The Fuji X-E2 is Fuji’s latest high-end mirrorless camera and it offers the same 16 megapixels X-Trans CMOS II sensor as on the highly acclaimed X100S reviewed here. This unique sensor offers a special 6×6 color-grid-array which requires no anti-alias filter plus built-in Phase-Detect AF, making the X-E2 one of only two mirrorless without an anti-alias filter and Phase-Detect AF. This promising combination of critical sharpness and speed is the focus of Neocamera’s in-depth Fuji X-E2 review.
The Fuji X-E2 follows the similar-looking X-E1 with a great number of very welcome usability improvements which are highlighted (quite literally) in the just published review. The X-E2 holds Fuji’s lead among mirrorless cameras, delivering superb image-quality with competitive performance for their ever-expanding system.
Read the Fuji X-E2 review for all the details. The image-gallery which provides full-resolution images at all full-stop ISO sensitivities, illustrates well what the X-E2 is capable of.