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FUJIFILM X-T2 BODY ONLY BLACK is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Mail-in Offer for a FUJIFILM Domke Bag with a $1500 purchase of regular priced X Series Camera, Kit, Lens or qualifying X-T2 Purchase. Excludes X-H1 body and kit.

Extend the life of the Manufacturer’s Warranty by up to 3 years with Henry’s Extended Life Plan. Includes:

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  • 24.3 MP Mirrorless Camera
  • APS-C X-Trans CMOS III Sensor
  • 4K/2K Video
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Fujifilm X-T2 Camera Body Firmware Update Ver.3.00
  • 24.3 MP Mirrorless Camera
  • APS-C X-Trans CMOS III Sensor
  • 4K/2K Video
  • 3-way Tilting 3.0" LCD
  • The X-T2 takes the FUJIFILM X mirrorless camera system to a whole new level of excellence. With its 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor and high-performance X Processor Pro image processing engine, the X-T2 fulfills the high standards of the FUJIFILM X system. The addition of 4K/2K video takes it one step beyond. With a string of features including high speed 1/32000 shutter, Intelligent Hybrid Phase detection AF, weather resistant body, 3-way tilting 3.0" LCD, 2.36 Million dots EVF and dual SD UHS-II memory card slots, the X-T2 makes a fitting successor to the popular FUJIFILM X-T1.
  • Features:
  • 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor reduces moire and false colours to dramatically improve image quality
  • High-performance X Processor Pro image processing ngine increases response times, combined with the X-Trans CMOS III sensor, it achieves faster AF, lower noise and better colour reproduction
  • 4K/2K Video 30/25/24 frame rates and Full HD at 60/50/30/25/24 frame rates, 100Mbps Video Bit rate
  • Electronic shutter maximum speed of 1/32000 sec and a focal plane shutter with a top speed of 1/8000 sec. with flash synchronization of up to 1/250 sec.
  • Intelligent Hybrid Phase detection AF with up to 325 selectable AF points
  • Weather resistant magnesium alloy chassis with improved control dials for use in rugged, outdoor conditions
  • 2.36 Million dots EVF with 100 frame per second refresh rate
  • 3-way tilting 3-inch 1.62 million dots resolution rear LCD
  • Dual SD UHS-II memory card slots for fast, more reliable image storage
  • AF-C Custom settings
  • Optional Vertical Power Booster Grip operates multiple batteries at the same time to boost in continuous shooting, shooting interval, shutter release time lag and blackout time while extending 4K video recording to 30 minutes
  • High ISO sensitivity performance - ISO 200-12800 in RAW - improves the whole sensitivity range for smoother gradation and deeper blacks, vastly increasing low light shooting
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n Remote shooting and Instax Share printer compatible
  • 16 Film simulation modes including the new ACROS monochrome mode
  • Customizable menu system with a redesigned menu and new "My Menu" settings
  • Normal/boost mode switch
  • 14 Bit RAW with lossless compression and in camera processing
  • Exposure compensation expanded to +/-5 stops
  • TTL 256 Zone metering with multi spot average, spot and new centre weighted metering
  • Interval Shooting
  • 13 Creative filters - Including: Toy camera / Miniature / Pop color / High-key / Low-key / Dynamic tone / Soft focus / Partial color (Red / Orange / Yellow / Green / Blue / Purple)
  • 3.5mm microphone input, 2.5mm remote input, USB 3.0, micro HDMI
  • Compatible with all Fujinon X-Mount lenses


Camera Type: Mirrorless Camera
Camera Style: Pro
Lens Mount: Fujifilm X
Camera Format: APS-C
Effective Pixels: 24.3MP
Approx. Resolution: 24MP
Sensor Type/Size: 23.6x15.6mm CMOS
File Formats: JPEG, RAW; MPEG-4 AVC; Linear PCM
Dust Reduction System: Yes
Memory Card Type: SD/SDHC/SDXC
Image Stabilization: Supported with OIS type lenses


ISO Sensitivity: 100-51200
Shutter: Mechanical: Bulb (60 minutes) - 1/8000 sec.; Electronic: Bulb (1 sec.) - 1/32000 sec.
Remote Control: RR-90 (Sold Separately)
Metering Method: TTL 256-zone / Multi / Spot / Average / Center Weighted
Exposure Modes: Programmed AE/ Shutter Speed priority AE/ Aperture priority AE / Manual exposure
White Balance Modes: Automatic scene recognition Custom / Color temperature selection (2500-10000K) Preset: Fine / Shade / Fluorescent light (Daylight) / Fluorescent light (Warm White) / Fluorescent light (Cool White) / Incandescent light / Underwater
Burst Rate: 5.0 fps to 14.0 fps


Continuous Shooting: 5.0 fps to 14.0 fps
Start-Up Time: 0.3 sec.
Self Timer: 2 sec, 10 sec
In-Camera Image Editing: Yes
Connectivity: HDMI Micro Connector D, USB 3.0 / micro USB Terminal


Viewfinder Type: Electronic OLED
Viewfinder Size: 0.5"
Viewfinder Coverage: 100%
Viewfinder Magnification: 0.77x
Diopter Adjustment: -4 to +2m-1
Screen Size: 3.0"
Display Screen Type: Rear Screen LCD
Screen Coverage: NA
Live View: NA

AV Recording

Video Recording: Yes
Video Resolution: 4K UHD
File Size: 4K/2K, 1920 x 1080 (Full HD). 1280 x 720 (HD)
Aspect Ratio: 3:2
Continuous Shooting Time: Up to 30 min. 4K Video Recording
Audio Recording: Linear PCM Stereo


Flash Modes: Sync. Mode: 1st Curtain / 2nd Curtain / Auto FP (HSS); Flash Mode: TTL (Flash Auto / Standard / Slow Sync.) / Manual / Commander / Off (When EF-X8 is Set)
Guide No. (Feet/Metres): NA
Max Sync Speed: 1/250sec.
Flash Compensation: NA


Swivel/Tilt LCD: Yes
Weather Resistant: Yes
Built-in Flash: No


Battery: NP-W126S Li-ion battery
Operating/Storage Temperature: -10 to 40 degrees C Humidity: 10-80%


Weight: 507g
Dimensions (WxHxD): 132.5 x 91.8 x 49.2mm (minimum depth 35.4mm)
Colour: Black

Kit Lens Performance

Focal Length: None
Aperture (Max. & Min.): None
Camera Mount Type: None
Format Compatibility: None
Angle of View: None
Minimum Focus Distance: None
Maximum Close-Up Magnification: None
Groups/Elements: None
Diaphragm Blades: None

Kit Lens Features

Autofocus: None
Tripod Collar: None
Image Stabilization: None

Kit Lens Physical

Dimensions (DxL): None
Filter Thread: None
Weight: None

Additional Information


What’s Included:

  • FUJIFILM X-T2 Mirrorless Camera
  • Li-ion battery NP-W126S
  • Battery charger BC-W126
  • Shoe-mount flash unit EF-X8
  • Shoulder strap
  • Body cap
  • Strap clip
  • Protective cover
  • Clip attaching tool
  • Hot shoe cover
  • Vertical Power Booster Grip connector cover
  • Sync terminal cover
  • Owner's manual
  • Warranty
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A significant upgrade from the XT1 "Having shot many weddings with the XT1, I was excited about getting the XT2. I was lucky to walk into Henry's on the day of the XT2's release (when the store first opened) and purchase the only one they had in stock that wasn't slotted for a pre-order. That means since Sept 2016 I have been shooting weddings with the XT2 along with my XT1. This gives me a constant comparison of the two as I always have both on my person with different lenses the entire day. I immediately noticed how much faster the shutter release responds. Since I back-button focus, when I press the shutter I expect instant capture. The XT1 is sluggish compared to the XT2. Also, the rear-focus button on the XT1 is contrast only focus when on the XT2 it uses the phase AF feature ... so when focusing with the back-focus AF-L button, the XT2 focuses much faster ... but when pre-focused, the quicker shutter response of the XT2 is excellent. I have noticed the XT2 focuses quicker than the XT1, but not enough for me to give it a ""wow, it's quicker"" feedback. Since I'm not usually pushing the camera's quick autofocus features (nor AF-C as that isn't my style), I can't give a try one-for-one comparison. But when I have used the AF-S multi-point feature of the XT2 when shooting my kids high school gym and/or arena sports, I'm impressed at how fast the 16-55/2.8 lens nails focus (and this is without the vertical grip boost). The added resolution is nice for when I need to crop agressively. But I haven't noticed much of a greater shadown or highlight recovery in the raw files from the XT1 versus the XT2. But I rarely need to push the shadows or highlights too far. But since I edit in Lightroom, always RAW files when doing a wedding, and I edit XT1 and XT2 images side by side, I haven't noticed any difference in shadow or highlight recovery. I have noticed that the Velvia colour profile in Lightroom when used against RAW files is better with the XT2 than the XT1. The XT1 colour profile over saturates some of the time, but the XT2 seems to be just right (at least for my style when shooting people and scenes with people). Having 2 batteries in the vertical grip means I can shoot quite a long time and not change a battery. This is quite convenient. It was never an issue for me on the XT1 (it has the vertical grip as well) ... but the extra battery in the XT2 versus XT1 is a nice option. Video out of the XT2 is excellent. I'm very happy. I do shoot video sometimes at my weddings (when the client has paid for that service) and the results are excellent. When I shot XT1 video, it was OK ... but I needed to be more careful and work with the limits the camera had. On the XT2, the focusing for video is easier (the joystick for AF points is excellent). I have shot 4K and extracted via Photoshop 8MP images from the video and used in client album and it looks like a photo captured at 8PM. Pretty sweet! Acros film sim is very nice, but I haven't had a chance to really spend time with it like I was hoping. I'm sure in time I will. The JPG's when using Acros are beautiful when you dial the ISO to 3200 and 6400. For me ... that is the true Acros calling. High ISO, film like results. The body on the XT2 is a bit more rugged built than the XT1 which is nice. The door to the memory cards (dual cards is AWESOME for backup while I shoot) and the door to the mic/etc ports are MUCH BETTER than the XT1. That was a serious design flaw where Fuji cheap'd out. But the XT2 is much better. For a causal shooter, the XT1 is the best bang for the buck. For the serious hobbiest or a working pro, the XT2 is a much better performing camera when it comes to speed and durability and video. Well worth the $."
Date published: 2017-02-28
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Do you find the 24MP on the XT-2 a big difference than the 16MP on the XT-1?  

Asked by: LucyS
HI LucyS, Thank you for your question. The best answer to this is , in my opinion, it depends on your overall perception of the final image. There is a good article about the X-T2 vs the X-T1 found here:
Answered by: Simon
Date published: 2018-03-16
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