The Fujifilm X-H2 will be the first X-series camera to introduce a new sensor and new image processing engine platform and it will be capable of 8K video recording, both 8K DCI and 8K UHD.
Speaking of the price, the Fujifilm X-H2 will cost less than the Panasonic GH6, which will be priced around $2,500. So the Fujifilm X-H2 will cost less than $2,500. The launch price of the Fujifilm X-H1 was $1,900 in North America, so the X-H2 is likely to be hundreds of dollars higher than that, but it seems to be a relatively cheap price for an 8K video compatible machine.
Considering the aspect ratio, it is certain that a sensor with 40MP or more will be adopted to support 8K video, so the X-H2 may be noticed by still users who are looking for a high pixel APS-C camera.
However, please note that the X-H2 is still a long way off and will not be available until 2022. “It’s a long wait, but it’s worth it,” said a credible source.
Fujifilm X-H2 Rumored Specifications:
- New sensor
- New image processing
- 8K 12 bit video
- 6K 10 bit 120 fps
- 4K/60p and 6K/30p
- 4:2:2 10-bit color, H.265 codec
- Better IBIS
- Internal Cooler
- 10fps/16Bit Mechanical Shutter
- 20fps/14Bit Electronic Shutter
- Bigger grip
- New Fujifilm Battery
- Price less than $2,500
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