Several months after Fujifilm released X-T2, the Japanese company decided to launch a graphite silver version of their flagship APS-C mirrorless camera. This move makes sense, because the silver version of X-T1 has been surprisingly popular among the customers. The Fuji X-T2 Graphite Silver camera will come with a matching leather strap, aluminum hot shoe cover and matching EF-X8 hot-shoe mount flash.
“The X-T2 Graphite Silver Edition is treated with a multi-layer coating that is triple baked to produce an elegant and tactile finish. The first layer is a matte black undercoat, applied to the magnesium top cover. This undercoat delivers deeper blacks in shadow areas to make highlights stand out. The second layer uses Thin-film Multilayer Coating Technology, to apply graphite silver for an incredibly smooth finish with a luxurious shine. The third layer is a clear varnish for a glossy finish,” Fuji explains in their press release.
In addition to the graphite silver X-T2, Fuji will also release a Graphite X-Pro2. Both cameras are available for preorder via B&H, but there’s no indication of the release date at the moment.