Fujifilm has unveiled a brand new member of the APS-C Lineup with a high-performance X-H2S stills/video digicam. The X-H2S has a stacked and stabilized, 26MP CMOS bottom illuminated picture sensor, which may seize bursts at as much as 40 fps and shoot 4K video downsampled from 6.2K at over 120 fps.
The picture buffer is very large, permitting for as much as 184 JPG or 175 Uncooked picture information, and may write as much as 1000, JPGs or 400 Uncooked picture information at its quickest price from a mechanical shutter.
The picture sensor has a fast-readout design that works in live performance with Fuji’s newest X-Processor 5 to trace the faces of people, animals, and birds, plus lock onto trains, planes, and cars (no pun meant).
Video-wise, the X-H2S can seize in both DCI or 4K UHD at as much as 60 frames per second (FPS) utilizing all the picture sensor edge to edge.
The footage is then downsampled for the absolute best look. However shooters may also max out the sensor by taking pictures in typical 3:2 for a full 6.2K readout. Different modes embrace 4K at as much as 120 fps from a 1.29x crop mode, and 1080p.
Footage may also be captured in quite a lot of coloration gamuts, together with ProRes 422 HQ, 422 LT, or 422, plus 10-bit H.265 or 8-bit H.264.
Customers may also seize in ProRes Uncooked or BRaw externally through HDMI, and there’s additionally an choice to concurrently seize decrease decision proxy information concurrently for enhancing in submit.
If that weren’t sufficient, Fuji’s new F-Log2 mode gives a 14-bit readout from the sensor for a most of 14 stops of dynamic vary, and the digicam has in-body picture stabilization (IBIS) at as much as 7EV stops.
The digicam gives a full-sized HDMI Port, USB 3.2 Gen 2 10GBper sec port, and a pull-out 1.62 dot articulated show and OLED digital viewfinder which may run video at as much as 120 fps.
With all that energy and efficiency, the X-H2 might run into some warmth dissipation points, so Fuji has created an optionally available screw-on cooling fan unit to maintain the digicam cooler when taking pictures for longer durations or in hotter circumstances.
The fan might be fitted to the rear of the digicam physique and not using a cable, supplying energy, extending steady video recording time at excessive temperatures, and eliminating issues of heat-related digicam shutdown.
The Fuji X-H2S may have a retail value of $2499 and is anticipated to ship in early July. The optionally available fan again is $199. For extra details about X-H2S and its equipment, please go to the Fuji Web site.