Fujifilm X-T2 in Black and White
The size of the camera is slightly bigger than the X-T1 all around. I only really managed to see the size difference once I had the two side-by-side. In my hand it felt very familiar.
The tilt screen has a new angle to it. It now tilts to the right, which wasn't something I found a use for. A friend suggested it might be handy when shooting over-head or ground-level shots in portrait.
The dials are bigger and will work better with your hands in gloves. They felt a lot easier to switch and turn and use.
The ISO and Shutter dials now have a toggle to lock the dial from moving. I did at first bump them, but once I remembered to lock them, it was all good from there. You can leave it unlocked and don't have to hold the lock down to move the dial, which I'm really happy with.
Wifi button is now a Fn button can be either Wifi, or whatever you wish to define it as.
Movie mode has been moved to the drive dial, and now the shutter button will stop and start the video.
The eyecup is bigger and I found it better, especially with my glasses.
Due to the increase in size of the body and new design of the thumb grip, I did find that access to the AF-L button was better.
Only noticed the difference when I went back to the X-T1, but the EVF is a bit bigger.
Grip area was originally covered with rubber and has now been replaced with a plastic-like covering (not sure what exactly it is made of) that should not wear as badly as the rubber.
I found the new menu system a lot friendlier to use and easier in finding things. There seems to be better structure to it.
Focus Assist has been removed and the Q-button is now where it used to be.
Autofocus can now be moved with a joystick (I love this!). This allow one to set the D-Pad to a list of other functions.