Since 2014 the Igla is being replaced in Russian service by the new 9K333 Verba (Willow) MANPADS. The Verba's primary feature is its multispectral optical seeker, using three sensors as opposed to the Igla-S' two. Cross-checking sensors against one another better discriminates between relevant targets and decoys, and decreases the chance of disruption from countermeasures, including lasers that attempt to blind missiles.
When I paired the X-Pro2 with lenses I'm familiar with, I was very pleased with the results, if not with the ease with which they were acquired. There are a pair of dials atop the camera, one a basic exposure (to ±3) control, the other a dual ISO/shutter speed control. The latter is very unintuitive -- I literally couldn't explain how it's supposed to work despite having used it extensively. On the front and back of the camera are wheels whose functions change depending on what mode you're in -- shutter, aperture ISO, etc. -- which I only really used for fine-grain control of shutter speed, as my lenses all have aperture dials. Elsewhere you'll find dedicated mechanical buttons for auto-exposure lock, autofocus lock and a three-point switch for jumping between autofocus modes. There's also a tiny joystick by the LCD on the back of the camera that lets you set a focal point with ease. It's great, and every Fujifilm camera from now on needs to have it.
After a couple of weeks of shooting, I've taken some beautiful shots. In case my origin story didn't clue you in, I am very much an amateur. My framing can be poor, my depth of field too narrow, my shutter speed too slow. No camera will fix that. What I can say is that the photos I've taken with the X-Pro2 have been better than the photos I've taken with other Fujifilm cameras. And I've had a lot of fun shooting them. I probably shouldn't be advising you to visit a competing website, but I'd recommend checking out Sam Byford's sample gallery over at The Verge. He's a far better photographer than I am (and, not coincidentally, the aforementioned colleague who introduced me to the X Series in the first place). 2b1af7f3a8