Six people reckoned that it was compact. Pocket Lint wrote “Impressive autofocus for a compact system camera (including continuous AF”. Expert review site Techgoondu.com mentioned “It has been some time since Fujifilm, on the back of the success of the X100 professional compact camera, launched its first APS-C X-Tran sensor mirrorless system” in their review of this digital camera. Alphr.com said in their review of the Fujifilm X-Pro2 “I've long been impressed with Fujifilm's X-series compact system cameras”.
Five people concluded that this digital camera was a good body shape. Digital-Photography-School.com wrote in their review of this digital camera last year “Compacte mooi ontworpen retro body, stofen spatwaterbestendig, hybride optische en elektronische zoeker, snelle autofocus” and gave the product a rating of 80 out of 100. Dpreview.com mentioned “The Pro2 is based around a 24MP APS-C sensor and a host of feature improvements in a body that very closely resembles that of its pr”. Dpreview.com also mentioned “The Pro2 now sports a 24MP APS-C sensor and a host of feature improvements in a body that very closely resembles that of its predece” in their review.
Two customers said in their reviews that it was good structurally. Expert review site Photoreview.com.au wrote last year “The X-Pro2 gives Fujifilm a new flagship model that will be welcomed by photographers who appreciate the company's nouveau-retro body design, solid construction and traditional controls”.
Two people wrote that it was heavy and bulky. Expert website Netguide.co.nz mentioned “My question is this; how good is it?Look and FeelThe X-Pro2 features a chunky retro look that belies a ton of sophistication within”. Expertreviews.co.uk said in their review of this digital camera on expert website Expert Reviews “At first glance the X-Pro2 and X-Pro1 are very similar, with the same chunky rangefinder styling, rock solid magnesium alloy build” and scored this digital camera 4 stars out of 5.
One owner who reviewed this digital camera reckoned that it was thin. Expert website Pcmag.com wrote last year “The Fujifilm X-Pro2 puts an optical viewfinder in a slim mirrorless design, making it one of the most fun—and capable—cameras on the market”.