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Looks similar

The camera has a very similar design to the X-T1, though there are a few important differences.

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Fujifilm gets serious about video

To highlight its 4K support, Fujifilm shows off the X-T2 kitted out for serious recording.

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Advantage: ILC

Like most mirrorless interchangeable-lens models their size is a lot more suited to handheld shooting when professionally equipped than dSLRs.

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Flip-out display

One of the X-T2's unique features is the display, which can tilt up and down when flipped out to the right.

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Dual card slots

The camera now supports two SD cards.

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Information display

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Connectors

The camera gets an update to USB 3 -- essential for dealing with 4K video -- and a mic input.

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4K frame rates

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Wireless flash options

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Autofocus points cover most of the scene.

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Continuous-autofocus settings

To go with its updated autofocus system, Fujifilm provides a lot more control over the settings.

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Same top controls

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Drive modes

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Movie mode as a drive mode

The camera doesn't have a direct-record control anymore; instead, you have to be in the movie drive mode.

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Back controls

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Grip size

You can also see the optional battery grip.

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Boost

The optional battery grip can provide higher continuous-shooting frame rates via the Boost switch.

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