The Verge shows us how Fujifilm makes the X-Pro2 and camera lenses in Japan:
I didn’t really know how they were put together. The answer, it turns out, is that they’re not assembled by robots, but by actual humans with a lot of work and care.
A fascinating photo essay.
ephotozine tells about the Fujifilm X-Pro 2 Design, Prototypes, and Manufacture, another view of the manufacturing and also the evolution of the physical design of the prototypes, showing different tests on the controls layout. They also follow up with their own Fujifilm X-Pro 2 First Impressions Review which is not very optimistic on the battery life.
Marius Masalar Fujifilm X-Pro2 review, based on a pre-production model with more close up picture of the body:
Iâ€™ve been waiting for the camera that takes everything I love about the X100T and expands the shooting envelope enough to make it viable for work as well as pleasure. I guess I shouldnâ€™t be surprised that itâ€™s Fuji who ultimately delivered it in the form of the X-Pro 2.
After reading that, the X-Pro2 is even more tempting than before.