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|Seller Notes:||“Fujifilm X-E2 in very good condition with fujinon 18-55 f2.8-4 With bttery and bag lens cap and hoodTested and everything works fine”|
|Features:||Auto Focus, Red-Eye Reduction, Face Detection, Image Stabilization, Wi-Fi, PictBridge Support||Color:||Black|
|Model:||Fujifilm X-E2||Series:||Fujifilm X Series|
|Maximum Resolution:||16.3 MP||Item Weight:||12.35 Oz.|
|Maximum Aperture:||f/2.8||Type:||Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens|
|Rely on the Fujifilm X Series Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera to capture events and occasions. Great for larger prints, it boasts 16.3-megapixel resolution to capture vivid detail. The camera has an HDMI port, which gives you the ability to view your photos on your computer. Sharpen your artistic eye and take incredible pictures with this Fujifilm X Series Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||175234055|
|Product Key Features|
|Features||Auto Focus, Mini-Hdmi, Digital Image Rotation, Red-Eye Reduction, USB 2.0, Face Detection, Image Stabilization, Hot Shoe, Wi-Fi, PictBridge Support|
|Series||Fujifilm X Series|
|Item Weight||12.35 Oz.|
|Type||Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens|
|Additional Product Features|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Still Image Format||Raw + JPEG|
|Camera Type||Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens|
|Light Sensitivity||Auto, 100-25600, 200-6400|
|Lens for Sd||XF R LM Ois 18-55mm|
|Additional Features||Mini-Hdmi, Digital Image Rotation, Red-Eye Reduction, Autofocus, USB 2.0, Face Detection, Image Stabilization, Wi-Fi, Hot Shoe, PictBridge Support|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Card, SD Memory Card|
|Focus Adjustment||Autofocus & Manual Focus|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
So far so good. Picture quality is excellent.
First off, I'm used to using my 5DMIII w/grip on assignments and I wanted a travel camera that I could use to take quality images without hauling 30 pounds of gear with me everywhere I go. My back is not what it used to be. Then I found the Fuji X-E2. I was skeptical about it's abilities. After a recent wedding trip to Colorado my thoughts are as follows; It's small, maybe too small for my hands but I'll get used to it. The jpgs are outstanding that come right out of the camera. It's dynamic range is really good. The picture quality is equal to, sometimes better, than my 5DMII. I had a lot of trouble with the aperture ring on the lens. I found myself continually moving it while shooting and forced myself to look at the f-stop for every shot, kind of a pain. The button locations are convenient and being able to program them for repetitive changes was nice. The battery doesn't last too long if the rear screen is continually used for either shooting or viewing so an extra battery is a must with this camera for extended shooting. The camera build feels very solid with the exception of a flimsy popup flash linkage. I did use the flash on a few occasions to just fill in shadows on a face and was surprised at how nice it did work considering how tiny it is. I have not yet tried a shoe mount flash on top. Since I shoot Canon, I hope I can get a Canon flash to work. So far, this camera may allow me to leave the big boys at home and just use this on a travel vacation. Time will tell.
Small package, professional quality
The Fuji X-E2 is a compact, mirrorless camera with a clever combination of an electronic viewfinder and LCD screen. If you put your eye to the finder, the screen shuts off, saving power and eliminating distraction. The finder helps folks who grew up on DSLRs and rangefinders. The LCD works for those who mostly use their phones. In addition to clever items like a dial for lighter or darker images, a hotshoe for external flash and video capability, this little camera will also work in manual mode. Even manual focus. The lens is a modern marvel. It feels as smooth and competent as an old Leica or Zeiss. And you can get lots of serious specialty glass for it. Fuji hasn't forgotten its claims to fame, dynamic range and film simulations. Both adjustments are included and can give you incredible flexibility in shooting different subjects. Simply put, this is my my walking-around camera. It has the same mega-pixels as my phone, but it produces pro-quality images from a small package. I used to do this for a living, so I appreciate the combination. Things didn't used to be this easy.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: dkenney23
I recently purchased my Fuji X-E2, a mirrorless camera from Fujifilm's X-Series lineup, last April. To be honest, I'm not a very good critique, but from an amateur's perspective I'd say this camera produces quality images. I looked up those produced from the newly released X-Pro2 and Leica M9; trust me, you can barely tell which one costs 6x more than the other. Of course, most of those outcomes could have been manipulated, and if you have processed XE-2's images through Lightroom, they would also come out as nice. XE-2 was fun to experiment with. It's compact, and not as bulky as a the DSLRs I've used. It's "mirrorless" system is what really piqued my interest but I had enjoyed it so much more because of the freedom that the dials and other things on the menu offers. It's a great camera to start with if you are trying to learn photography, at least before switching to one with more complex adjustments. I've read that the AF is not as fast as other X cameras but I haven't had or tried any other Fujifilm X before, so I can't really tell. I haven't had any problems with it. I think it's just a matter of adjusting with it and getting used to it. Mine came in with an 18-55m XF Zoom Lens, which you can switch between manual and auto-focus--I looked it up and it costs about $380-415-- and a hand grip--that plays bet. $150-200-- all in the package! I'd finally say, I got more than what I paid for.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: adorama
Great model advancement but, needs some refinement....
I purchased this model after some research. I needed a step up from my present point and shoot digital camera. The X-E2 offered the ability to use other brand lenses. I used a Leica mount 35mm f1.4 Voigtlander lens and a Leica 90mm f2 Summicron. The Fuji 18-55 zoom that came with the purchase is sharper than the 35mm! Two things that I am not happy with is the need to hunt and go through multiple menus and sub-menus to accomplish (Fuji Rep agrees) simple tasks. The second issue is the looong blackout during the exposure. This does not vary depending upon shutter speed. This is a common issue I have seen mentioned on many reviews. The manual focus, shooting without a lens, split image focus aid needs to be more pronounced. It is hard to see the split image outside in bright light. Consequently I have to zone focus. The MACRO focus mode with the 18-55mm zoom is NOT very MACRO. So, Like most products that are feature driven by competition, you have to get used to the menus and functions.
Absolutely 100% appreciate the X-E2 a true revolution
At first people resist change. As time passes they eventually embrace change. In the 90's Digital imaging changed photography and people called it a "Fad" with many believing it would pass so they stuck with film. In the first part of the new millennium the DSLR became the rage and change was embraced greatly. The digital process was tweaked and improved. Nearing the second decade the mirroless revolution entered the scene and again change was at the doorstep of photography. It took "old school look, fit, and feel" and applied new technology. While Fujifilm did not invent the systems, they certainly pioneered it with their new models. The X-E2 is a solid foundation for the next evolution in imagery. Plastic shelled bulky mirror flipping DSLR's are history and dead end path. Small, stylish, and simplistic with electronic viewfinders and mirrorless technology is the new direction. I started a career in consumer electronics back in the 80's, I have always been at the forefront of things changing and technology improving. I remember when compact disc were a fascinating new discovery and how having one you could use to record with was a dream that seemed impossible for home use. Change is inevitable and only resisted by those who fear change and seek comfort. Fuji used an enviable design to lure buyers and lead them into change willingly with these cameras. They applied a unique sensor design to appeal even more. Camera shops resist these, as they did digital imaging in the 90's so Fuji is up against some strong walls even within it's own industry. I believe it's important to know that this industry is still growing and developing. The X-E2 is just a sample of what's always going to be, inevitability and progress. Embrace the future now, try one because the DSLR is in a retirement home now thanks to what is just another step of inevitability. Until you cross-over and pass through the gateway you may not have a clue what this all may mean and how could you? Change only happens when you accept it by picking it up and using it. Trust me 100% when I say, "you can't see the past if you are still living in it". Put the DSLR down carefully and step away slowly please, everything will be alright when you pick up the future and place it in your hands..... your future begins by accepting you have one and with a Fujifilm camera to guide you through to the next step. Be thankful for the future and a lack of comprehension regarding it because if not? Nothing would ever surprise you again.......the X-E2 is wonderful surprise for those willing to embrace the inevitable. People with DSLR's look very silly and you'll see what I mean if you dare to change, but that's not very important because the real change is the one that will enable your inner creativity to a new level of ability with the X-E2 in your hands. I suggest you take a leap of faith and discover that technology can not only change the tool but your mindset as well. Open up more inside your brain? Generic looking DSLR's just don't cut it because they have limits. Full frame DSLR's are a complete waste of money and effort and the only way to discover anything anyone says is for you to try it and then realize it for yourself. Focus Peaking works well, old glass meters, focuses, and works perfectly on the X-E2 and marketing hype is the only thing convincing you that FF is better, certainly not practical sense.