Tony & Chelsea Northrup Fujifilm X-T2 Review

It’s been a while since Tony & Chelsea Northrup declared that the Fujifilm X-T2 can produce results sharper than the Canon 5DSR, but their review is finally complete. It’s kind of pieced together, but seem pretty impressed, calling the X-T2 the best camera for high quality photos and video. I wish they would have updated their video to reflect their memory card issues and discovery of the Fujinon 90mm f/2 R LM instead of addressing it in the description and video annotations.

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  • James Donahue

    Can we get some of these upscale reviews on the X Pro2, I think everyone has forgotten about it.

    • A lot of people skipped over the X-Pro 2. I find my X-Pro 2 to be equal to my X-T2 and the only difference to me is form factor. Generally speaking I enjoy shooting primes on my X-Pro 2 and Zooms on my X-T2.

  • José Victor Henriques

    You did not mention that the Xt2 gets hot, sometimes too hot when shooting hard and with video…Why? It’s immediately obvious after a few minutes…

    • I live in FL and haven’t had an issue with heat when using the battery grip in 94 degree weather.