You can still find it in other stores, for example the silver version is still available at Focuscamera, but the inevitable is happening: as the X-T2 is no longer in production, the stock is now clearing out.
So we have to say goodby, to one of Fujifilm’s most legendary and important digital cameras, the Fujifilm X-T2.
Some of you might remember, how the New York Times reported here that Fujifilm sold only 700,000 cameras in the first 2 years of its existence.
X100, X-Pro1, X-E1, X10 and other cameras could never really go mainstream.
However, things changed starting from January 2014, with the Fujifilm X-T1. It was a big hit, and the Fujifilm X-T2 even topped its sales, becoming Fuji’s most successful X series camera ever.
The X-T line is what keeps the X series alive, and currently the Fujifilm X-T3 is going even better than any of its predecessors.
- Fujifilm manager says here: X-T3 sales are 40% better than X-T2 sales
- Fujifilm manager says here: X-T3 sales are on fire
So, ode to the glorious Fujifilm X-T2. May the success of this line continue for many more years to come.
Rumors and Discussions
- Fujifilm GFX User Group
- Fujifilm X-T User Group
- Fujifilm X-H User Group
- Fujifilm X-E User Group
- Fujifilm X-Pro User Group
- Fujifilm X100 line Group
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