Fujifilm XT2 Review

November 13, 2016 § Leave a comment

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“Now with X-Trans III, the XT2 can address a total of 325 AF points, including 169 embedded phase-detect AF points spread over a much larger portion of the imaging area. The total area of the frame which supports autofocus may be roughly the same as earlier X-Trans II models – so there’s still a thick border around the outer edge of the frame where you can’t focus – but importantly much more of it now supports phase-detect AF. Where the previous models only offered a small rectangle in the middle of the frame, the XT2’s phase-detect points extend to the full height of the active AF area and out to become a large square. Meanwhile contrast detect AF areas extend the active area width-ways, but with the camera highlighting the PDAF region in CAF modes, it’s striking how much larger it is than the X-Trans II models. And while it still falls behind the almost complete frame phase-detect coverage of Sony’s A6000, A6300 and A6500, the XT2’s phase-detect area is still comfortably larger than the diamond arrays of most DSLRs at this price point.”





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