A review of the new Fujifilm X-H2S mirrorless camera


The Fujifilm X-H2S is the latest in the company’s hugely popular X series of mirrorless cameras, and it brings with it a wide variety of improved capabilities and new features. This excellent video review examines the camera and the kind of image quality and performance you can expect from it in practice.

Coming from ZY Cheng, this excellent video review takes a look at the new Fujifilm X-H2S mirrorless camera. The X-H2S comes with a number of new and updated features, including:

  • X-Trans 5 stacked BSI sensor offering 26.1 megapixels of resolution and 14 stops of dynamic range
  • Improved playback speed, low light performance and rolling shutter
  • X-Processor 5 offering 3x faster speeds than X-T4
  • 40 fps continuous rate with electronic shutter (15 fps with mechanical shutter)
  • 140 frame buffer for 40 fps bursts (over 1000 for 15 fps bursts)
  • ISO range of 160 to 12,800
  • 6.2K video at 30 fps, 4K at 120 fps, Full HD at 240 fps with continuous recording times up to 90 minutes
  • Internal 4:2:2 10-bit recording and external raw video over full HDMI
  • 425 phase detection points with sensitivity down to -7 EV and Deep Learning technology
  • Better face and eye detection and expanded subject types, including multiple vehicle and animal types
  • Built-in image stabilization up to seven stops of compensation
  • OLED EVF with 5.76 million dot resolution and 0.8x magnification
  • Rear 3.0-inch 1.62 million-dot vari-angle touchscreen
  • Superior 1.28 inch LCD screen
  • One CFexpress Type B slot and one SD UHS-II slot
  • Battery life of 720 images in economy mode, 580 images in normal mode
  • USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
  • All the latest film simulation modes

Overall, the X-H2S feels like an upgrade. Watch the video above for the full recap.


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