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Fujifilm X-H2 Body

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  • High resolution 40.2 megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor
  • mirrorless system camera
  • X-Processor 5
  • Intelligent autofocus
  • Integrated image stabilizer (IBIS)
  • Shutter speed of up to 1/180,000 sec. (in electronic shutter)
  • 8K video resolution at up to 30fps in 4:2:2 10-bit format
  • Slow-motion video recording at up to 240fps (in FullHD)
  • Up to 160 megapixel RAWs using Pixel Shift Multi-Shot

High-resolution X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor and X-Processor 5
The 40.2 megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor with rear exposure has an improved image processing algorithm that enables a very high resolution without disruptive image noise and therefore outstanding overall image quality. A further developed pixel structure results in a greater amount of light on the sensor, so that ISO 125 is now available as the standard sensitivity and no longer needs to be selected via the extended ISO range. The new sensor can also be controlled with extreme precision, allowing ultra-short exposure times. The fastest shutter speed of the electronic shutter has been increased by 2.5 EV steps from 1/32,000 sec. to 1/180,000 sec. The new sensor opens up new creative possibilities, especially when shooting in bright surroundings. This means that you can now achieve the attractive bokeh effect with the aperture open on sunny summer days or on the ski slopes and freeze fast movements with ultra-fast shutter speeds for maximum sharpness.

Ultra-high-resolution photos and HEIF image format
With the "Pixel Shift Multi-Shot" function, the camera takes 20 high-resolution RGB images in raw data format one after the other, whereby the image sensor is minimally shifted after each exposure. The resulting individual photos can be combined into a single image file with a resolution of 160 megapixels using the free "Pixel Shift Combiner" software. This function is particularly interesting for photographic documentation and digitization in the fields of art and culture as well as for high-quality still life and product photography. The X-H2 supports the HEIF image format, which delivers 10-bit image files that are up to 30 percent smaller than standard JPEG files. The integration of these two functions underlines FUJIFILM's reputation for delivering the highest quality images straight from the camera.

Professional 8K quality video
The X-H2 makes ultra-high resolution motion capture the professional standard: the new sensor allows video to be recorded in the pioneering 8K/30p 4:2:2 10-bit format. The camera body of the X-H2 has been designed to quickly dissipate the heat generated by the sensor and processor. As a result, up to 160 minutes*6 of 8K quality can be recorded without interruption. The 8K sensor also offers many advantages in 4K workflows. For example, the camera uses the depth of detail of the 8K data for internal oversampling to generate a 4K image of outstanding quality. The digital zoom function*7 of the X-H2 also makes use of the high resolution of the 40.2 megapixel sensor. This makes it possible to zoom into the image with up to 2x magnification for 4K recordings. In conjunction with the XF18-120mmF4 LM PZ WR, the camera seamlessly switches to digital zoom once the maximum optical focal length has been reached, effectively doubling the focal length.

Efficient post-production
The X-H2 supports three Apple ProRes codecs: ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422 and ProRes 422 LT. When recording videos up to 4K resolution, proxy movies*8 (ProRes 422 Proxy) with a low bit rate can also be recorded in parallel. As these have a smaller file size, they are suitable for efficient workflows with reduced workload in post-production. In combination with a compatible external HDMI recorder from Atomos or Blackmagic Design, 12-bit RAW video files can also be recorded. These can be saved as Apple ProRes RAW or Blackmagic RAW in up to 8K resolution with frame rates of up to 29.97 frames per second. In addition to the familiar F-Log, the X-H2 also supports F-Log2, which offers an extended dynamic range of more than 13 f-stops and therefore more creative freedom in video editing.

Intelligent autofocus for maximum sharpness of detail
The X-H2 is equipped with an innovative autofocus system that allows the person taking the picture to concentrate fully on the subject and the image composition. They can rely on the camera to focus reliably and precisely on the subject. The powerful X-Processor 5 of the X-H2 offers an object-oriented autofocus function with subject recognition based on artificial intelligence. The algorithm developed using deep learning technology not only recognizes and tracks people's faces and eyes, but also reliably keeps animals, birds, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, planes and trains in focus. The 40.2 megapixel sensor has more phase detection pixels than previous models in the X series, resulting in even more precise focusing in AF-S mode, for example in landscape or portrait shots. In addition, the X-H2 (like the X-H2S) has a new AF algorithm for predicting object movement, which enables even more reliable focus tracking in continuous focus (AF-C). As 8K videos require particularly precise focusing, the video AF algorithm has also been optimized. There is also a new focus indicator that makes manual focusing easier when filming and can be used in combination with the focus peaking function.

Top features and ease of use
The FUJIFILM X-H2 is equipped with integrated five-axis image stabilization (IBIS). This enables sharp shots at shutter speeds up to seven EV steps slower and thus offers a decisive advantage in many situations, e.g. in low light. The electronic viewfinder of the X-H2 offers a high-resolution viewfinder image with 5.76 million pixels and 0.8x magnification. The high refresh rate of approx. 120 frames per second ensures a natural representation of even very fast movements. The viewfinder image is also optimally corrected and free of parallax errors and distortion that typically occur when the eye position changes. The X-H2 is built to withstand the rigors of everyday professional use. Like the X-H2S, it has a weatherproof body that is sealed against the ingress of moisture and dust in 79 places and is fully operational even at temperatures as low as minus 10 degrees Celsius. The sub-display on the top of the camera, the rear LCD monitor with 1.62 million pixels, the individually configurable AF ON button and the separate video recording button provide additional ease of use. The X-H2's dual memory card slot supports conventional SD cards as well as CFexpress Type B cards, which can be used to exploit the full potential of the camera for continuous shooting and video recording,*9 and the X-H2 (like the X-H2S*10) is also compatible with the FT-XH file transmitter, which enables wired LAN and wireless WLAN tethered video recording. Up to four X-H2 and X-H2S can be controlled via a browser application. For example, the recording parameters for each camera can be checked and adjusted and video recording can be started and stopped synchronously for all cameras. It is also possible to save, copy and load camera settings.*11

*1 X-Trans is a trademark or registered trademark of FUJIFILM Corporation.
*2 As of September 8, 2022, according to FUJIFILM.
*3 Apple ProRes is a trademark of Apple Inc. and is registered in the U.S. and other countries and regions.
*4 In combination with the FUJINON XF35mmF1.4 R.
*5 CFexpress™ is a trademark or registered trademark of the CompactFlash Association.
*6 Maximum recording time at an ambient temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and camera settings: Auto Power Off Temperature "High", H.265 4:2:0, 200Mbps bit rate and the VG-XH vertical battery grip with a total of three batteries inserted. The recording time depends on the remaining battery charge and the type and capacity of the memory card used. If the device heats up, recording may stop automatically.
*7 Digital zoom is available in three video modes: 4K HQ, 4K DCI HQ and Full HD.
*8 The proxy function is not available for 8K/30P and 8K/25P recording.
*9 A list of compatible memory cards can be found on the FUJIFILM website.
*10 An update to the latest firmware is required for the X-H2S to use this function.
*11 The camera settings can be saved to and loaded from a computer or tablet.

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Fujifilm X-H2 Body

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  • High resolution 40.2 megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor
  • mirrorless system camera
  • X-Processor 5
  • Intelligent autofocus
  • Integrated image stabilizer (IBIS)
  • Shutter speed of up to 1/180,000 sec. (in electronic shutter)
  • 8K video resolution at up to 30fps in 4:2:2 10-bit format
  • Slow-motion video recording at up to 240fps (in FullHD)
  • Up to 160 megapixel RAWs using Pixel Shift Multi-Shot

Product description for Fujifilm X-H2 Body

High-resolution X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor and X-Processor 5
The 40.2 megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor with rear exposure has an improved image processing algorithm that enables a very high resolution without disruptive image noise and therefore outstanding overall image quality. A further developed pixel structure results in a greater amount of light on the sensor, so that ISO 125 is now available as the standard sensitivity and no longer needs to be selected via the extended ISO range. The new sensor can also be controlled with extreme precision, allowing ultra-short exposure times. The fastest shutter speed of the electronic shutter has been increased by 2.5 EV steps from 1/32,000 sec. to 1/180,000 sec. The new sensor opens up new creative possibilities, especially when shooting in bright surroundings. This means that you can now achieve the attractive bokeh effect with the aperture open on sunny summer days or on the ski slopes and freeze fast movements with ultra-fast shutter speeds for maximum sharpness.

Ultra-high-resolution photos and HEIF image format
With the "Pixel Shift Multi-Shot" function, the camera takes 20 high-resolution RGB images in raw data format one after the other, whereby the image sensor is minimally shifted after each exposure. The resulting individual photos can be combined into a single image file with a resolution of 160 megapixels using the free "Pixel Shift Combiner" software. This function is particularly interesting for photographic documentation and digitization in the fields of art and culture as well as for high-quality still life and product photography. The X-H2 supports the HEIF image format, which delivers 10-bit image files that are up to 30 percent smaller than standard JPEG files. The integration of these two functions underlines FUJIFILM's reputation for delivering the highest quality images straight from the camera.

Professional 8K quality video
The X-H2 makes ultra-high resolution motion capture the professional standard: the new sensor allows video to be recorded in the pioneering 8K/30p 4:2:2 10-bit format. The camera body of the X-H2 has been designed to quickly dissipate the heat generated by the sensor and processor. As a result, up to 160 minutes*6 of 8K quality can be recorded without interruption. The 8K sensor also offers many advantages in 4K workflows. For example, the camera uses the depth of detail of the 8K data for internal oversampling to generate a 4K image of outstanding quality. The digital zoom function*7 of the X-H2 also makes use of the high resolution of the 40.2 megapixel sensor. This makes it possible to zoom into the image with up to 2x magnification for 4K recordings. In conjunction with the XF18-120mmF4 LM PZ WR, the camera seamlessly switches to digital zoom once the maximum optical focal length has been reached, effectively doubling the focal length.

Efficient post-production
The X-H2 supports three Apple ProRes codecs: ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422 and ProRes 422 LT. When recording videos up to 4K resolution, proxy movies*8 (ProRes 422 Proxy) with a low bit rate can also be recorded in parallel. As these have a smaller file size, they are suitable for efficient workflows with reduced workload in post-production. In combination with a compatible external HDMI recorder from Atomos or Blackmagic Design, 12-bit RAW video files can also be recorded. These can be saved as Apple ProRes RAW or Blackmagic RAW in up to 8K resolution with frame rates of up to 29.97 frames per second. In addition to the familiar F-Log, the X-H2 also supports F-Log2, which offers an extended dynamic range of more than 13 f-stops and therefore more creative freedom in video editing.

Intelligent autofocus for maximum sharpness of detail
The X-H2 is equipped with an innovative autofocus system that allows the person taking the picture to concentrate fully on the subject and the image composition. They can rely on the camera to focus reliably and precisely on the subject. The powerful X-Processor 5 of the X-H2 offers an object-oriented autofocus function with subject recognition based on artificial intelligence. The algorithm developed using deep learning technology not only recognizes and tracks people's faces and eyes, but also reliably keeps animals, birds, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, planes and trains in focus. The 40.2 megapixel sensor has more phase detection pixels than previous models in the X series, resulting in even more precise focusing in AF-S mode, for example in landscape or portrait shots. In addition, the X-H2 (like the X-H2S) has a new AF algorithm for predicting object movement, which enables even more reliable focus tracking in continuous focus (AF-C). As 8K videos require particularly precise focusing, the video AF algorithm has also been optimized. There is also a new focus indicator that makes manual focusing easier when filming and can be used in combination with the focus peaking function.

Top features and ease of use
The FUJIFILM X-H2 is equipped with integrated five-axis image stabilization (IBIS). This enables sharp shots at shutter speeds up to seven EV steps slower and thus offers a decisive advantage in many situations, e.g. in low light. The electronic viewfinder of the X-H2 offers a high-resolution viewfinder image with 5.76 million pixels and 0.8x magnification. The high refresh rate of approx. 120 frames per second ensures a natural representation of even very fast movements. The viewfinder image is also optimally corrected and free of parallax errors and distortion that typically occur when the eye position changes. The X-H2 is built to withstand the rigors of everyday professional use. Like the X-H2S, it has a weatherproof body that is sealed against the ingress of moisture and dust in 79 places and is fully operational even at temperatures as low as minus 10 degrees Celsius. The sub-display on the top of the camera, the rear LCD monitor with 1.62 million pixels, the individually configurable AF ON button and the separate video recording button provide additional ease of use. The X-H2's dual memory card slot supports conventional SD cards as well as CFexpress Type B cards, which can be used to exploit the full potential of the camera for continuous shooting and video recording,*9 and the X-H2 (like the X-H2S*10) is also compatible with the FT-XH file transmitter, which enables wired LAN and wireless WLAN tethered video recording. Up to four X-H2 and X-H2S can be controlled via a browser application. For example, the recording parameters for each camera can be checked and adjusted and video recording can be started and stopped synchronously for all cameras. It is also possible to save, copy and load camera settings.*11

*1 X-Trans is a trademark or registered trademark of FUJIFILM Corporation.
*2 As of September 8, 2022, according to FUJIFILM.
*3 Apple ProRes is a trademark of Apple Inc. and is registered in the U.S. and other countries and regions.
*4 In combination with the FUJINON XF35mmF1.4 R.
*5 CFexpress™ is a trademark or registered trademark of the CompactFlash Association.
*6 Maximum recording time at an ambient temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and camera settings: Auto Power Off Temperature "High", H.265 4:2:0, 200Mbps bit rate and the VG-XH vertical battery grip with a total of three batteries inserted. The recording time depends on the remaining battery charge and the type and capacity of the memory card used. If the device heats up, recording may stop automatically.
*7 Digital zoom is available in three video modes: 4K HQ, 4K DCI HQ and Full HD.
*8 The proxy function is not available for 8K/30P and 8K/25P recording.
*9 A list of compatible memory cards can be found on the FUJIFILM website.
*10 An update to the latest firmware is required for the X-H2S to use this function.
*11 The camera settings can be saved to and loaded from a computer or tablet.

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Fujifilm X-H2 Body

Bildsensor
Sensor Auflösung
40,2 MP
Sensorgröße (Typ)
APS-C/DX
Sensorgröße (Maße)
23,5 x 15,6 mm
Sensor-Typ
X-Trans CMOS 5 HR
Optik
Autofokus
ja
Technik
Belichtungsmessung
Mehrfeld-, Selektiv-, Mittenbetont-, Spotmessung
Belichtungsautomatik
Programmautomatik, Zeitautomatik, Blendenautomatik + Manuell
Blitz
Blitzschuh
Konnektivität
Bluetooth
HDMI
USB
Verschlusszeiten
1/180.000 Sek.
RAW-Format
ja
maximale Video-Auflösung
8K Video
maximale fps (Video)
30fps (bei 8K)
24fps (bei Full HD)
Anschluss
3,5 mm Klinke
2,5 mm Klinke
Kopfhörer Anschluss
HDMI (Typ A)
USB 3.1 Gen2 Typ-C
Blitz-Anschluss
Fujifilm
Objektiv-Anschluss
Fujifilm X
ISO-Empfindlichkeit
125 - 12.800
ISO-Empfindlichkeit (erweiterbar)
64 - 51.200
Max. Serienbildgeschwindigkeit mechanisch (Bilder/
15
Max. Serienbildgeschwindigkeit elektronisch (Bilde
20
Speicher
Speichersystem
SD Karten-Slot
CF Express Karten-Slot
Speicherkartentyp
SDHC
SDXC
SD
CFexpress Typ B
Ausstattung
Displaygröße ca.
7,6 cm
Display beweglich
ja
Touchscreen
ja
LiveView
ja
Bildstabilisator
ja
über Kamera
Bildstabilisator-Art
5-Achsen Bildstabilisierung
7 Stufen Bildstabilisierung
optischer/elektronischer Sucher
ja
Suchertyp
OLED Sucher
Abmessungen und Gewicht
Außenmaße B x H x T ca.
136,3 x 92,9 x 84,6 mm
Gewicht ca.
579 g
Sonstiges
Farbton
schwarz
Akku-/Batterie-Typ
Fujifilm NP-W235
Handgriff-Typ
VG-XH
FT-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
4547410469226
KAN
16756986

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