It’s official, the Fujifilm X-H2S mirrorless camera has been officially unveiled, and this flagship model sports the highest performance in both stills as well as videos in the history of the X Series. This is achieved through a new back-illuminated, stacked, 26.16MP “X-Trans CMOS 5 HS” sensor capable of reading signals four times faster than its predecessor, along with the high-speed 1GHz “X-Processor 5”, which offers double the image processing speed.
When it comes to photography, it boasts blackout-free burst shooting of up to 40FPS, a high-performance, AI-powered AF system, and the ability to shoot 6.2K/30P as well as 4K/120P video footage. Other features include: five-axis in-body image stabilization with up to 7.0-stop advantage, a 3″ 1.62 million-dot LCD, and extensive interface options, such as dual card slot support (CFexpress Type B card). Available July 7, priced at $2,499 USD without a lens. If you’re looking for something a bit less professional, Fujifilm’s Instax Mini LiPlay prints audio onto instant photos.
- Classic, deluxe design with premium silver accents
- Built-in automatic exposure for ideal pictures every time
- Built-in one-touch selfie mode and selfie mirror
- Uses INSTAX MINI instant film only; produces instant print, credit card sized 2” x 3” photos
- Package includes: INSTAX MINI 40 instant camera, hand strap, user manual, 2 AA batteries
The camera has a new heat-dissipating structure to substantially increase the maximum video-recording time. 4K/60P video can be recorded for an impressive 240 minutes to cater to the needs of professional video production. Attach the optional cooling fan ‘FAN-001’ to enable extended video recording even in high-temperature conditions,” said the company.