Fujifilm X-T1 vs X-T2 – The complete comparison

Updated on: March 6th, 2019

The X-T1 played a significant role in boosting the popularity of the Fujifilm X series, and so its successor, the X-T2, was naturally the most awaited camera from the brand this year. Indeed, people were more excited about its arrival than that of the X-Pro2, which gave us a sneak peek at the performance we could expect from the X-T2 since they share the same sensor and autofocus system.

Given the two-year gap between the X-T1 and X-T2, we were all hoping for many improvements and happily this is the case. With the X-T2, Fujifilm released a camera that feels and handles much better than its predecessor in many ways, though some of the differences are less obvious than you might think.

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Sony a6500 and Olympus OM-D E-M1 II

The Sony a6500 and Olympus OM-D E-M1 II share more specifications than you might think despite the differences in their design and image format. They both feature an advanced hybrid autofocus system, can shoot 4K video, incorporate 5-axis sensor stabilisation and have a touch screen. The two cameras represent the best each company has to offer right …

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Sony RX100 IV and RX100 V

Back when it was first released, the Sony RX100 IV surprised us with its exceptional speed, video performance and super slow motion capabilities up to 1000fps, something unseen on a compact camera before. It rightfully claimed the title of the most advanced compact camera on the market.

The new RX100 mark V retains most characteristics found on the previous version: 20MP of resolution, a 24-70mm (equivalent) f/1.8-2.8 zoom lens, 4K video, High Frame Rate mode, electronic shutter with 1/32000s and anti-distortion technology (no rolling shutter for stills), pop-up viewfinder, a 180° tilting screen and the same pocketable compact body.

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Panasonic G85 vs GX85

With only the letter “X” separating their names, there is no question that the new G85 and the GX85 have many specifications in common. They have the same 16MP Micro Four Thirds sensor (with no AA filter), mechanical shutter with electromagnetic drive (shutter shock free), 4K video and 4K Photo, Depth from Defocus autofocus technology, 5-axis sensor shift and Dual Image Stabilisation system. Indeed, the biggest and most obvious difference is the body design.

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The 10 Main Differences Between the the Panasonic G7 and G85

The G85 is the successor to the G7, and as such, carries forth the design of its predecessor while packing some of the most recent technology from Panasonic. The most interesting addition is definitely the 5-axis stabilisation, a feature we all know and love on Olympus and Sony cameras and that we appreciated on the …

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