Continuing the success of the X-E1 digital camera, Fujifilm presents X-E2 with increasing range. Improvements have been made by Fujifilm includes a number of fixes to answer a wide range of feedback from customers on the X-E1. Fujifilm X-E2 using the new sensor and processor, “X-Trans CMOS II ‘and’ EXR Processor II ‘, replacing the X-Trans CMOS and EXR Processor Pro is used by Fujifilm X-E1. Although still 16.3 million pixels, a combination of both along with Lens Modulation Optimizer technology (technology that can reduce the effects of lens imperfections) presented by Fujifilm is able to deliver better image quality and faster auto focus. In fact, Fujifilm claims that the X-E2 has the world’s fastest auto focus digital camera with a large sensor. Fast auto focus is achieved thanks to the phase detection system contained in the sensor.
Talk about auto focus, Fujifilm X-E2 also has new capabilities in terms of following the moving object. Fujifilm X-E2 can take sharp images of moving objects since the focus right, including when doing the photo shoot continuously. In addition, the Fujifilm X-E2 has been equipped with peaking focus highlights. This new capability is one of the answers to the Fujifilm X-E1 user suggestions.
In addition to auto focus for moving subjects, Fujifilm X-E2 also offers repairs on the screen and the EVF (Electronic viewfinder). This new screen has a higher resolution (1020k pixels vs. 460k pixels) and the size and aspect ratio are slightly different (3 “3: 2 vs 2.8” 4: 3). He also uses tempered glass that is more scratch resistant. For the EVF, newer variants on Fujifilm X-E2 is capable of displaying images more smoothly in dim conditions (50fps vs 20fps).
Along with the X-E2, Fujifilm also announced the official attendance XQ1. Unlike the Fujifilm X-E2 is a compact system camera, or mirrorless with a lens that can be exchanged, XQ1 is a compact camera that is smaller. Premium compact camera from Fujifilm is also using the ‘X-Trans CMOS II’ and ‘EXR Processor II’ along Modulation Optimizer Lens technology, but the sensor has a smaller size (2/3 inch vs APS-C) and lower resolution (12 million pixels vs. 16.3 million pixels) than the Fujifilm X-E2. For the lens, using lenses from 6.4 to 25.6 mm f / 1.8 to 4.9. Besides easy to carry because of its small size (100 x 58.5 x 33.3 mm), its use is easy via the Control Ring. You simply rotate the Control ring located on the lens to set the mode, speed, aperture, and various other things.
- First, Press the [MENU/OK] button
- Then, Press the [</ dial left] button to highlight the tab
- Next, Press the [V/ dial down] button to highlight the “wrench icon”
- Press the [>/ dial right] button to place the cursor in the setup menu.
- Highlight “RESET” and press the [>/ dial right] button
- When a confirmation dialog appears, press the [V/ dial down] button to select “OK”
- Finally press [MENU/OK] button
Warning! This operation will cause reset shooting or setup menu option to default values. Be sure that you want to do this. Read also “Return a Fujifilm FinePix S9400W to its Default Settings” and another user guides. Hopefully the article of How do I reset the Fujifilm X-E2 or Fujifilm XQ1? useful for you.
Reference: Fujifilm X series manual