The X-Pro 1 used a 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, variations of which were used in subsequent models. Whereas the X-Pro 1 used an EXR Processor Pro, the new model has been equipped with an updated X-Processor Pro.
The X-Pro 1’s ISO 200-6400 standard sensitivity range has been expanded to ISO 200-12,800 for the X-Pro 2, with extensions settings equivalent to ISO 100 and up to 51,200 on hand. Dioptric correction wasn’t possible on the X-Pro 1 as standard – for that you needed to buy separate lenses. The X-Pro 1 didn’t offer weather sealing of any kind – that only came much later with the X-T1 – but the X-Pro 2 has been sealed against the elements. Fuji has made a number of changes here, such as by increasing the AF points from 49 points to 77 as standard and tweaking the predictable AF algorithm for better tracking of moving subjects, in addition to promising faster overall AF performance. While the X-Pro 1 offered 10 Film Simulation options, the X-Pro 2 comes with 15 as standard. An option not present on any previous model, this adds graininess to images to make them appear more like images captured on film. The back of the camera welcomes a new joystick-style lever, which can be used to change the focusing point and for general menu operation.
Fuji has refreshed the menu system on the X-Pro 2, with changes to the font and layout for both cosmetic and practical reasons.
The X-Pro 1 offered maximum burst rate of 6fps, and this has now risen to 8fps on the new model. Among other minor changes, Fuji has redesigned the grip and rear thumb rest for the new model, and also lost the buttons that were on the left hand side of the rear LCD. The X-Pro 1 only sported one command dial, which was positioned on the back of the camera, although the X-Pro 2 has an additional dial around the front.

The X-Pro 1 didn’t offer wireless control of any kind but the X-Pro 2 is one of a number of recent models to have Wi-Fi built into it. Although the X-Pro 2 follows its predecessor in recording images and videos onto SD-format cards, it’s the first camera in the X-series line to sport a dual card slot. Fuji states that the X-Pro 2 weighs approximately 445g without its battery and memory card, which is 45g heaver than the X-Pro 1.
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This is the first time the company has used this processor, and it’s said to offer faster processing, lower noise and better tonal and colour reproduction than the previous EXR II processor (itself an improvement on the X-Pro 1’s EXR Processor).
The EVF’s display rate of 54fps on the X-Pro 1’s is now up to 85fps when the X-Pro 2 is set to the High Performance mode, while the previously seen Electronic Rangefinder, a feature that was only introduced after the X-Pro 1, has also been thrown in here.
Thanks to 61 seals around the body, Fuji claims the camera is splash- and dust-proof, and can be used in temperatures as cold as -10oC (10oC cooler than the X-Pro 1). These include the Classic Chrome mode first seen on the X30 and X100T cameras, as well as a new black-and-white Acros option.
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