Fujifilm has released firmware v2.0 for the Fuji X-Pro2, bringing many tweaks ( 20 in fact) & bug fixes to the company’s flagship APS-C mirrorless camera.
Chief among the changes is an increase in the number of focus points to 325, as well as improved phase detection autofocus accuracy via the X-T2’s AF algorithm.
There’s improved AF tracking in Continuous L burst rate shooting in AF-C mode plus the addition of support for the EF-X500 shoe mount flash.
Helpfully there are new 15/30 second and 1 minute time options for ‘Auto Power Off,’ plus improved optical image stabilization when using the electronic shutter.
All in all a very useful and comprehensive firmware update a typical Fuji overhaul which is one reason the company enjoys a growing loyal following.
Mark Baynham (October 2016)