With only minor improvements over its predecessor X-E1 the Fuji X-E2 isn't a must-upgrade for current owners -- but it's still a good camera for those who just love taking photos. Unsurprisingly, the X-E2 has the classic styling associated with Fuji cameras and Pocket-Lint calls it "an awesome looking, retro-style physique." Photography Blog complimented the control layout as well, saying what really "excels is its handling." This all results in an engaging photo experience that allows you to snap photos of "excellent" quality, according to CNET. Unfortunately, the X-E2 isn't the greatest for capturing video, but that doesn't make it a bad camera; it just means it's not a catchall. If you're looking for something that makes your photo capturing experience fun and engaging while still delivering top notch quality, look no further than the X-E2.
How It Stacks Up
Fujifilm's GFX 50S pairs a huge sensor with a DSLR-like body
The new medium-format mirrorless camera shows a lot of promise.
Fujifilm's GFX 50S medium-format mirrorless camera costs $6,500
That massive 51.4-megapixel sensor can be yours next month.