Fujifilm refines its retro camera lineup with the X-E2 and XQ1

Fujifilm has been releasing new cameras for the past few years, and now it appears the company is ready to stop expanding and loop back to refine all those first-generation devices. It’s giving its mid-range retro-style interchangeable lens camera an upgrade with the new X-E2, the updated version of last year’s X-E1. The front of the camera has remained almost exactly the same while the back has a few subtle changes, which include an elongated LCD screen and some slight button tweaking.

Last year’s X-E1 took great pictures with its X-Trans sensor, and the new X-E2 features an updated version of the 16.3-megapixel APS-C chip with phase detection autofocus — the same as found in the X100S. The X-E2 also gets Wi-Fi support and a new EXR…

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