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Feature 3Expressive X Series color reproduction

Film Simulation modes developed from over 80 years of photographic expertise and research

Fujifilm has a unique heritage in the development of specialist photographic films, and this passionate philosophy toward color reproduction has culminated in the X Series' Film Simulation modes. With these creative settings, you can enjoy rich colors and superb tonality as if choosing specialty films. The newly-introduced "CLASSIC CHROME" mode adds deep colors and rich shades distinctive of documentary images, providing more creative expression than ever before.


The expanded range of modes now includes CLASSIC CHROME, which was developed to meet the demands of Fujifilm
X-Photographers worldwide.






Large 2/3-inch X-Trans CMOS II Sensor

Featuring Fujifilm's bespoke pixel array, the FUJIFILM XQ2 captures high quality images with its large 2/3-inch X-Trans CMOS II sensor. And you'll be able to enjoy high-speed continuous photography and Full HD movie shooting thanks to the high performance CMOS element of the sensor.

  • 1: 2/3-inch 12MP X-Trans CMOS II Sensor
  • 2: 1/1.7-inch Image Sensor
  • 3: 1/2.3-inch Image Sensor

OLPF-less architecture and 2/3-inch 12MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor processing capture your world with crystal clarity.

Originally developed by Fujifilm for the FUJIFILM XQ2, the 2/3-inch X-Trans CMOS II sensor inherits the same architecture and features of the high performance sensor found in the acclaimed FUJIFILM X-Pro1 flagship model. Adoption of BSI (backside illumination) technology enables the successful incorporation of phase detection pixels into the array without affecting sensitivity performance- the key to FUJIFILM XQ2's high-speed AF.

  • 1: Microlenses
  • 2: X-Trans Color Filter
  • 3: L/R Light Interception Filter
  • 4: Phase Detection Sensor / Green Filter Pixel
  • 5: Photodiode

Advanced technology and processing help transfer the power of the lens into true-to-life photos.

X-Trans CMOS II adopts an original color filter array with a highly random pattern, eliminating the need for an optical low-pass filter (OLPF), which is used in conventional systems to inhibit moiré at the expense of resolution. This lets the sensor directly capture the high resolution performance of the FUJIFILM XQ2 lens. Also exploiting the enhanced performance of the EXR Processor II, Lens Modulation Optimizer (LMO) factors are calculated to compensate for aberrations and diffraction blur that occur when light passes through the lens and then are applied to produce images with amazing sharpness.

  • Conventional Digital Camera
  • Sensor (OLPF less) / Processor (LMO Processing)


  • · Sample photos are simulated images.