Features of Fujifilm X-H2
The X-H2 is the first Fujifilm mirrorless camera to use the X-Trans CMOS 5 HR processor. The resolution is 40.2 megapixels. The highest in the Fujifilm X-Series mirrorless camera line. The sensor is also supported by the latest X-Processor 5 processor.
With these specifications, the X-H2 is the first Fujifilm X-Series mirrorless that can record internal video up to 8K/30p 4:2:2 10 bit resolution. It also supports the Apple ProRes codec. When paired with an external recording device such as the Atomos Ninja, the X-H2 can support RAW video recording with 12-bit 8K/30 output.
In addition, the video mode is also equipped with an F-Log2 profile. This profile offers video recording with a dynamic range of up to 13+ stops. The five-axis stabilizer feature is also directly available on the body.
The X-H2 is also the first to support the Pixel Shift Multi-Shot feature. Through this feature, users are allowed to produce high-resolution photos. The camera will take 20 photos in a row, then combined with the final result of one photo with a resolution of 160 megapixels.
To shoot without stopping (Continuos Shooting) X-H2 can be up to 15 frames per second. The X-H2S is much faster with speeds of up to 40 frames per second. Other features of the X-H2 are still similar to the X-H2S.
For example, it is equipped with an OLED viewfinder, a flexible LCD touch screen, a Hybrid AF autofocus system, and a connectivity port consisting of a microphone input, 3.5mm audio jack, HDMI port and 10Gbps USB-C. In addition, the battery is also the same, namely the NP-W235 battery.
Price and availability
The X-H2 is planned to be available on the market at the end of September 2022 with prices starting at US $ 1999.95 for the body only. Kit package with XF16-80mmF4 R OIS WR lens US$2499.95.