I’ve been collecting a lot of great accessories for the Fujifilm X-Pro 2 and have put together a list of what I think are some of the best.
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I’ve made a new list of the Essentials for the Fujifilm X-Pro 3.
I’ll start with all the accessories I’ve come to love, or even accept as a good product until I can get my hands on some more X-Pro 2 specific accessories.
Table Of Contents
- Camera Body & Basic Accessories
- SD Memory Cards X-Pro 2
- Body Accessories
- Camera Straps
- X-Mount Lens & Adapter
- Best Accessories For The Fujifilm X-Pro 2 Conclusion
Camera Body & Basic Accessories
Best Screen Protectors For The X-Pro 2
I really recommend you pick up a screen protector. The LCDs on Fujifilm cameras are not gorilla glass like they are one of some other DSLRs or smartphones. They can scratch easily and in fact, I have a huge scratch going across my entire screen on my XT1. Luckily that scratch is on the screen protector and not on the screen itself.
I’ve tried many screen protectors and I really have come to like Expert Shield. And if they come in matte, even better.
Expert Shield Screen Protector For The X-Pro 2 – Amazon
Best Batteries For The X-Pro 2
The X-Pro 2 uses the same batteries as the XT1, so if you already have some, you might not need more.
Wasabi (2-Pack) w/charger 1450mAh – Amazon
SD Memory Cards X-Pro 2
I have a dedicated page for memory cards. I don’t have the camera yet, but I’ll be testing which memory cards are the best for this camera as well as how to best configure the dual memory card slot with UHS-II and UHS-I cards.
You can learn more about that here: Best Memory Cards For The Fujifilm X-Pro2
If you’re feeling lazy and just want the best cards. It’s usually the Lexar UHS-II 2000x for UHS-II and the Sandisk Extreme Pro for UHS-I.
Soft Shutter Release
You can live without one of these, but they are nice. For me, they help me find the shutter button when my eye is up to the OVF, and sure, they make pressing the button a little easier.
There are a few types, generic, and nicer ones. You can also find a bunch of Etsy that come and go. I’ve even seen some made out of wood.
Neewer 10mm Diameter Red – Amazon
Lensmate – Amazon – These are nice because they don’t fall off easily like the Neewer soft shutter buttons.
I really like having a Thumb Grip on range finder style cameras. It just really helps grip the camera and gives it a more secure feel in the hand.
Lensmate is still working on the design of their thumb grip for the X-Pro 2. They make the best grip because they design each one specifically for every camera.
Lensmate Thumb Grip – Amazon
Leather Half Cases
I personally like Gariz Cases because of the tripod mount on the bottom. But if you want an all leather case, Kaza makes a great one and for a custom job, LeicaTime makes some of the best. It will be a while before we see any of these, so I’ll just mark them all as coming soon.
Gariz X-Pro 2 Half Case – Amazon
LuigisCases – LuigisCases
Fujifilm X-Pro 2 Metal Hand Grip – Adorama
Some of my favorite leather straps.
Tap and Dye – Camera Straps and Wrist Straps
HardGraft – Instant Camera Strap / Hang Camera Strap / Re-Process – I’ve been using the Re-Process on my A7rII. It’s worth looking at. I love it. They’ve introduced several new designs that you should check out.
LeicaTime Straps – Luigicases.com – The Deluxe Strap is amazing.
Gariz Leather Straps – Amazon – These are smaller and cheaper straps, nothing to write home about but definitely a good option for someone on a budget.
If you just keep your original Fuji strap, something like a C-Loop is nice for being able to quickly take it on and off. Custom SLR also has a few new nonleather straps.
C-Loop Camera Strap Mount – Amazon
There is a new C-Loop mini that might work nice with the Fuji strap.
C-Loop Mini – Amazon
X-Mount Lens & Adapter
For a massive list of all lenses for the X-Mount and the X-Pro 2 see my Fujifilm X-Mount Lens List. This thing is huge and I’ve spent a lot of time on it. It is the best Fujifilm lens list on the Internet!
Best Accessories For The Fujifilm X-Pro 2 Conclusion
As third party accessories come and go I’ll keep this list updated with all the good stuff. I’ll be owning the X-Pro 2 so for the next few years it will be one of my primary cameras that I’ll be constantly tweaking with accessories.