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  • Fujifilm X-H2S
  • High-speed model
  • APS-C X-Trans CMOS 5 HS
  • 26 megapixel BSI (stacked)
  • powerful EVF "best-in-class"
  • OLED color viewfinder (0.8x) with 5.76 million pixels
  • Video: 6k/30p, 4k/120p in Apple ProRes
  • 7.6cm (3 inch) LCD with 1.62 million pixels
  • Continuous shooting max. 40 frames/sec.
  • ISO 80-51200
  • blackout-free, reduced rolling shutter
  • 14EV, reduced rolling shutter
  • robust, weatherproof body with IBIS
  • HDMI Type A, USB Type-C, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • SD and CF Express Type B card slot

The FUJIFILM X-H2S mirrorless system camera, the new flagship model of the X series, expands the family of compact APS-C cameras with advanced photo and video functions. The X-H2S marks the fifth technology generation of the camera system founded by FUJIFILM in 2012, whose models combine high image quality and compact design with unprecedented color technology.

At the heart of the X-H2S is the 26.16-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HS Sensor*1, which enables four times faster signal processing than the previous generation sensor*2. It is complemented by the X-Processor 5, which processes image information supplied by the sensor at an even higher speed*3.

The camera is equipped with a powerful autofocus system that enables reliable focusing of dynamic subjects even during continuous shooting at up to 40 frames per second and video recording in high-definition 6.2K or 4K format.

Other features of the X-H2S, which inherits the proven operating concept of its predecessor, include in-camera five-axis image stabilization over seven EV steps*4, a robust magnesium body, and a wide range of connectivity options. Among other things, the camera is compatible with CFexpress Type B memory cards*5 and can be integrated into network environments via a separately available File Transmitter.

This makes the X-H2S the ideal choice for all professional photo and video shooting. It is suitable for use in wildlife, sports and press photography, and especially for small shooting teams.

X-Trans sensor and fifth-generation X processor
The X-H2S is significantly more powerful than previous X series cameras. The reason for the increase in performance is the use of two advanced components: the X-Trans CMOS 5 HS Sensor and the X-Processor 5.

The new 26.16 megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HS Sensor is the first BSI and Stacked APS-C sensor to be used in the X Series. The abbreviation BSI stands for "back-side illuminated," and "stacked" means that the sensor is constructed from multiple stacked discs. This chip design provides considerable performance improvements. For example, the four times faster readout speed enables blackout-free continuous shooting at up to 40 frames per second*6 and significantly improved autofocus once again. In addition, high-resolution moving images in 4K/60p quality can now be recorded without a crop factor. Videos are also less susceptible to the rolling shutter effect that can occur when shooting moving objects.

The advanced X Processor 5 processes data twice as fast as the previous flagship X Series model. It delivers improved resolution performance at low sensor sensitivities, lower image noise at high ISOs, and significantly faster and even more accurate autofocus. The use of artificial intelligence results in highly accurate object-based AF tracking. The fifth-generation processor enables video capture in professional 6.2K/30p format with 10-bit 4:2:2 color sampling. It also supports other video codecs. The camera is also compatible with fast CFexpress Type B memory cards. Despite the power boost, the processor consumes less energy, allowing for longer shooting times.

Fast Continuous Shooting with AF Tracking
The X-H2S offers highly accurate automatic focusing even with fast frame rates and can shoot up to 40 frames per second with object-based tracking and continuous adjustment of focus and exposure. In continuous shooting, phase AF pixels are evaluated independently of image generation, enabling three times more autofocus calculations than the previous flagship model*7 for lightning-fast focusing.

The camera features an expanded buffer memory that, in conjunction with the electronic shutter, can now store up to 1.000 photos*8 in quick succession when set to a continuous shooting speed of 30 frames per second in JPG mode or 20 frames per second in RAW mode.

Intelligent and powerful autofocus
The new image processor offers an object-oriented autofocus function with scene recognition and artificial intelligence. Developed using deep learning technology, the algorithm not only detects and tracks people's faces and eyes, but also reliably keeps animals, birds, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, airplanes and trains in focus. Thanks to this capability, the photographer can fully concentrate on the creative shooting process and the composition of the image.

A new AF algorithm results in significantly better prediction of subject movement. This leap in development enables the camera to track moving subjects with high precision using Zone AF, even in low-light conditions. This makes the X-H2S ideal for demanding wildlife and sports photography.

Advanced Video Features
The camera can record high-definition video in 6.2K/30p format with lifelike 10-bit 4:2:2 color sampling. It also offers the ability to record spectacular slow-motion sequences in 4K/120p quality to reproduce explosive motion sequences at extreme deceleration.

With the new image sensor, the readout speed for video recording is shortened to 1/180 second, which avoids the annoying rolling shutter effect and allows the object motion to be recorded very realistically.
The improved autofocus performance is also evident in video recording. AF functions for tracking fast-moving subjects are available when filming, as is the AF+MF function, which allows seamless switching between automatic and manual focus.

The X-H2S supports a variety of video codecs, including three Apple ProRes codecs*9: ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422, and ProRes 422 LT. For workflow optimization, a proxy video with reduced data rate and resolution can be saved in parallel to the ProRes recording.

The new F-Log2 mode allows recording videos with a dynamic range of more than 14 EV steps. This means that the recorded video material offers more creative scope in post-production than with the previous F-Log mode.
The camera housing has been designed so that the heat generated by the sensor and processor is dissipated quickly. This enables significantly longer recording time of up to 240 minutes*10 in 4K/60p quality. The optional FAN-001 fan provides additional cooling to the body, enabling longer shooting time even in high ambient temperatures.

Advanced features and ease of use
The X-H2S features new in-camera five-axis image stabilization. The sensor technology enables sharp shots at shutter speeds up to seven EV stops slower, offering a decisive advantage in many situations. For example, super-telephoto shots in low-light conditions, such as twilight or darkness, can be easily taken freehand.

The electronic viewfinder also contributes to the X-H2S's ease of use. With 5.76 million pixels, 0.8x magnification and a frame rate of 120 fps, it offers an optimal view of the subject. In order to track dynamic subjects optimally at all times, parallax errors or distortion, which often occur when the eye is positioned differently, are effectively suppressed.

From its predecessor, the FUJIFILM X-H1, the new flagship model has inherited not only the particularly robust body, but also several popular features. For example, the upper LCD sub-display, on which the camera settings can be conveniently read. The molded grip, which was already one of the features of the predecessor model, was specifically revised at the request of users to enable fatigue-free photography with larger Lenses, even over longer periods of time.

As a result of qualified feedback from photographers worldwide, there have been further improvements, mainly affecting the handling of the camera. Among other things, the product designers revised the tactility of central operating elements: the pressure and release point of the shutter release button was optimized so that the release point can be controlled even more precisely in the half-pressed state. In addition, there is now a separate video button, which simplifies filming in conjunction with the rotatable and tiltable LCD monitor (1.62 million pixels).

Furthermore, the AF-On button has a new tapping characteristic to further simplify handling of the function.

The shutter of the X-H2S is particularly durable and lasted for more than 500,000 exposures in internal tests. The X-H2S's dual memory card slot supports CFexpress Type B cards in addition to conventional SD cards, allowing the camera's full potential to be realized in continuous shooting and video recording, among other applications.*11

*1 X-Trans™ is a trademark or registered trademark of FUJIFILM Corporation
*2 Compared to X-Trans CMOS 4 Sensor
*3 Compared to X-Processor 4
*4 When used with the FUJINON XF35mmF1.4 R
*5 CFexpress™ is a trademark or registered trademark of the CompactFlash Association
*6 Fast continuous shooting without viewfinder blackout is only available when using the electronic shutter
*7 FUJIFILM X-T4 mirrorless system camera
*8 After turning on the camera, which was previously completely off
*9 Apple ProRes is a trademark of Apple Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries
*10 Measurement of recording time after cold start of the camera and in conjunction with the portrait battery grip VG-XH, equipped with three batteries, at an ambient temperature of 25° C and the following settings: "High Temperature" overheat protection and "100 Mbps" bit rate. The recording time depends on the battery charge level and the memory card used. In the event of the Body overheating, recording will stop automatically.
*11 A complete list of compatible memory cards can be viewed on the FUJIFILM website.

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Fujifilm X-H2S Body

Short profile

  • Fujifilm X-H2S
  • High-speed model
  • APS-C X-Trans CMOS 5 HS
  • 26 megapixel BSI (stacked)
  • powerful EVF "best-in-class"
  • OLED color viewfinder (0.8x) with 5.76 million pixels
  • Video: 6k/30p, 4k/120p in Apple ProRes
  • 7.6cm (3 inch) LCD with 1.62 million pixels
  • Continuous shooting max. 40 frames/sec.
  • ISO 80-51200
  • blackout-free, reduced rolling shutter
  • 14EV, reduced rolling shutter
  • robust, weatherproof body with IBIS
  • HDMI Type A, USB Type-C, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • SD and CF Express Type B card slot

Product description for Fujifilm X-H2S Body

The FUJIFILM X-H2S mirrorless system camera, the new flagship model of the X series, expands the family of compact APS-C cameras with advanced photo and video functions. The X-H2S marks the fifth technology generation of the camera system founded by FUJIFILM in 2012, whose models combine high image quality and compact design with unprecedented color technology.

At the heart of the X-H2S is the 26.16-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HS Sensor*1, which enables four times faster signal processing than the previous generation sensor*2. It is complemented by the X-Processor 5, which processes image information supplied by the sensor at an even higher speed*3.

The camera is equipped with a powerful autofocus system that enables reliable focusing of dynamic subjects even during continuous shooting at up to 40 frames per second and video recording in high-definition 6.2K or 4K format.

Other features of the X-H2S, which inherits the proven operating concept of its predecessor, include in-camera five-axis image stabilization over seven EV steps*4, a robust magnesium body, and a wide range of connectivity options. Among other things, the camera is compatible with CFexpress Type B memory cards*5 and can be integrated into network environments via a separately available File Transmitter.

This makes the X-H2S the ideal choice for all professional photo and video shooting. It is suitable for use in wildlife, sports and press photography, and especially for small shooting teams.

X-Trans sensor and fifth-generation X processor
The X-H2S is significantly more powerful than previous X series cameras. The reason for the increase in performance is the use of two advanced components: the X-Trans CMOS 5 HS Sensor and the X-Processor 5.

The new 26.16 megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HS Sensor is the first BSI and Stacked APS-C sensor to be used in the X Series. The abbreviation BSI stands for "back-side illuminated," and "stacked" means that the sensor is constructed from multiple stacked discs. This chip design provides considerable performance improvements. For example, the four times faster readout speed enables blackout-free continuous shooting at up to 40 frames per second*6 and significantly improved autofocus once again. In addition, high-resolution moving images in 4K/60p quality can now be recorded without a crop factor. Videos are also less susceptible to the rolling shutter effect that can occur when shooting moving objects.

The advanced X Processor 5 processes data twice as fast as the previous flagship X Series model. It delivers improved resolution performance at low sensor sensitivities, lower image noise at high ISOs, and significantly faster and even more accurate autofocus. The use of artificial intelligence results in highly accurate object-based AF tracking. The fifth-generation processor enables video capture in professional 6.2K/30p format with 10-bit 4:2:2 color sampling. It also supports other video codecs. The camera is also compatible with fast CFexpress Type B memory cards. Despite the power boost, the processor consumes less energy, allowing for longer shooting times.

Fast Continuous Shooting with AF Tracking
The X-H2S offers highly accurate automatic focusing even with fast frame rates and can shoot up to 40 frames per second with object-based tracking and continuous adjustment of focus and exposure. In continuous shooting, phase AF pixels are evaluated independently of image generation, enabling three times more autofocus calculations than the previous flagship model*7 for lightning-fast focusing.

The camera features an expanded buffer memory that, in conjunction with the electronic shutter, can now store up to 1.000 photos*8 in quick succession when set to a continuous shooting speed of 30 frames per second in JPG mode or 20 frames per second in RAW mode.

Intelligent and powerful autofocus
The new image processor offers an object-oriented autofocus function with scene recognition and artificial intelligence. Developed using deep learning technology, the algorithm not only detects and tracks people's faces and eyes, but also reliably keeps animals, birds, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, airplanes and trains in focus. Thanks to this capability, the photographer can fully concentrate on the creative shooting process and the composition of the image.

A new AF algorithm results in significantly better prediction of subject movement. This leap in development enables the camera to track moving subjects with high precision using Zone AF, even in low-light conditions. This makes the X-H2S ideal for demanding wildlife and sports photography.

Advanced Video Features
The camera can record high-definition video in 6.2K/30p format with lifelike 10-bit 4:2:2 color sampling. It also offers the ability to record spectacular slow-motion sequences in 4K/120p quality to reproduce explosive motion sequences at extreme deceleration.

With the new image sensor, the readout speed for video recording is shortened to 1/180 second, which avoids the annoying rolling shutter effect and allows the object motion to be recorded very realistically.
The improved autofocus performance is also evident in video recording. AF functions for tracking fast-moving subjects are available when filming, as is the AF+MF function, which allows seamless switching between automatic and manual focus.

The X-H2S supports a variety of video codecs, including three Apple ProRes codecs*9: ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422, and ProRes 422 LT. For workflow optimization, a proxy video with reduced data rate and resolution can be saved in parallel to the ProRes recording.

The new F-Log2 mode allows recording videos with a dynamic range of more than 14 EV steps. This means that the recorded video material offers more creative scope in post-production than with the previous F-Log mode.
The camera housing has been designed so that the heat generated by the sensor and processor is dissipated quickly. This enables significantly longer recording time of up to 240 minutes*10 in 4K/60p quality. The optional FAN-001 fan provides additional cooling to the body, enabling longer shooting time even in high ambient temperatures.

Advanced features and ease of use
The X-H2S features new in-camera five-axis image stabilization. The sensor technology enables sharp shots at shutter speeds up to seven EV stops slower, offering a decisive advantage in many situations. For example, super-telephoto shots in low-light conditions, such as twilight or darkness, can be easily taken freehand.

The electronic viewfinder also contributes to the X-H2S's ease of use. With 5.76 million pixels, 0.8x magnification and a frame rate of 120 fps, it offers an optimal view of the subject. In order to track dynamic subjects optimally at all times, parallax errors or distortion, which often occur when the eye is positioned differently, are effectively suppressed.

From its predecessor, the FUJIFILM X-H1, the new flagship model has inherited not only the particularly robust body, but also several popular features. For example, the upper LCD sub-display, on which the camera settings can be conveniently read. The molded grip, which was already one of the features of the predecessor model, was specifically revised at the request of users to enable fatigue-free photography with larger Lenses, even over longer periods of time.

As a result of qualified feedback from photographers worldwide, there have been further improvements, mainly affecting the handling of the camera. Among other things, the product designers revised the tactility of central operating elements: the pressure and release point of the shutter release button was optimized so that the release point can be controlled even more precisely in the half-pressed state. In addition, there is now a separate video button, which simplifies filming in conjunction with the rotatable and tiltable LCD monitor (1.62 million pixels).

Furthermore, the AF-On button has a new tapping characteristic to further simplify handling of the function.

The shutter of the X-H2S is particularly durable and lasted for more than 500,000 exposures in internal tests. The X-H2S's dual memory card slot supports CFexpress Type B cards in addition to conventional SD cards, allowing the camera's full potential to be realized in continuous shooting and video recording, among other applications.*11

*1 X-Trans™ is a trademark or registered trademark of FUJIFILM Corporation
*2 Compared to X-Trans CMOS 4 Sensor
*3 Compared to X-Processor 4
*4 When used with the FUJINON XF35mmF1.4 R
*5 CFexpress™ is a trademark or registered trademark of the CompactFlash Association
*6 Fast continuous shooting without viewfinder blackout is only available when using the electronic shutter
*7 FUJIFILM X-T4 mirrorless system camera
*8 After turning on the camera, which was previously completely off
*9 Apple ProRes is a trademark of Apple Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries
*10 Measurement of recording time after cold start of the camera and in conjunction with the portrait battery grip VG-XH, equipped with three batteries, at an ambient temperature of 25° C and the following settings: "High Temperature" overheat protection and "100 Mbps" bit rate. The recording time depends on the battery charge level and the memory card used. In the event of the Body overheating, recording will stop automatically.
*11 A complete list of compatible memory cards can be viewed on the FUJIFILM website.

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Fujifilm X-H2S Body

Bildsensor
Sensor Auflösung
26 MP
Sensorgröße (Typ)
APS-C/DX
Sensorgröße (Maße)
23,5 x 15,6 mm
Sensor-Typ
X-Trans CMOS
Optik
Autofokus
ja
Technik
Belichtungsmessung
Mehrfeld-, Mittenbetont-, Spotmessung
Belichtungsautomatik
Programmautomatik, Zeitautomatik, Blendenautomatik + Manuell
Blitz
Blitzschuh
Konnektivität
Bluetooth
HDMI
USB
WiFi
Verschlusszeiten
1/8000 - 30 Sekunden und BULB
RAW-Format
ja
maximale Video-Auflösung
Full-HD-Video (1920 x 1080 Pixel)
4K Video
6K Video
maximale fps (Video)
120fps (bei 4K)
30fps (bei 6K)
24fps (bei Full HD)
Anschluss
USB-C
Blitz-Anschluss
Fujifilm
Objektiv-Anschluss
Fujifilm X
ISO-Empfindlichkeit
160 - 12.800
ISO-Empfindlichkeit (erweiterbar)
80 - 51.200
Max. Serienbildgeschwindigkeit mechanisch (Bilder/
15
Max. Serienbildgeschwindigkeit elektronisch (Bilde
40
Fokusmessfelder/Autofokuspunkte
117
Speicher
Speichersystem
SD Karten-Slot
CF Express Karten-Slot
Speicherkartentyp
SDHC
SDXC
SD
CFexpress Typ B
Ausstattung
Blitzsynchronisation
1/250 s
Dioptrieneinstellung
-5,0 - +3,0 dpt
Displaygröße ca.
7,6 cm
Display-Auflösung
1,62 MP
Display beweglich
ja
Touchscreen
ja
Gesichts- Motiverkennung
ja
Bildstabilisator
ja
Bildstabilisator-Art
5-Achsen Bildstabilisierung
optischer/elektronischer Sucher
ja
Sucher-Auflösung
5,76 MP
Suchervergrößerung
0,8 fach
Suchertyp
OLED Sucher
Abmessungen und Gewicht
Außenmaße B x H x T ca.
136,3 x 92,9 x 84,6 mm
Gewicht ca.
660 g
Sonstiges
Farbton
schwarz
Akku-/Batterie-Typ
Fujifilm NP-W235
Handgriff-Typ
Fujifilm VG-XH
Spritzwasserschutz
ja
Lieferumfang
Im Lieferumfang
Die Ware wird mit dem Zubehör ausgeliefert, das vom Hersteller als zum Lieferumfang gehörend angegeben wird.
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EAN
4547410469172
KAN
16756883

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