One of the most significant improvements in the well-liked and highly acclaimed X Series is Fujifilm’s X-H2 mirrorless camera, which has a 40.2-megapixel high-resolution sensor and several new features and enhancements, all housed in the company’s iconic design. This fantastic video review examines the new camera and the kind of usability and image quality you can anticipate.
This fantastic video review of the new Fujifilm X-H2 mirrorless camera comes from Christopher Frost. The X-H2 is a powerful camera that has several outstanding characteristics, including:
- 40.2-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HR with rear illumination
- Exponent 5
- ISO 125 as a minimum
- 1/180,000-second electronic shutter speed as a minimum
- Continuous 15 fps bursts with mechanical shutter
- 20 frames per second bursts with an electronic shutter
- 160-megapixel photos are created using the Pixel Shift Multi-Shot mode.
- In-body image stabilization on five axes
- HEIF format assistance
- Deep learning combined with subject-detection autofocus for people, vehicles, bicycles, trains, aircraft, and motorbikes
- Internal Apple ProRes 4:2:2 10-bit 8K 30p video
- When used with an external recorder, 12-bit 8K 30p raw video output.
- Oversampled 4K footage from 8K with up to 2x digital zoom without sacrificing resolution
- F-Log2 provides a dynamic range of more than 13 stops.
- of video filming continuously for up to 30 minutes
- EVF with 5.76 million dots, 0.8x magnification, and 120 frames per second
- 79 points that are weatherproof
- optional battery grip and cooling fan
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- ports for HDMI mini Type D and USB-C
- card slots two
The Fujifilm X-H2 appears to be one of their most amazing cameras to date. View the video up top to see Frost’s full remarks.