A Review of the Fujifilm X-H2S Mirrorless Camera for Photography

Fujifilm’s X-H2S is the newest camera in the company’s popular X Series line of mirrorless cameras, and with it come a variety of improvements and new features, most notable being a new sensor. This awesome video review takes a look at the camera for photography purposes, including the performance and image quality you can expect from it in practice. 

Coming to you from Gordon Laing, this great video review takes a look at the new Fujifilm X-H2S mirrorless camera. The X-H2S has a wide range of new and improved features, including:

  • New X-Trans 5 Stacked BSI Sensor 
  • 26.1-megapixel resolution
  • 14 stops of dynamic range
  • Improved readout speed, low-light performance, and rolling shutter
  • ISO range: 160-12,800
  • X-Processor 5 for 3x faster speeds than the X-T4
  • 40 fps continuous burst rate when using electronic shutter 
  • 15 fps continuous burst rate when using mechanical shutter 
  • 140-image buffer for 40 fps bursts (over 1,000 for 15 fps bursts)
  • 425 phase-detection autofocus points
  • Autofocus sensitivity down to -7 EV
  • Deep Learning autofocus technology
  • Improved face and eye detection
  • Vehicle, bird, and animal detection
  • In-body image stabilization with up to seven stops of compensation
  • OLED EVF with 5.76-million-dot resolution and 0.8x magnification
  • 3-inch, 1.62-million-dot rear vari-angle touchscreen
  • 1.28-inch top LCD screen
  • One CFexpress Type B slot and one SD UHS-II slot
  • 720 frames of battery life in economy mode (580 frames in normal mode)
  • USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi
  • Full range of film simulations

Overall, the X-H2S looks like quite a nice camera for photographers. Check out the video above for Laing’s full thoughts on the camera

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