Well, for your convenience I’ve made a summary down below and I’ll also give you time stamps so that you can jump to the section that interests you most.
NOTE 1: when he scrolls very quickly through the images you see them unsharp. This happens because his computer is not rendering at full res. When he stops on an image it gets rendered and it becomes sharp.
NOTE 2: I speak four languages, but sadly French is not one of them (although I understand it a bit). In case any French FR-reader notices an error or wants to add something, feel free to let me know in the comments.
Also, CFexpress Cards not listed here are not properly tested by Fujifilm. This means they could perform very well, too. But they could also have a negative impact on the performance of the camera (or even don’t work with certain features).
This is important to know, as I have already seen reviewers using the Pergear CFExpress Type B card in their X-H2S first looks. Whatever those reviewers say in terms of performance, please take it with a grain of salt, as they use cards that are not on Fuji’s list.
If you treat yourself with a Fujifilm X-H2s, please stick to the recommended CFexpress Type B cards (and also UHS-II cards) listed below.
And since smaller youtube channels seem to often stay on the piece better than the big ones, today I’ll share a video of an even smaller youtube channel, in fact so small, that this time even I missed this video, but a fellow FR-reader made it notice to me today.
Passionate bird photographer liewwk Nature runs a 860 subscriber channel with hundred of bird photography videos.
A lot of it has been taken in tropical forest environment, often in tricky and low to very low light conditions and with a complex and distracting background.
In these objectively difficult conditions, Iiewwk Nature writes:
The new system just weight 2.4KG which allow us to shoot 150-600mm (225-900mm 35mm equivalent) which is one best available
This system allow me have >50% success rate 1/125 at 900mm which is my recommended minimum shutter speed for handheld.
The AF is fast and accurate (on bird eye), it may not best in market but it is very good and accurate even at low-light & complex environment.
For the Auto-focus, I think this is a huge upgrade compare previous X series. The Animal Detection just simple amazing
Keep in mind that this is the success rate mentioned is for shooting at 900mm.
In my eyes it already looks pretty amazing. And considering that this is an early pre-production firmware (on both, camera and lens), I guess it can get only better from this point on until the final firmware is released.
You can find the video down below and his blog post about his experience at liewwkphoto.
The second video below is of Lee Zavitz, who used the Fujifilm X-H2 with the XF18-120mmF4 for a portrait session and he is says that eye AF is crazy and it detects the eye even when the eyes are mostly blocked by her hair.
He says he is really impressed by eye detection and he did not expect it to be that good.
It’s still a beta firmware, but it is on par with competitors in terms of eye autofocus.