Fuji releases new flagship camera X-H2s

Today, Fuji officially released the new flagship camera X-H2s, the body price is 16,700 yuan, and it will be listed in July.

This camera is equipped with a new 26.16-megapixel stacked "X-TransTMCMOS 5 HS" sensor , whose signal reading speed is 4 times faster than the current model, and the processing speed of the high-speed "X-Processor 5" is the current 2 times the size of the model.

Equipped with an improved AF system, the X-H2S can shoot up to 40 frames per second, and, thanks to the newly developed Subject Recognition AF technology, can even shoot 6K/30P and 4K/120P video . It also offers a wealth of features, including five-axis in-body image stabilization with up to 7.0 stops of compensation, a rugged magnesium alloy body, hardware that incorporates the operability improvements of the previous model, and compatibility with CFexpressTM Type B cards various interface options such as new card slots.

According to the official introduction, this camera uses a new sensor and processor, with an expanded built-in memory capacity, which greatly increases the number of frames that can be continuously recorded during continuous shooting. When using the electronic shutter, the camera can shoot more than 1000 frames continuously, with a maximum speed of 30 frames/sec in JPEG format and 20 frames per second in RAW format. ) The EVF uses a high-resolution 5.76-megapixel electronic viewfinder with a magnification of 0.8 and a refresh rate of approximately 120fps.

With the new sensor/processor, the camera is capable of internally saving 4:2:2 10bit video at 6K/30P , recording HD video while retaining a lot of color information. It also supports shooting high-speed 4K/120P video, and the momentary movements of fast-moving subjects can be rendered with smooth slow motion and fine details. The X-H2S supports three Apple ProRes encoding modes; ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422 and ProRes 422 LT. When recording ProRes, the X-H2S also supports proxy recording such as ProRes 422 Proxy, simplifying the entire workflow from shooting to post-production.

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