The Fujifilm X-E2S is a rangefinder-style mirrorless camera, released in 2016, that’s cut from the same cloth as Fuji’s way-more-expensive X-Pro2. It doesn’t have the hybrid viewfinder of the X-Pro2, but the X-E2S still has a high-res electronic viewfinder and it’s still an excellent compact travel camera. It has a 16-megapixel X-Trans sensor, 77-point autofocus system and an endearing retro look.
Normally, the X-E2S with an 18-55mm (F2.8-4) lens goes for around $1,000, but it’s on sale on Amazon and Adorama for $680 — that’s the $320 off and the best deal we’ve ever seen the X-E2S going for. The camera is available in black and silver models on Adorama.
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