Fujifilm XQ2 reviews and prices: Compact camera
Some customer reviews of Fujifilm XQ2Most helpful reviews
Daniel, Swindon Point & shoot
- Good points:
- Compact in size.
- Bad points:
- Camera arrived faulty. Automatic lens failure. Camera build quality I felt was poor. I was expecting a higher standard.
|Ease of use||5.0|
|Value for money||1.0|
Confirmed purchase: 10 May 2016
Brandon, Point & shoot
- Good points:
- Compact but full of features.
- Bad points:
- Reviewer left no comment
|Ease of use||9.0|
|Value for money||10.0|
Confirmed purchase: 05 Mar 2016
|Optical zoom ratio||4|
|Screen size (Inches)||3.0|
|Digital zoom ratio||4|
Also known as: XQ2Digital Cameras Buyers' Guide
The Fujifilm XQ is a pocketable premium compact featuring a bright f/1.8 lens with 4x zoom plus 3-stop optical image stabilisation – perfect for low-light photography. The super-fast 0.06 second AF performance and multi-Target Multi AF mode gives you the ultimate in focusing accuracy.
The XQ2 includes a 2/3-inch 12 megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor for superb quality images and one touch wireless transfer so you cam share them easily.
The world’s fastest 0.06 seconds AF performance
The XQ2’s high-speed AF system uses phase-detection pixels integrated into the sensor, achieving the world’s fastest AF speed of 0.06 seconds. The new Multi-Target “Multi AF” mode automatically selects up to 9 focus areas and, combined with face-detection functions, enhances precision and speed for the ultimate in focusing accuracy.
2/3-inch 12MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor
The Fujifilm XQ2 uses a 2/3-inch sensor, much larger than the 1/2.3-inch or 1/1.7-inch sensors typically found in compact cameras, and it has the same advanced design as the X-Trans CMOS II sensor used in the latest X Series models. This design has been optimised for the new 2/3-inch sensor size and achieves very high image quality that’s the equivalent of larger sensors.
Bright f/1.8 lens
The lens, with a maximum aperture of F1.8 is sharp throughout its 4x zoom range, and has a minimum working distance of just 3cm for beautiful macro photography. With 3.0-stop optical image stabilisation, sharper images can be achieved in low-light.
One touch wireless transfer and instax printer printing
The camera can transfer images to smartphones and tablets without having to set up an ID and password. Use the instax SHARE Smartphone printer for direct image printout.
Allowing you to create brilliant images without the need for lengthy post-production, users can switch between beautiful styles just as easily as choosing a roll of film. The expanded range of modes now includes CLASSIC CHROME, which was developed to meet the demands of Fujifilm X-Photographers worldwide.
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