- Advanced Rangefinder design
- X-Trans™* CMOS II sensor & EXR Processor II
- New Full Auto mode
- New AF Zone and Wide/Tracking modes
- Real Time Viewfinder
- 3.0-inch 1,040K-dot LCD
- Compact and lightweight body
Engage with your subject and capture pictures your way
Sense the detail, mood and atmosphere of your scene
The rangefinder design allows you to capture the moment as it happens while viewing your subject in perfect detail through the viewfinder.
From the X-E2 to the X-E2S - the evolution.
From Film Simulation to improved performance and faster autofocus - the new features on the FUJIFILM X-E2S enable you to capture your vision in as true-to-life a way as possible.
A new chapter in rangefinder design.
Film Simulation modes - Just like choosing a photographic film capture your pictures with unique Fujifilm colours
Colour reproduction technology perfected through over 80 years of colour film development research, responding to the requests of professional photographers.
In addition to the standard PROVIA, the brilliant colours of Velvia, and the muted tones of ASTIA, the user can select from 11 different types, including PRO Neg.Std and PRO Neg.Hi for skin tones and Classic Chrome for a vintage look.
Our commitment to image quality not only improves lens resolution, but also takes detail to a higher level.
New AF system for capturing moving subjects
The new AF system in the FUJIFILM X-E2S adds the new Zone and Wide/Tracking options to the existing Single Point mode to focus on one of 49 points for fast and precise focusing The new modes offer a vastly improved focusing performance on moving subjects across the 77-point AF area.
Real-Time Viewfinder in a rangefinder-style model
The 2.36 million-dot organic EL display and dedicated viewfinder lens enables the FUJIFILM X-E2S to offer a display magnification of 0.62x*** with a clear and high-definition viewfinder screen. In addition, the world's shortest display time lag of just 0.005 seconds*4 ensures photographers can capture every shooting opportunity while looking at the live view through the viewfinder.