Josh and Allison from The Camera Project are back, this time with a hands-on review of the Fujifilm X-Pro2 conducted in New York City’s vibrant Chinatown. In this video, Allison covers the history of the area and shares her two cents about the camera from the point of view of a digital shooter who has little experience with analog, while Josh focuses more on the technical specifications of the camera.
All in all, their impressions are positive. They both love the image quality, especially the new black and white ACROS film simulation mode, and the high ISO performance. However, they both have some doubts about the lack of an articulating touch screen, which is a commonplace feature on many mirrorless cameras today, and the ISO/shutter speed dial.
Despite their three-month hiatus, it is great to see a new video from The Camera Project and we hope to see much more of them in the future!