A new mirrorless camera, a new X Series lens, and a new GFX Series lens have been introduced by Fujifilm, giving consumers of the brand new mirrorless camera, X Series lens, and GFX Series lens a reason to celebrate.
Fujifilm X-H2

The X-H2 has the greatest resolution yet seen in an X Series camera with to its brand-new back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor, which clocks in at 40.2 megapixels. In addition to this prominent feature, customers will also enjoy the following benefits:

  • X-Processor 5
  • 8K video at 30 frames per second, encoded in the Apple ProRes format at 4:2:2 and 10 bits.
  • 12-bit raw video output at 8K at 30p, compatible with external recorders
  • F-Log2 has a dynamic range that is more than 13 stops
  • Recordings of up to thirty minutes in length
  • 4K footage downsampled from 8K and enhanced with up to 2x digital zoom without suffering any loss in clarity
  • 125 ISO at the very least
  • The electronic shutter has a minimum speed of 1/180,000 of a second, making it extremely quick.
  • Pixel Shift Multi-Shot for 160-megapixel pictures
  • Bursts of 15 frames per second while using the mechanical shutter, and 20 frames per second when using the electronic shutter
  • Support for the HEIF format, which results in a 30% decrease in file size compared to JPEG
  • Animals, birds, humans, automobiles, bicycles, aircraft, trains, and motorbikes may all be autofocused on thanks to subject identification technology that uses deep learning.
  • 5-axis image stabilisation integrated into the body
  • 5.76 million dots on the EVF, with 0.8x magnification and a refresh rate of 120 frames per second
  • 79 points that have been weather-sealed
  • Battery grip and a ventilating fan are available as options.
  • Bluetooth, wireless fidelity, USB Type-C, and HDMI mini Type-D
  • Dual card slots
  • You may get the X-H2 for a price of $1,999 when the month of September is through.
  • WR XF 56mm f/1.2 XF 56mm

The XF 56mm f/1.2 R WR brings a number of upgrades to the widely used portrait lens, including the following:

11 diaphragm blades allow for an almost completely circular aperture, which results in very clean borders around highlights, minimum aberrations, and particularly excellent bokeh.

  • 13 elements in 8 groupings
  • Three different types of elements: two aspherical and one ED
  • Technology with a high refractive index
  • The closest focusing distance is fifty centimetres.
  • sealing against dust and moisture
  • Fluorine coating
  • In late September, you’ll be able to purchase the XF 56mm f/1.2 R WR for $999.
  • GF 20-35mm f/4 R WR Optical Zoom
  • Last but not least, the GF 20-35mm f/4 R WR provides photographers shooting in medium format with a small ultra-wide-angle zoom lens.
  • a range of similar focal lengths from 16 to 28 millimetres
  • 14 elements in 10 groupings

There are three aspherical elements, one ED aspherical element, and three ED elements for greater sharpness and a reduction in chromatic aberrations and distortion.

  • Nano GI coating for decreased flares and ghosting as well as increased contrast.
  • 112.5 millimetres or 4.4 inches in length
  • 25.6 ounces (725 g)
  • 82 millimetres of the filter thread
  • Designed to withstand adverse weather conditions and including 12 sealed locations
  • At the end of October, you’ll be able to purchase the GF 20-35mm f/4 R WR for $2,499.
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