Fujifilm’s X-T2 is what everyone in the photography world is talking about this week. The $1,600 mirrorless camera is loaded with new tech, from a stunning 24-megapixel sensor to 4K Ultra High Definition video. But one of the most improved aspects of the camera is the new autofocus system, which promises more accurate and faster performance in continuous mode. YouTube photography duo John & Jeong set out to see just how well the new system works by pitting it against Nikon’s full-frame D810 at a horse race.
If this seems like a rather odd comparison, well, that’s because it is. The X-T2 and D810 aren’t exactly direct competitors, and neither is designed specifically for action photography. Still, it makes for some very interesting conclusions about both the benefits and detriments of Fujifilm’s latest mirrorless powerhouse.
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