Fujifilm X-H1: New Film Simulation “Eterna”, Top LCD Panel and Shipping in February

We know alerady a lot about the Fujifilm X-H1, but here are a few more titdbits.

The Fujfilm X-H1 will ship in February and have a new film simulation called Eterna. It will also have a top LCD panel like the GFX.

Priced around $2,000.

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Fujifilm X-H1 Rumor Recap

Fujifilm X-H1 will be Fuji’s first IBIS Camera (no Longer X-T2S)

Fujifilm X-H1

Nokishita noticed that in the update file of X-RAW STUDIO Fujifilm adds support for the Fujifilm X-H1. Great spot, Nokishita!

But what camera is this?

Nokishita does not know, what hides behind the name “X-H1” and they don’t know any specs, except for the fact that it has 24MP and 1/32,000 shutter speed… but luckily FujiRumors can help :)

The Fujifilm X-H1 is Fuji’s first IBIS camera. Fujifilm changed name from X-T2S to X-H1. That’s what hides behind this mysterious camera :).

In the comments, some suggested that “H” stands for “Hybrid”, meaning stills/video hybrid camera. Makes perfectly sense. The new Fujinon MK Cine lenses have no OIS, and of course Fujifilm designed them without stabilization, knowing the X-H1 would come with IBIS.

All the specs I have shared so far for the X-T2S remain the same for the X-H1. It’s the same camera, just with different name.

Our facebook group has now been renamed to X-H User Group, too.

A complete new camera line is coming… and let’s hope the changes over the X-T2 will be enough to justify the launch of a new line.

Oh, and dear FR-readers, if you see the name X-H1 popping up elsewhere saying that it will have IBIS, feel free to let your kind comment on those blogs/youtube channels and ask them to quote FujiRumors as the source.

From nokishita (google translated)

Fujifilm’s “X-H1” is published on the latest device compatible device

In other files, the settings such as the number of pixels of “X – H1” (24 million pixels) and the shutter speed (maximum speed of 1/32000) etc are described, but the XML file containing the compatible device is the easiest to read I think. Details are unknown, but it seems that there is no doubt that “X – H1” is under development.

 X-H1 Rumored Specs

Fujifilm X-T2 KAIZEN Firmware Update will bring also Highlight Overexposure Blinkies and RGB Color Histogram!

As we reported here, Fujifilm will release a Firmware update for Fujifilm X-T2, X-T20 and GFX on November 30, 2017.

Regarding the X-T2, Fujifilm officially announced 4 new features/improvements:

  1. New AF tracking algorithm for moving subject
  3. Improve radio flash controller usability
  4. Support for backup/restore of camera settings via FUJIFILM X Acquire

But I’m pleased to inform that, although Fujifilm officially does not mention it, I hear there will be more! And to be more precise the X-T2 will also get:

  • highlight overexposure blinkies
  • RGB color histogram

Now this is a serious X-T2 Kaizen update :) Well done Fuji.

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Fujifilm X-T2, X-T20 and GFX 50S Firmware Update on Thursday, November 30

Fujifilm will update the Fujifilm X-T2, X-T20 and GFX 50s on November 30 (Thursday).

List of improvements:

Fujifilm Netherlands recently said here that the Fujifilm X-T20 firmware update has been postponed. But I guess Fujifilm was able to fix all issues and is ready to release it on time. You see, even Fujifilm itself can share wrong rumors now and then ;) .

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  1. Update your camera in any case, even if you do not need the features/improvements that come with this specific firmware update. Fujifilm often implements “undocumented fixes“, which can be as small as a typo in the menu, but also more significant bug fixes and improvements.
  2. To be 100% safe, though, do not update your camera on the same day you need your camera for a paid assignment. In very rare cases, firmware updates can introduce new bugs. If you need your camera on a paid job, wait a few days, check back fujirumors.com to see if there are some bugs with the new firmware in the following days, and if there are no reports, update your camera. But with that said, in 99% of the cases a new firmware will only improve things, and not make them worst. So at the end, always update.
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