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    Test: Fujifilm X-E2 – finfixad entusiast

    Conclusion Det bådar gott att Fujifilm nu lyckats lösa sitt stora problem med trög autofokus. X-E2 presterar bra när det gäller det som föregångaren hade svårigheter med, både när det gäller autofokus och andra småsaker. Egentligen kan X-E2 ses som en buggfixad X-E1:a (precis som X100s mot X100), och presterar nu det som vi hade förväntats hitta redan hos föregångaren. Kameran är vare sig klumpig eller smidig, utan har sitt karaktäristiska Fujifilm-utseende med retrokänsla. För sin storlek presterar den väl, och funktionsmässigt har den godbitar som elektronisk sökare, bra skärm, möjlighet till utbytbart objektiv och en hel del möjligheter till inställningar.    X-E2 riktar sig främst till entusiaster som vill ha riktigt bra bildkvalitet blandat med Fujifilms designmässiga känsla, i ett hyfsat välförpackat format. 

    6 år sedan
  • Fujifilm X-E2 review

    Sumptuous design, gorgeous photos - a true photographer's camera

    6 år sedan
  • Fuji X-E2 review


    • EVF built-in
    • 920,000-dot LCD
    • Faster responses
    • Improved AF system


    • Fixed screen
    • No touchscreen
    • Advanced Filters are 'JPEG only'

    Along with many photographers, I liked the X-E1. It offers the same image quality as the superb X-Pro1 in a smaller body and has what I consider the more useful of the two viewfinders - the electronic finder, which has been improved so that it's better in low light. The X-E2 builds on the successes of the X-E1, with the same high-quality feel, an improved focusing system, a host of minor updates and better image quality.Although image quality is often said to be the most important aspect of a camera, it's only part of the story. If a camera feels good in your hands, is responsive and easy or quick to use, you'll be far more likely to use it. The X-E2 isn't designed to appeal to novice photographers, but many enthusiasts will love it. The key features are within easy reach, there's an excellent viewfinder and the images are also superb – especially the raw files.We always recommend that photographers shoot raw files where possible to get the best image quality, but this is especially true with the X-E2, provided you have access to Adobe Camera Raw to process the files, as this elevates the results - in many cases producing images that are better than those from competing cameras, such as the Olympus OM-D E-M1 and Panasonic GX7.

    6 år sedan
  • Fujifilm X-E2

    Design: 9/10
    Features: 10/10
    Ease-of-use: 10/10
    Image quality: 10/10
    Value for money: 9/10

    The new Fujifilm X-E2 offers more features, better handling and importantly faster performance than its predecessor, which we already loved, making it our favourite X-series camera and one of the best compact system cameras around. Fujifilm have clearly listened to their users and produced a camera that may look very much like the original X-E1, but which improves on it in virtually all ways.

    6 år sedan
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    Fujifilm X-E2

    •Classic camera appearance and layout makes you want to take pictures
    •Excellent JPEGs with good color, little need to use raw most of the time
    •Reliable metering and AWB systems
    •Impressive image quality at all ISO settings - good resolution and low noise
    •DR modes make it easy to use camera's impressive dynamic range
    •Wi-Fi is handy and reasonably well-implemented
    •In-camera Raw conversion lets you make the best of the camera's JPEG engine
    •Built-in flash with generally well-judged output is handy for fill lighting in a pinch
    •Film Simulation settings offer quick access to different color modes and black and white filters
    •Quick menu gives fast access to most digital controls not covered by dials or buttons
    •Built-in level helps when capturing landscapes
    •Relatively quiet shutter
    •Enthusiast-focused lens selection

    •Disappointing movie quality
    •JPEGs appear to over-process skin tones at high ISO
    •Interaction of ISO and DR modes potentially confusing
    •Q-menu prioritizes obscure settings at the expense of arguably more useful ones
    •Face Detection mode poorly integrated and not very successful
    •No wireless flash control option
    •Flash exposure compensation setting awkward to access (requires trip into menus)
    •Built-in level isn't always as accurate as we'd like
    •Camera disables Raw shooting without warning in some bracketing modes
    •Auto ISO requires a fixed minimum shutter speed (not ideal with zooms)
    •Minimal control available in video mode

    6 år sedan