Not so long ago, partnering vintage camera design with bleeding-edge digital processing was the stuff of novelty — a heady dose of retro-fit nostalgia for magpie millennials – yet today it’s a well-established category all of its own. Introduced back in 2010, Fujifilm’s X-Series has launched more than 20 such models, including the new X-T2. This flagship mirrorless marvel packs in a 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans III CMOS sensor, vastly improved electronic viewfinder, 4K video, and a respectable ISO range of 100-51,200 (even with RAW capture). The three-inch tilt display doesn’t double as a touchscreen, but then with all those beautifully-knurled analogue dials, who cares?

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