The 10 Main Differences Between the Fujifilm X100F and X-Pro2

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When the Fujifilm X series was in its infancy, there were but two ranges to choose between: the fixed-lens X100 series of premium compacts and the interchangeable X-Pro series.

Since then, the X100 series has been upgraded three times (the X100S, X100T and most recently, the X100F), and the X-Pro1 was recently replaced by the X-Pro2 following a three-year gap. Despite one being a fixed lens premium compact and the other an interchangeable lens camera, these two models actually have much in common, from their vintage rangefinder design and 24MP X-Trans III APS-C sensor to their hybrid autofocus system and Full HD video capabilities. There are, however, a few ways in which they differ which we’ll be covering in the following comparison preview. Let’s get started!

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Fujifilm X100F and X-T2

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The Fujifilm X Series is made up of two separate strains: the interchangeable lens series and the premium fixed-lens compact series. The X-T2, along with its rangefinder-like sibling the X-Pro2, is the current flagship camera of the interchangeable lens series, while the recently-announced X100T sits at the top of the premium compact range.

Despite being very different products, potential users often have difficulty choosing between the interchangeable lens and premium compact models for the simple reason that they possess many of the same features.

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10 Main Differences Between the Fujifilm X-T20 and Sony a6300 / a6500

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As of early 2017, there are three mirrorless APS-C models that best balance the latest advanced features and affordability: the brand new Fujifilm X-T20 and the Sony a6300 / a6500.

The a6300, released in early 2016, was followed only a few months later by the a6500. Barring a few features such as 5-axis stabilisation and a touch sensitive screen, the two Sony cameras are almost identical in terms of their specifications.

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10 Main Differences Between the Fujifilm X-T2 and X-T20

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Update: our complete comparison between the X-T2 and X-T20 is now online!

Following the unexpected success of the X-T1 back in 2014, Fujifilm made the strategic decision to release a smaller, stripped-down version of the flagship camera that was dubbed the X-T10. The decision must have borne fruit because Fujifilm has adopted the very same strategy with the X-T1’s successor, the X-T2, and the X-T20, the latter of which was officially announced a few days ago.

The two cameras, despite being priced very differently, have a surprising number of features in common – perhaps even more so than the original X-T1 and X-T10. These include the new 24MP APS-C X-Trans III sensor, advanced hybrid autofocus system with Custom AF settings, 4K video at 30fps, just to name a few.

In the following comparison preview, we’re going to be looking at all the most important ways in which the flagship X-T2 and mid-range X-T20 differ, with a specific focus on the features and specifications that have been removed or simplified on the cheaper model.

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10 Main Differences Between the Fujifilm GFX and Hasselblad X1D

The world of digital medium format has evolved immensely over the past couple of years. Though most cameras still remain out of reach for the average photographer due to the price, which is on average more than $30,000, this tendency is rapidly changing. In fact, some of the latest models are now being priced closer to flagship DSLRs such as the Nikon D5 or the Canon 1Dx mark II.

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