Fujifilm Reveals New Camera Line-up

January 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Japanese imaging company Fujifilm has now shifted gear to bring up a complete line-up of rebooted cameras that fit all range of photographers.

Four new cameras have now been announced by Fujifilm, namely X-Pro 2, X-E2S, X70 and the XP90.

All of these come as the successor to its previous models, except for the X70, which is branded as a new member in the X-series family.

X-Pro2

Featuring a 16.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor, the fixed lens camera dons the role of a compact shooter, and can be viewed as the perfect fit for the hands of those stepping in to professional photography.

X-70 boasts a 49-point autofocus system that comes with a max ISO range of 51,200. All these come with a price-tag of $700, pushing the device into a mid-tier segment device.

Joining the X70 in the same category and with the same price tag is the X-E2S, which features the same sensors and autofocus capabilities of X70.

The successor to the X-E2 camera, although, features the mirror-less technology, and will also bundle a Fujinon XF 18-55mm, f/2.4-4 R LM optical image stabilization lens for an additional $300 payment.

XP90

The one that arrives as premium among these is the X-Pro2, the flagship successor to the X-Pro. The device boasts a 24.3-megapixel X-trans CMOS III sensor that is joined by an X-Processor Pro imaging chip, and a 273-point AF system with 73 phase-detect points.

It’s also powered by an advanced hybrid multi viewfinder. The body of the flagship camera features a weather-sealed design. X-Pro 2 is due to arrive on February, and is priced at $1700.

The cheapest, and the final device, is the XP90 point & shoot camera, which is the rugged version of the XP80 camera from Fuji. Both of them do share similar components inside.

But the XP90 is claimed to offer high resistance to water (50ft), shocks (about 6ft), low temperatures (14 degrees Fahrenheit) and dust.

XP90 can also capture Full HD videos, and slow-mo videos at 480p. The compact camera will come to the market, along with the rest, in February at a price of $230.

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