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Fujifilm X-H2 Owners Manual Available

The Fujifilm X-H2 owners manual is now available for download in PDF here and in HTML here.

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Understanding Fujifilm X-H2S versus X-H2… and Which One Would you Pick? (POLL)

Michael from Fujifilm explains the big and small differences between the Fujifilm X-H2s and Fujifilm X-H2, two Fujifilm mirrorless cameras released 3 months apart from each other, both built on the same magnesium alloy body.

And now that we know everything about these cameras (price, specs, performance, etc), I was curious to know which one you would pick if you had to buy one of them. Would you get the X-H2 or the X-H2s?

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Fujifilm X-H2 DigitalCamera Review: “Fujifilm just Broke all the Rules for APS-C camera Sensors”

Digitalcameraworld has posted its full Fujifilm X-H2 review as well as their dynamic range, noise and resolution lab results compared to other APS-C cameras such as the Fujifilm X-H2S, Canon EOS R7 and the Sony A6600.

Let me start with their final sentence:

We thought that APS-C sensors had reached their resolution limit, especially with the lack of any significant increase in real-world resolution from Canon’s 32.5MP sensor.

But the Fujifilm X-H2 has blown that idea out of the water, with resolution superior to all but a handful of full frame and medium format cameras and at a price that easily undercuts them all.

If anyone was thinking that APS-C had had its day and that full frame was the future, then Fujifilm has just blown that idea out of the water.

So, in terms of resolution, the Fujifilm X-H2 is a true beast.

In terms of dynamic range, it is actually astonishing to see the Fujifilm X-H2 getting better the higher the ISO value is, basically matching and beating at ISO800 and beyond the lower resolution Canon R7 and Sony A6600. Only the Fujifilm X-H2S can stay ahead of the X-H2 in their tests.

And in terms of noise, also here, starting at ISO800, it pretty much matches lower resolution APS-C cameras.

You can see the lab results below.

You can read the full Digitalcameraworld review of the Fujifilm X-H2 here and their test results here.

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miXed Zone: Fujifilm X-H2, X-H2S, XF56mmF1.2 R WR vs XF56mmF1.2 APD, XF18-120mmF4 Reviews and More

2022 has been a very busy year for Fujifilm so far, with lots of major announcements:


And while we know that for some of you the best has yet to come, I thought that while we wait for the Fujifilm X-T5 to drop very (very) very (very) soon, we can pass our time with a roundup dedicated to the latest and greatest.

So here it is, from comparison of the new Fujinon XF56mmF1.2 R WR with the XF56mmF1.2 R APD, lots of reviews of the Fujifilm X-H2S and its frankly amazing autofocus capabilities, the XF18-120mmF4 review by Christopher Frost, the Fuji Guys giving you a guide on the X-H2S autofocus and more.

3… 2… 1… let’s start!

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Notice of Possible Supply Delay for Fujifilm X-H2, XF18-120mmF4 and GF20-35mmF4 due to Higher Demand than Expected

Mirrorless digital camera “FUJIFILM X-H2” and Notice Concerning Supply of Fujinon Lenses “XF18-120mmF4 LM PZ WR” and “GF20-35mmF4 R WR”

Dear customers,

We would like to express our sincere gratitude for your continued patronage of Fujifilm products.

The following products released on September 29 (Thursday) have received more reservations than expected, and it may take some time to deliver the product.

We will do our best to deliver it as soon as possible, so thank you for your understanding.

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Johnnie at CineD: “Fujifilm X-H2 is Fuji’s Best Video Camera Ever Made and I Prefer it over X-H2s”

When I shared the first rumors about Fujifilm launching two X-H cameras (over 1 year ago!!!), many concluded that one will be the video centric and the other the stills centric camera.

But I insisted that this is not the difference to make.

We must think in terms of “speed” and “resolution”, as both X-H cameras are excellent hybrid cameras, and the depending on your needs you might want more speed or resolution in your videos or stills.

Incredibly though, even after the release of both cameras, many still insist that the X-H2S is the video camera and the X-H2 the stills oriented body.

So you know what I’ll do?

I’ll give the word to a videographer we all know, appreciate and trust: Johnnie Behiri from CineD (one of the very few youtubers I trust for being honest in their reviews, but also honest with how they present themselves to their audience… you know what I mean).

Anyway, after filming short documentaries with both, the Fujifilm X-H2s and the Fujifilm X-H2 (hence after really using both cameras on the field rather than just in a basement), he decided that the best video tool for his needs is the Fujifilm X-H2.

Why? Well, he explains it this way:

Personally, the X-H2 is the best camera for video FUJIFILM has ever made! I’m sure it will also cater well to those who need to produce video next to photo content as the 40.2MP sensor is sufficient for such a “dual task”. With so many resolution options (Full HD – 8K), next to a robust internal recording 4:2:2 10- bit codec (ProRes), good IBIS, and good autofocus performance, I predict that this camera will be a hit, especially considering its attractive price ($1999). Add good audio and lowlight capabilities and there you have it – a very versatile working tool! So the bottom line is, after filming with both, the X-H2S and X-H2, the latter is my preferred option. Not because I don’t appreciate Open Gate, High Frame-Rate recording, or fast sensor capability, but I can simply live with those shortcomings and in exchange earn greater recording flexibility and good IBIS performance (which is essential for my documentary work).

He ends up calling the Fujifilm X-H2 the “Swiss Army Knife” in Fujifilm’s lineup.

It is interesting to note that he mentions the vastly improved IBIS on the X-H2 over the X-H2s, which can make huge hopes to Fujifilm X-H2s shooters to get an improvement via firmware update.

And despite the high-density pixel sensor, the noise performance on the Fujifilm X-H2 is really good. He writes:

One of the things that caught my attention is how well the camera records in lowlight situations despite having a 40.2MP sensor.”

To me it looks like Fujifilm actually did quite a miracle here. At least for stills, everybody was sure the Fujifilm X-H2 would perform worst than the X-T4 or the X-H2S, but that does not seem to be the case at all. No idea how the heck the Fuji engineers were able to achieve that and I hope that down the road some Fujifilm manager will give us a more technical explanation for that.

Make sure to read the full CineD X-H2 first look here.

Fujifilm X-H2 Look Up Table (LUT) for F-Log and F-Log 2 Now Available

This LUT file is to edit the movie data below when the data is edited by a movie editor on your PC or Mac.

<LUT file for F-Log>
* F-Log movie data recorded with GFX100S, GFX100, X-E4, X-S10, X-T30 II, X-T30, X-T2, X-T3 , X-T4, X-Pro3, X-H1, X-H2S, X-H2 and X100V
<LUT file for F-Log2>
* F-Log2 movie data recorded with X-H2S and X-H2.


F-Log 3D-LUT file / F-Log Data sheet

Last updated: 9.9.2022 [10.9MB]
*Decompress the “” file and launch “.cube” file from a movie editor.
Last updated: 6.16.2022
F-Log_DataSheet_E_Ver.1.1.pdf [192KB]

F-Log2 3D-LUT file / F-Log2 Data sheet

Last updated: 9.9.2022 [1.7MB]
*Decompress the “” file and launch “.cube” file from a movie editor.
Last updated: 6.16.2022
F-Log2_DataSheet_E_Ver.1.0.pdf [120KB]


Fujifilm X-H2, X-H2S and X-T4 Autofocus Performance Comparison Sheet (and X-H2 Beats X-H2S in One Aspect)

Fujifilm has shared a data sheet with a rough autofocus comparison between the Fujifilm X-H2, Fujifilm X-H2s and Fujifilm X-T4.

It does not really tell us much, but it is interesting to note that at its best, all cameras can focus at 0.02 sec. A limitation that is given by hardware (moving the lens elements etc). And of course the X-T4 of course lacks of subject and animal tracking features.

Other than that, whenever something is moving, the Fujifilm X-H2S has the upper hand due to its stacked sensor design.

However, there is one aspect, where the Fujifilm X-H2 beats the Fujifilm X-H2S, and that’s “high frequency subject“. The reason for that is simple and Fujifilm explains it below.

X-H2’s higher pixel count increases the number of phase detection pixels, which improves AF-S focusing accuracy on subjects including landscapes and portraits. The camera also incorporates an improved AF prediction algorithm, newly developed for the X-H2S, enabling stable focusing even when using AF-C. The X-H2S excels in moving object tracking utilizing the performance of the stacked sensor, while the X-H2 excels in accurate AF for static subjects.

So there is an advantage also in having many more phase detection pixels packed closer together into a higher megapixel camera.

Fujifilm Updates List of Recommended CFexpress Cards for Fujifilm X-H2 and X-H2S

With the announcement of the 8K capable Fujifilm X-H2, Fujifilm has updated the list of compatible and best recommended CFExpress Type B Cards.

But attention, not all CFexpress Cards are made equal:

  • Some CFexpress Type B Cards can’t record 6K/4K
  • Some can record 6K/4K but not in ProResHQ
  • Some can record all video formats, but when used for bursts don’t last as long as others
  • Only 11 Card Models can do it all and can do it best

CFexpress Type B Cards – Official Fujifilm Recommended

Out of all the cards mentioned above, these are the cards without any compromise in performance at all:

In order for you to get the complete overview, I have added the full detailed chart at the bottom of this article.

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