Excerpt: I spent maybe an hour in B&H talking to a few different specialists(and photographer customers) before deciding on this camera. I love the camera- it feels great in your hands and, as someone who used to love shooting film, has a view finder which gives me that nostalgic feeling. The camera is light enough to carry around and has a lot less bulk than the standard DSLRs that everyone seems to have these days.
Excerpt: The only problem I have with this rig is getting my head around the fact that it produces better quality pictures than my Nikon D7000 or D7100. I know that's somewhat of an opinion. But the fact remains that the images are sharper around the edges (when zoomed in on the screen), colors are more naturally vibrant even when set to standard setting let alone velvia options.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: Bought this camera for it's sensor size and compact, lightweight design. Having been an owner of a couple of Fuji Pro S series cameras, as well as other Fuji Professional imaging equipment, I have always found their products to be very well designed and constructed with some of the best materials. This camera is no different. Materials, workmanship and electronics are top-notch, the EVF has very little lag as does the shutter release response time.
Pros: Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I held off for quite a while before taking the plunge into the mirrorless market. But I wanted a light, carry-everywhere camera to complement my Nikon D800E—something more capable if less portable than a pocketable point-and-shoot—and it appeared from the reviews that the X E2 was a good fit for my purposes. It was the right choice. While the X-E2's low light performance and resolution are obviously no match for the D800E's, it competes well in several other respects.
Pros: Good in Low Light, Great colors, Outstanding Kit Lens, Small / Compact
Excerpt: This camera is just a ton of fun. Cross-graded to mirrorless from DSLR (Canon 60D and a bag full of lenses) in a last ditch effort to save my hobby from irrelevance due to "good enough" syndrome (i.e., "it's a lot of weight to carry around my DSLR...I have to switch bags all the time between work and shooting, or carry one giant bag everywhere...I'd rather be opportunistic in my shooting than forced/planned all the time...well, I guess my iPhone is good enough").
Pros: Attention-getter, Easy to Use, Fun, Good in Low Light, Good-lookin', Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Cons: Frame Rate Lag In Evf, Not The Fastest Autofocus, Short Battery Life
Excerpt: I bought the X-E2 as a way back to photography. I haven't used a "real" camera in a long time, so I was nervous. So nervous I read the user's manual twice (!) before using the camera. I didn't need to be nervous after all--using this camera is natural and comfortable. It's user-friendly, and everything is logical. I need versatility because I take outdoor shots but also want the ease of taking shots of my energetic and lightning-quick grandchildren.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: The camera is good but there is a dent on the rear glass of 18-55 kit lens!!I contacted FujiUSA and they don't care about this (because they ask customers to contact them first, but obviously its just a JOKE), TERRIBLE!!Bad quality control!!
Pros: Easy to Use, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Small / Compact