Fuji X-Pro2 > X-T2

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  1. Solarflare

    Solarflare No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    10 Reasons Why the Fujifilm X-T2 is (probably) better than the X-Pro2 (Based on Rumors & Fuji Manager Statements) – Fuji Rumors
    Now thats just plain wrong, almost mean-spirited !

    The X-Pro2 will be better because its COOLER !

    First of all : it looks better ! Well, duh ! It really looks like a Leica M. Sort of. You know, the general direction. Especially with the 35mm f2 on it !

    Also: It has a true OVF ! Okay, it would be even MORE cool if it actually was a real rangefinder, but at least it has a real optical viewfinder in the spirit of a rangefinder ! This can for example save battery life.

    I see the X-Pro2 as the top camera for the photography enthusiast who likes to photograph with style. The X-T1 and X-T2 on the other hand are more like workhorses.
     
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    I agree that the X-Pro2 LOOKS more attractive, in a traditionalist way. But not so sure the buyers of today are all that concerned with having their 21st century camera look like a 1953-premiered Leica M-series camera...

    The X-T2's list of refinements sounded impressive to me. But on the other hand, I like a camera that offers an optical viewfinder system as an option.
     
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    Looks more like a Voitglander
    Voigtlander Bessa R2A R3A

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    I vote for the XT-2
     
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    I am getting both.
     
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    The X-Pro is like a Leica M on the outside and a Contax G on the inside.

    Which is awesome.
     
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    I am needing an "envy" rating now. :D
     
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    SnappingShark Always learning. Supporting Member

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    reviving the thread - mwahaha - I just got an X-PRO 2 after it being available for a year.
    It covers my needs. It looks great - feels fantastic and I don't need a workhorse, but something I enjoy using!
     
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    A very sexy machine. Enjoy. :cool-48:
     

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