X Series

FUJIFILM X-E2

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Creativity and Full HD Movie

Use the “DRIVE” button to switch to the photography modes you use often.

You can smoothly change to the following settings using the DRIVE button.

  • Recording High-Definition (HD) Movies
  • Bracketing
    -AE Bracketing
    -ISO Bracketing
    -Film Simulation Bracketing
    -Dynamic Range Bracketing
  • Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode)
  • Panorama
  • Multiple Exposure
  • Advanced Filters

FILM SIMULATION - Explore the Nuances of Colour.

Choose your own image style with Film Simulation Modes and recreate FUJIFILM's unique film heritage. Select from one of 10 variations: Velvia for vivid colours; ASTIA for smooth tone reproduction; PROVIA offers natural colour quality; soft Pro Neg.Std and sharp Pro Neg.Hi are perfect for portraits; Sepia is good for historic scenes; and, black and white has three different filter effects for added creativity.

PROVIA/STANDARD

Velvia/VIVID

ASTIA/SOFT

MONOCHROME

SEPIA

<Film Simulation mode>
  • PROVIA / STANDARD
  • Velvia / VIVID
  • ASTIA / SOFT
  • MONOCHROME (+Ye / R / G FILTER)
  • SEPIA
  • PRO Neg.Std
  • PRO Neg.Hi

Full HD Movie

Full HD Movies with Cinema-like Image Quality

Shoot Full HD 1080p movies (1920 x 1080) at 60 fps / 30 fps, for smoother capture of the action in full high definition. In addition to using Monochrome or other Film Simulation modes to enhance your artistic expression, you can take full advantage of the combination of FUJIFILM X-E2's large sensor and bright XF / XC lenses to capture movies with a large and beautiful defocused “bokeh” background. Connect a stereo microphone (sold separately) to the microphone connector to record audio with enhanced clarity and presence.

Film Simulation modes for Movie shooting
PROVIA

True-to-life natural tonality and colour reproduction.

Velvia

Shoot Full HD Movies in the vibrant colours of Velvia.

MONOCHROME

Capture the action in richly expressive monochrome tones.

Microphone connector

The X-E2 is equipped with a microphone connector. Connect a stereo microphone (sold separately) to record audio with enhanced clarity and presence.

MIC LEVEL ADJUSTMENT

Adjust the microphone volume level (4 settings) while watching the level meter for optimum audio recording to prevent either loss or distortion.

White Balance Setting

Kelvin temperature setting is also available for detailed correction to match the colour temperature of the shooting location. Fine tune white balance to capture natural skin colour or express your creativity.

  • * Above images are for illustrative purposes only.

Powerful Built-in Auto Bracketing Functions

Empowering you with a choice of 4 different auto bracketing functions (AE, ISO Sensitivity, Dynamic Range and Film Simulation), the FUJIFILM X-E2 lets you experience the wide world of photographic expression.

Dynamic Range Bracketing

Capture 3 exposures of the same scene with high-speed continuous shooting, each at a different dynamic range setting (100%, 200% and 400%).

(Left) 100% (Center) 200% (Right) 400%
  • 100%
  • 200%
  • 400%

Film Simulation Bracketing

Release the shutter once and produce 3 images of the scene based on a single exposure, each image with a different Film Simulation effect that you have selected and preset.

(Left) PROVIA(Center) Velvia (Right) ASTIA
  • PROVIA
  • Velvia
  • ASTIA

AE Bracketing

One press of the shutter captures 3 shots of the same scene at different exposures. AE bracketing can be set in 1/3, 2/3 or 1 EV steps.

ISO Sensitivity Bracketing

Based on a single exposure, the scene is automatically reproduced as 3 images, each with a different ISO sensitivity and without changing the shutter speed and aperture, letting you capture the moment with varying degrees of brightness. Setting is possible in 1/3, 2/3 or 1 EV steps.

Motion Panorama

Capture Panorama Shots and Show Them in Stunning Large-size Prints

Sweep the camera across the scene and the FUJIFILM X-E2 captures multiple images then seamlessly stitches them together to form a single panorama photo. Even when enlarged to a tabloid-size print, there is virtually no loss of resolution. Holding the camera horizontally or vertically, Motion Panorama lets you shoot the scene with an “M” or “L” angle of view.

  • * The photographed angle of view will vary depending on the mounted lens.

MULTIPLE EXPOSURE - Rediscover the art of double exposure photography.

Select Multiple Exposure mode and take the first shot then frame and shoot the second exposure while viewing the first image in the LCD monitor. This lets you precisely position and focus the second shot and preview how the finished Multiple Exposure image will look so you can make creative adjustments like zooming in closer.

[Left]1st shot [center]At the time of the 2st shot [right]Photographing result
  • 1st shot
  • 2nd shot
  • Multiple Exposure result

Save Custom Settings

Create, save and instantly recall up to 7 sets of user-defined settings covering all parameters from ISO sensitivity to white balance.

High Performance LCD Monitor

The 3.0-inch, 1,040K-dot LCD monitor

With the X-E2’s bright 3.0” 1040K-dot LCD, the displayed image is easy to see, even in dark scenes. Adoption of special reinforced glass not only protects the screen from scratches, but also reduces reflections for improved viewing.

Shooting Information Display

The large display of numerical data and icons lets you know the state of camera settings at a glance. Check the key shooting data without stress or hassle, leaving you free to concentrate on framing the shot in the viewfinder.

Electronic Level

When composing a shot in the spacious LCD, the built-in electronic level display makes it easy to align the image with the true horizon.

Framing Guideline

The “FRAMING GUIDELINE” option in the shooting menu offers a choice of GRID 9, GRID 24 and HD FRAMING. The “grid” options are a very effective aid to composition when framing photographs with the subjects arranged along a diagonal.

Swift Menu Page Selection and Scroll-free Navigation Within Each Page

In the Shooting and Playback menu, functions are organized into tabbed single-page screens for fast selection and setting. Just select a tab and find the item in the displayed list without scrolling.

  1. 1. Shooting menu (5 pages)
  2. 2. Set-Up menu (3 pages)
  3. 3. PlayBack menu (3 pages)
  4. 4. Set-Up menu (3 pages)

Q (Quick Menu) Button

Fast Shortcut to Shooting Menu Settings

Skip directly to frequently used shooting menus with the Q (Quick Menu) button. ISO sensitivity setting, White Balance, Film Simulation and other frequently used shooting settings are displayed in a list. Just use the 4-way controller to select the item and the command dial to change settings for speedy operation while shooting.

In-camera RAW Converter

The built-in RAW data converter lets you view results in the field without first transferring the data to a PC. This easy-to-use feature not only takes into account exposure compensation, white balance and other in-camera image quality settings, but also lets you apply Film Simulation modes.

Special FUJIFILM X-E2 RAW Conversion Software Included

For the management, viewing and converting of RAW image data on your PC, you will find SILKYPIX® viewer and RAW conversion software included. The special FUJIFILM X-E2 version of this software ensures versatility and ease of use, plus movie playback functionality.

White Balance Setting

Colour Temperature (Kelvin Value) Setting

Compensate for the colour of different light sources with a choice of 9 white balance presets in addition to Auto White Balance. You can also make custom white balance settings using a gray card or other surface, or by selecting the optimum colour temperature (Kelvin value).

Precise White Balance Setting

Fine tune white balance by adjusting R (red) ⇔ Cy (cyan) and B (blue) ⇔ Ye (yellow) in ±9 steps. You can make adjustments and confirm their effect on the actual image during shooting. It is ideal for accurate correction of white balance or to explore the creative effects that can be achieved with filters.

ISO100 - 25600 Sensitivity Setting Range

Expand the normal sensitivity range from ISO200 - 6400 to ISO100, 12800 or even ISO25600. In dynamic lighting conditions, you can now set a sensitivity ceiling within the range of ISO400 - 6400 and keep the camera on ISO Auto.

  • Exceptionally low noise even at high sensitivity.

Image Quality Control

Colour, Tone and Sharpness Adjustment

Fine-tune image quality with “COLOUR” for colour saturation adjustment, “HIGHLIGHT TONE” and “SHADOW TONE” for tweaking contrast in highlights and shadows, and “SHARPNESS” to stress or soften image outlines. With this built-in detailed image quality control, you can produce an image that precisely matches your creative objectives.

2 Colour Space Types

Select either sRGB for a standard range of colour reproduction on general displays or Adobe RGB® for its broader colour rendition depending on how you intend to print and use the image.

Noise Reduction Control

Choose from 5 different levels of noise reduction depending on whether your priority is the crispness of resolution or keeping noise reduction to a minimum. Explore the capability to tune sensitivity-related textural quality when shooting high-sensitivity scenes.

From SLEEP to ON in 0.5 seconds

After turning OFF the power, the FUJIFILM X-E2 enters a “sleep” mode (for a maximum of 24 minutes). If the power is turned ON during this time, the camera “wakes up” instantly, reducing the normal startup time from 0.92 seconds to approximately 0.5 seconds, ready for you to frame and capture the moment.

Exposure Control

Easy-to-use AE/AF Lock Button

Lock both exposure and focus for the subject by touching the special AE/AF Lock button conveniently placed in the upper area of the rear control panel.

Selectable Metering Modes

Swiftly select the best metering for your shot: “MULTI” for accurate response to a variety of lighting conditions; “SPOT” for precise reading of approximately 2% of the viewfinder area in the centre of the screen; and, “AVERAGE” for an average exposure setting for the entire scene.

Note

  • · Sample photos are simulated images.