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The Fujifilm X-E2: Beyond the Manual is a new ebook from photographer Rico Pfirstlinger.
“The Fujifim X-E2: Beyond the Manual provides experience-based information and insights for owners of the Fujifilm X-E2 mirrorless system camera. Fuji X-Pert series author Rico Pfirstinger teaches little-known capabilities of the X-E2 that he’s discovered through several months of in-depth research. This book focuses on insights that you won’t find in the manual, skipping tedious explanations of basic camera functions and operations. Instead, Rico cuts to the chase and provides readers with a plethora of tips and practical instructions that will enable them to fully explore the capabilities of the X-E2.”
The Fujifilm X-E2: Beyond the manual retails for $16.95; however, it is currently available as a Kindle Edition for $9.99 on Amazon.com.
Fuji has update the X-E2 firmware to version 2.00. The new firmware improves the X-E2 viewfinder performance to bring it on par the with popular X-T1 viewfinder. The EVF lag time has been reduced to just 0.005s. The firmware update also increases the frame rate of the viewfinder even in low light conditions. [Read more…]
The Fuji X-E2 steps up from its X-E1 predecessor by generally offering a faster and more capable set of features. The 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans II sensor has no color filter array thanks to the unique X-Trans pixel arrangement that limits moire. Additionally, the sensor features 100,000 phase detection pixels scattered across it. [Read more…]
The Fuji X-E2 and XQ1 are expected to launch next week; however, images of the cameras have leaked out a few days ahead of time. [Read more…]
Recent rumors and leaks suggest that Fuji will be releasing two new S-Series cameras in the lead up to PhotoPlus 2013 at the end of October. The Fuji X-E2 should replace the popular Fuji X-E1 mirrorless camera.
Additionally, the Fuji XQ1 is expected to be a compact version of the Fuji X20, using the same 12MP 2/3″ X-Trans II sensor. This could be Fuji’s shot at the prosumer market that’s been so enamored with Sony’s RX100 cameras.
Both cameras are rumored to be announced on October 18.
[via Fuji Rumors]