ePhotozine Fujifilm X-H2S Review: Superb EVF, Fast AF, Excellent IBIS, Low ISO Noise, Solid Build Quality

ePhotozine published its Fujifilm X-H2S review. Down below the Pros and Cons as well as the link to the full review.

Pros

  • Beautiful, solid quality manufacture
  • Fast and responsive controls
  • Excellent 5-axis IBIS (up to 7 stops)
  • Quality of Fujinon lenses
  • Weather resistance
  • Film simulation modes
  • High-end video specs
  • Versatile subject detection
  • Fast and accurate AF
  • Superb 5.76M dot OLED EVF
  • ISO range shows low noise throughout
  • Supports CF Express and SD cards

Fujifilm X-H2S Cons

  • CFExpress cards are quite expensive
  • Slightly more expensive than its closest rivals

You can read the full review at ePhotozine here.

Fujifilm X-H2S Reviews Drop on the Web, with Lots of Happy (and Well Tracked) Faces

The Fujifilm X-H2S is falling into hands of fellow X shooters, and hence reviews are spreading all over the web.

In short we can say that this camera is making lots of people very happy. :) This is autofocus performance as never seen before on any Fujifilm camera, and at that level won’t be found even on the Fujifilm X-H2 or Fujifilm X-T5, as they both will feature a non-stacked 40MP sensor.

Blog Posts

  • keithwee – A hands-on review of the Fujifilm X-H2S – Future Optimisation and the 3 meanings behind the ‘S’.
  • ondrejvachek – Stacked and packed – Fujifilm X-H2s review

Youtube Reviews
CameraLabs & Co

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Fujifilm X-H2S vs X-T4 vs X-H1 Dynamic Range

Photons to Photos has published its data for the Photographic Dynamic Range of the Fujifilm X-H2S. You can see the results here.

Camera Model Maximum
PDR
Low Light
ISO
Low Light
EV
FujiFilm X-H1 10.10 3586 10.16
FujiFilm X-H2S 10.04 2884 9.85
FujiFilm X-T4 10.45 3298 10.04

Fujifilm X-H2S Tracks Frogs, Dragon-flies, Butterflies (using Bird Detection)

We know that the Fujifilm X-H2S has now awesome animal and subject tracking (as well as a terrific eye AF).

But Gökçe Coşkun went a bit beyond testing the official subjects the Fujifilm X-H2S can recognize.

In fact, used it to track frogs, dragon-flies, butterflies and he noticed that it actually works very well when set in the “bird detection” mode.

So in case you photograph animal that are not in the official Fujifilm list, try with bird tracking first. You might get lucky.

You can scroll through the video below to see it in action.

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