With two pages of menu items for button and dial settings, there’s a healthy amount of customization possible with the X-Pro2. You can swap the functions of the two command wheels, switch the direction of the focusing ring for Fujifilm’s electronically controlled manual-focus lenses, swap the autofocus and autoexposure lock buttons, and assign any of 26 different functions to one of the six custom function buttons.
If you enjoy Fujifilm’s film simulation modes, you’ll want to give the new Acros mode a try. It is meant to evoke the feel of the company’s monochrome celluloid with smooth tonal gradations, deep blacks, and detailed textures. As you can with the standard black-and-white film simulation mode, you can also simulate yellow, red, and green filters to enhance contrast, darken skies, or enhance skin tones.