Fujifilm X-E2 Mirrorless Camera with 18-55mm Lens

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Fujifilm X-E2 Mirrorless Camera (with 18-55mm Lens) Specifications

Additional Features
Continuous Shots 7
ISO Rating ISO200 - 6400 (expandable ISO 100, 12800, 25600)
Metering Method Average metering, Multi-zone metering, Spot metering
Red Eye Correction Yes
Self Timer 10 seconds, 2 seconds
Wi-Fi 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D) 10 cm x 12.9 cm x 7.5 cm
Weight (Body Only) 299 g
Exposure
Exposure Mode Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual, Programmed Auto, Shutter Priority Compensation: -2 EV to +2 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)
Focus
Focal Length 18 - 55 mm Comparable 35 mm Focal Length: 27 - 84 mm
Focus Type Auto & Manual
Lens Auto Focus Yes
Manual Focus Single-servo AF (S), Continuous-servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M)
General
Battery Type Lithium Ion
Brand Fujifilm
Color Black
LCD Screen Size 7.62 cm (3)
Model Id X-E2
Optical Zoom 50 x
Product Code CAMFUJIFILM-X-EDIGI62813A6808094
Resolution 16.3 Megapixels
Sensor Type CMOS
Interface
Audio Recording Device Yes
Image Format JPEG
Other Connectivity Features 2.5mm Sub-mini (3-Ring), HDMI C (Mini), USB 2.0
Memory
Memory Card Type SD, SDHC, SDHC
Operating System
OS Windows: XP, Vista, 7, 8 Mac: OS X 10.6 or later
Resolution
Image Resolution 1,040,000 dots
Technical Specifications
Angle Of View 79.1° - 28.4°
Aperture Range Maximum: f/2.8 - 4 , Minimum: f/22
Image Stabilization Yes
Warranty Details
Covered In Warranty Warranty of the product is limited to only manufacturing defect on camera body & lens
Service Type Carry in
Warranty Summary 2 Years Fujifilm India Warranty
Warranty Type Possible replacement only if not repaired

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What are the in camera corrections used (around 3:17)?
Fire videos my guy
Good video
Is it worth to upgrade this one with the new 16-80mm? Thanks! Always enjoying your reviews!🐢
Hi Chris, for your first Fuji lens would you get this as a kit or go body only and get a different lens? XT4 camera.
Hi! I have a question regarding the Fuji XF 18-55mm lens. I just bought a second-hand copy of this lens and it makes a grinding noise I am not sure it is normal. When the aperture is on the smaller end (or whenever it is not on the widest aperture), the blades will instantly close up to the respective f stop when I half-press the shutter button. But when I release the shutter I can hear the blades making the noise as the aperture opens fully back up. Closing up makes a noise, but is fast and smooth, but when the blades open back up I can hear the noise but also notice a more stepped motion of the blades. Is this normal?? Thanks
Im.s begginer how do u create that slight distortion?
How was the focus breathing when you tested this lens?
I think 26mm f/5.6 is the sweet spot then, isn't it? No distortion, sharpest all around and no vingetting.
I have been shooting with XT-4 and this lens for 3 weeks now (for a review) and in my opinion this is literally the worse lens that I have ever used. I got more sharpness from cheap Chinese lenses than this. I don't know if it is just not eight for XT-4 but it is a huge disappointment for me :(
Great review, as always. Would be very interested to hear your thoughts on the 18-135.
What a fantastic, informative review by someone with such a pleasant voice. Subscribed.
xf 35mm f2 or xf 18-55mm ?
So that thing on an X T30 would be something wild
Anyone can tell me why most of the Fuji lenses no have image stabilisatin ? This is huge downside.... only this zoom lens has and few telephotos...none of the 35mm focal lenght have...
My 18-55 lens after 2 years abruptly developed a serious noise issue at ISO 320 and higher. Anyone experience this?
I recently got this lens and being fairly new to cameras, I'm confused as to what the camera hood is used for?
Will it not work with xt10?
i see it’s crowned by many as one of the best “kit” lens. I bit the bullet and got mine for a good discount , brand new. Im guessing cuz it’s no warranty and international???? Saw similar priced on ebay but they were all used. I havent had any fuji lenses on my xh-1 since i got it. Im eager to have autofocus finally and see how this kit lens holds up.
I needed help to decide, which one to buy, i am buying one of these, both comes in similar price here in Thailand : 1. Fujifilm xt20 with kit lens 18-55mm f 2.8-4 2. Fujiflim xt30 with kit lens 15-45mm f 3.5-5. Both are around 750$ i am not sure which one to buy.
Got a new subscriber today, straight forward review from a fellow Scotsman which is a nice bonus. Just sold all my Sony gear and bought an X-T3 with the 18-55, so this review was important to me. Many thanks :)
I always use a DSLR câmera but now um thinking move to mirroless. What you think about this move?
The XF 16-55mm f/2.8 also doesn't have OIS. Otherwise it would have been THE lens xD
Thank you that's really helpful) I am looking for that lens would be my first lens in my first camera XT4 and I want to do videos and photos as well. Probably will buy that one but second hand since I just spend all my money for xt4)))
thanks
which one would u recommend for video the 16-80 or the 18-55?
Would the be a good lens to get with the Fuji X-H1? I shoot a lot of landscape photography some portrait etc...
This lens is way sharper than the 16-80. I had both and returned the 16-80.
Hi. I have a question regarding the Fuji XF 18-55mm lens. I just bought a second-hand copy of this lens and it makes a grinding noise I am not sure it is normal. When the aperture is on the smaller end (or whenever it is not on the widest aperture), the blades will instantly close up to the respective f stop when I half-press the shutter button. But when I release the shutter I can hear the blades making the noise as the aperture opens fully back up. Closing up makes a noise, but is fast and smooth, but when the blades open back up I can hear the noise but also notice a more stepped motion of the blades. Is this normal?? Thanks
very good review. Thank you. But I wish we could see the video performance of this lens as well. And it would be nice if the shooting values were written on the photos. Thanks again.
Review about 18-135 Iam waiting
Its available new for around 300$ in einfinity 😇✌️
Who cares of what people want?
What's the ring after the zoom I never figured out ?
Good build but sharpness and contrast is not that great at 18mm and f2.8. Have to use f5.6 to get some ok results.
Could this lens be used for Instagram filming Liam? Would the Fujifilm 10-24 be a better option? Cheers Hamish
Great photos. Very nice samples are rare. The f 2.8 (yes 2.8) - 4 is a great all around lens and one of the great bargains in photography, right up there with the Sigma 16mm f 1.4 DC DN. 'Kit' is a poor choice of words. Fuji made extra great efforts to make this worthy of it's X camera line up and it shows. It should have been tagged with a red label. I've shot successful weddings with a less. You can see the results of the !8 - 55mm f 2.8 - 4 on my channel (X T3 60p VS 30p 4K Sample).
Superb lens. I bought mine second hand for next to nothing and I’ll never sell it. I’m using an X-T3 and I’ve paired mine with a 3rd party 11mm extension tube for macro shooting.
I needed help to decide, which one to buy, i am buying one of these, both comes in similar price here in Thailand : 1. Fujifilm xt20 with kit lens 18-55mm f 2.8-4 2. Fujiflim xt30 with kit lens 15-45mm f 3.5-5. Both are around 750$ i am not sure which one to buy.
Having already the 18-135mm which I bought in a kit with my X-T1 back in the day (because weather sealing, but the IQ was sadly not there) I rather opted for the 16-55mm f2,8. Yes, the 16-80mm f4 might be more flexible, but the 16-55mm is more suited to my needs. And no, lack of OiS is not the problem if used on the X-H1...
I purchased the x-e2s last year and it is probably my most used camera. I have newer "better" cameras but the form factor of this camera is such a pleasure to use. I shoot RAW and get great results in my editing software. Even the JPEGs are good.
Sorry for being late ,but what would you recommend, X-T1 or this one? Thank you so much
Bummer you speak so fast...You know, the ppl who mainly watch it - begginers. Not all of the ppl are ENG fluents. But thank you!
I've just got one of these so I settled in to listen. Unfortunately, you're gonna hate this Martin, but here goes. I'd say in adding the 'ever-so-slick' jazz track and choosing to speak in that artificial sounding 'he's just reading out a script' style, you've made what would otherwise have been an interesting meal into something much less palatable.
What is the difference between x-e2 and xe2s?and what will you recommend?
I final took the wonderful jump into the Fuji family,I bought the Fuji x e2 ,it will be here next week
What will u recommend, this camera or the xt10?
Instead of give a message to the company that their cameras sacks for the money they sell them, you continue to give them credits for not good video, for not touch screen, even for not rebaltable back screen in order to protect it. And its not only Fuji in this sick game. All camera manufacturers give not complete models in order to have their victims open their wallets every time a new model go out in production. Until when you will play their game?
Which one should I get? Fujifil X-E2 or Sony Alpha 6000, thanks
Which one should I get? The xa2 or the xe2 if only for pictures taking only?
Straight to the core of most of the important features. Thanks for no yadayada. Well done.
How do you change Program mode while using the Fujinon 16-50mm and 27mm, which both lens don't have "A" switch?
i have the fuji 100s is the sensor and processor in the xe1 the same and which one do you prefer. p.s. scan you tube for review yours are the best
I just bought the XE-2 used on Amazon. The first thing I did was update the firmware to the latest V3.00 and was surprised to find the wifi now provides remote control of the camera. I tried it out and it works well. See the Fujifilm video on using wifi on the XT1 for how to setup for remote control.
Maarten I truly would like some input from you, considering you have this as well as the a6000. I do love my sony, but I do feel like there are many features on it that I do not use. I was considering ditching the a6000 for this camera. I know i would be trading off the autofocus and speed, but I like how the X-e2 has physical controls apposed to fiddling through the menus to change everything. The files seem to be so much better too on the Fuji. Any thoughts? thanks! 
Nice review.  Must say I've grown a bit weary of DSLR "pros" blasting everything that doesn't measure up to their $5K full-frame rig.  Everyone has a bias, but you seem pretty adept at providing a balanced perspective.  Kudos.   I've been wavering between the X-e2 and X-t1 but I actually found all those dials a bit intimidating and that extra $500 is the cost of adding a lens to the X-e2 package.  I've also been looking at the a6000 but the sensor size, image quality, and lens set are steering me towards the Fuji.  I don't do much video so that is a non-starter for me.  (FYI, as of 12/16 Fuji released firmware 3.0 which adds most of the focusing features of the X-t1 plus the very functional remote camera app.  Think it might be time to pull the trigger)
nice review, very helpful and informational. Do you think it's a deal at $1000 for the kit? Would you prefer a Sony A6000 for that kind of price, picture quality priority over video? Thanks in advance. :)
thx for the review, but can you tell me about xe 2 battery life? some people says this camera has a wasteful battery so we have to get some more extra battery. any comments?
Thank you, Best review I have seen yet on this camera.
Thank you for this quick, but very detailed review! I really like your style. Subscribed ;)