Fujifilm today unveiled the new X-E2S, a premium rangefinder-style mirrorless camera that sits on a tier under the new X-Pro2.
The camera packs a 16.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor and a maximum ISO of 51200.
There’s a Real-Time Viewfinder with a 0.62X magnification and an electronic viewfinder with a lag time of 0.005 seconds — the world’s shortest display lag, according to Fujifilm.
The autofocus system has been enhanced compared to the camera’s predecessor, the X-E2, and it features a 49-point Single Point mode and 77-point Zone and Wide/Tracking modes. The system allows for focus speeds of up to 0.06 seconds.
Other specs and features include an improved grip, 0.5s startup, 0.05s shutter lag, 0.5s shooting interval, a scratch-resistant 3-inch LCD screen with 1.04M dots, a silent electronic shutter, Classic Chrome film simulation, a built-in intervalometer, 2 command dials and 7 function buttons, an Auto Mode Switch for instantly shooting in advanced auto mode, a pop-up flash, and 1080p video recording at 60fps.
Here are a few sample photos captured with the camera: