The Fujifilm X-H2S camera features a stunning 5th generation X-Trans CMOS 5 HS sensor and X-Processor 5 in a beautifully designed body. Photographers and filmmakers alike can now create at the pace of life and the speed of their imaginations.
X-Trans CMOS 5 HS is capable of blackout-free bursts of up to 40 frames-per-second. In burst mode, the sensor’s phase-detection pixels are controlled independently from the image display.
This triples the number of possible calculations, which enables the ability to focus at incredibly high-speeds between individual frames with accuracy and precision.
High-speed burst shooting at up to 30fps for over 1000 images
Increased memory capacity dramatically extends the camera’s ability to record continuous frames in burst mode without stopping. Reach blackout free speeds of up to 40fps, make over 1000 frames continuously at 30fps in JPEG, or write RAW images at 20fps* when using electronic shutter on X-H2S.
Improved autofocus for better subject tracking in almost any lighting condition
An improved AF prediction algorithm alongside X-Trans CMOS 5 HS and X-Processor 5 provides a major boost to subject tracking and autofocus accuracy on moving objects, most notably in Zone AF and low-contrast conditions.
X-Processor 5 features subject-detection AF based on Deep Learning techology that automatically detects and tracks a broader range of subjects, including animals, birds, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, airplanes, and trains – as well as human faces and eyes, so image-makers can concentrate on composition and creativity, confident that X-H2S will track focus accurately.
Support for HEIF image format
The HEIF image format delivers 10-bit image quality in files up to 30% smaller than standard JPEG files, continuing to expand Fujifilm’s reputation of deliverying high-quality images straight out of camera.
Open Gate 6.2K movies can be recorded internally at 30P in 4:2:2 10-bit color. X-H2S’s 26.1MP Stacked BSI CMOS sensor has an incredible readout speeds of up to 1/180 sec,* which tightly controls rolling shutter effects, resulting in more natural-looking motion when recording video.