Video quality has been improved, with a full range of frame rates, however there are a limited number of options, and for those that do more video recording, it's likely they'll be disappointed. Fujifilm say that this camera is focussed on image quality, and we'd expect that Fujifilm will address video options with a future model.
Weather sealing is included, and with a new top plate, the camera now has metal top and bottom plates, making it a camera that should survive a good number of years, and we were impressed with the build quality while using the camera. With the X-Pro 2 Fujifilm has introduced a number of updates that will interest those that have been using X series cameras with the best image quality available of any X camera yet. If you've been using the X-T1, and X-T10, then you may wish the 24-megapixel sensor and updates were available in a DSLR-styled camera. However, if the rangefinder camera is your preferred style, then the X-Pro 2 gives excellent results.