Fujifilm X-E2

  • Fujifilm X-E2
87
Based on 37 scores, 69 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    23
  • Good:
    14
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Impressive kit lens.
  • Solid build and premium finish.
  • Great performance.

Cons:

  • It's still not terribly fast, especially for action.
  • The feature set remains relatively average.

Expert reviews and ratings

By PCMag on 80

The Fujifilm X-E2 adds Wi-Fi and improves upon the X-E1's video capabilities, but it can't keep up with our Editors' Choice in focus or burst shooting speed.

By Macworld on 100

The X-E2 is a camera that will please the avid photographer, with its throwback-yet-modern design and stellar image...

By T3 Magazine on 80

In succeeding the Fujifilm X-E1 with a few performance tweaks, the new 16.3-megapixel Fujifilm X-E2 comes across like a Fujifilm X-A1 on steroids, minus that cheaper model's tilting touch screen.Instead we get a chunkier, slightly more robust...

By DigitalCameraReview on 90

Since the beginning of the digital imaging revolution the world of photography has changed radically and even more changes are on the horizon. MILC models will continue to steal market share from DSLRs and sometime in the near future I predict that...

By Digital Trends on 85

We're fans of the X-series, even with the flaws noted here. Colors and white balance are very accurate, with a richness, tone, and depth that are quite impressive. Fujifilm wants a premium price for its better models and we can't begrudge the company...

By Tom's Guide on

The X-E2 produces good-quality images, but no better than cheaper rivals do. While the camera looks nice, it's rather difficult to use. Fujifilm continues its line of retro-nostalgic mirrorless cameras with the X-E2 ($1,350, with 18-55mm...

By Macworld UK on 100

Improvements over the earlier X-E1 seem to be largely performance based, and come down to enhanced speed and accuracy – Fuji hasn't thrown the baby out with the bathwater. That said, if you're considering spending this amount then we'd also recommend...

By reviewed.com on 93

If you've been a fan of Fujifilm's rangefinder-style mirrorless offerings, but you've held off for whatever reason, your time has come. There's no one glaring reason we can point to that might kill the experience for still photography enthusiasts.That...

By The Gadgeteer on

I love a good bowl of cereal. It gives me the opportunity to put my favorite beverage, milk, into it. I also love my digital photography. I've been shooting with a Canon 5D Mark III full-frame camera for the last year and a half and I have to tell you,...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Sumptuous design, gorgeous photos - a true photographer's...

By Digital Photography Review on 80

The X-E2 is a highly capable enthusiast-focused camera capable of producing excellent images. Direct control dials and plenty of customization make for an engaging shooting experience, and its output is impressive. Wi-Fi and in-camera Raw conversion make...

By TrustedReviews on 80

The X-E2 doesn't succeed in every area, failing to match competing models in terms of AF speed and Wi-fi performance. However, if you're looking for a retro rangefinder-type CSC that delivers in terms of design and image quality, the X-E2 is a pleasure to use and one of the best on the market.

By Macworld Australia on 90

Mirrorless cameras are rapidly becoming the most popular form of photography today, and for good reason. They are positioned halfway between a compact and a DSLR, and not only do you find people stepping up to them from their point-and-shoots, but...

By Sydney Morning Herald on

Cameras Digital Life News Technology News DateFebruary 6, 2014 (0) Read later This 16.3-megapixel mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera has an APS-C-size sensor with the low-pass filter removed to improve sharpness. There is a 75mm LCD,...

By brisbanetimes.com.au on

Our pal N, a fastidious photographer whose work includes photographing concerts, is buying the X-E2. He is a Nikon man from way back but is prepared to get into a new system, even though there are only a few lenses and they are expensive, because of the...

By DPexpert on

REVIEW—FUJIFILM X-E2] by terry on 5 February 2014 Price: $1680 street price inc 18—55mm lens Super high ISO performer THE LOW-DOWN: This 16.3 megapixel mirrorless interchangeable lens camera has an APS-C size sensor with the low-pass filter removed...

By The Imaging Resource on

Both cameras -- old model and new -- feature mechanical Shutter Speed and Exposure Compensation dials, but the X-E2 increases the range to ±3 EV. The X-E2 also allows photographers to customize the settings of four different buttons on the top and back...

By Amateur Photographer on 85

The Fujifilm X-E2 is very well equipped for the enthusiast photographer at whom it is targeted and, in many ways, its the camera we wish the X-E1 had been. Fujifilm has addressed the concerns many had with the earlier model, like the ageing 2.8in....

By Pocket-lint on 90

The Fujifilm X-E2 gets plenty right. Although, ultimately, it's a subtle upgrade compared to its predecessor. If you're after a CSC that's all about image quality then look little further. We also love the hands-on layout of the build, and...

By DigitalVersus on 80

The new X-Trans CMOS II sensor, onboard Wi-Fi and slightly reworked controls make the Fujifilm X-E2 a nice update of the X-E1, even though it doesn't bring any radical changes. It remains an expert's interchangeable lens compact that takes excellent...