T1 is where its at. The new X-T2 follows up the original with their new 24.3MP X-Trans III CMOS sensor that brings a sharper, more pixel-dense image to their professional-grade system camera.  

Those hoping for improved video will be happy to know that the camera will be the first X-Series model to feature 4K and you can even use every film simulation mode when shooting video. Autofocus gets a big upgrade with up to 325 single AF focus points and 91 zone focusing points. 

A 2.36 million dot OLED viewfinder also joins the mix alongside a tilting 3-inch display, dual SD card slots, USB 3.0 connectivity, and compatibility with their new Vertical Power Booster Grip that increases battery life and shooting speed. 

$1,600 (body only),

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