X-Pro 2 is one the most expensive of the lineup. Priced as high as Rs 1,47,999, this mirror-less interchangeable lens camera has a 24.3MP APS -C sensor, an X Processor Pro image processor, PDAF, a hybrid viewfinder system, and a weather-resistant body. It sports an ISO range of 200 to 12800, a shutter speed of 1/8000 seconds, and 8fps burst shooting.
The Fujifilm X-E2S is priced at Rs 61,999 and comes with a 16MP APS-C sensor, an ISO range of 200-6400, RAW format support, and full HD video recording at 60fps. It has the rangefinder-type design of the X-E2 but has an enhanced grip, user interface, and electronic shutter.
X70 features the smaller and lighter APS-C sensor. Considered the best option for street photography, the camera carries a price tag of Rs 61,999. It also sports an 18.5mm wide-angle fixed lens, a 16.3MP sensor, and a 3-inch touchscreen display.
The company also announced the X-T10, launched initially in May 2015, priced at Rs 1,15,999 in India. It has new dials,interchangeable lenses, and a tilting 3-inch LCD display with a 16.3MP sensor. X-A2 costs Rs 48,499 and comes with an LCD screen which can be flipped backwards, enabling users to capture selfies easily.
X-100T, first announced in September 2014, is now available in India at Rs 1,15,999. The camera comes with a 23mm fixed-lens with an f/2 aperture. It sports a hybrid viewfinder, a 3-inch LCD display and a 16.3MP APS-C sensor.