LEAKED SPECS & PRICE Fujinon XF150-600mmF5.6-8 and XF18-120mmF4 and Fujifilm X-H2S

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Nokishita leaked the specs for the Fujifilm X-H2s, Fujinon XF150-600mm and XF18-120mm.

Fujifilm X-H2S – Full Specs here

  • Sensor: Effective 26.16 million pixels X-Trans CMOS 5 HS
    Sensor cleaning system: Ultrasonic
    Media: SD (UHS-II) / CFexpress Type B
    File format: JPEG, HEIF, RAW-14bit, TIFF-8bit/16bit
    ISO sensitivity: Still ISO80-51200, Video: ISO 25600
    Image stabilization: Sensor shift type 5-axis image stabilization, 7.0 steps of effect (CIPA)
    Digital image stabilization: Video mode onlyMechanical shutter: Up to 1/8000 seconds
    Electronic shutter: 1/32000 seconds up to
    Electronic front curtain shutter: 1/8000 seconds max
    Synchro: Mecha 1/250 seconds, electronic 1/120 seconds
    Continuous shooting (electronic shutter): 40 frames per second (184 JPEGs, 175 compressed RAWs, 170 lossless compressed RAW 170 sheets, 140 uncompressed RAWs)
    Continuous shooting (mechanical shutter) 15 frames (JPEG 1000 or more, more compressed RAW 1000 or more, lossless compressed RAW or more, 1000 uncompressed RAW)AF method: Intelligent hybrid AF (contrast/phase difference), -4EV in contrast, -7EV for phase difference
    Flash: EF-X8 Guide No. 11 (ISO 200), 8 (ISO 100)
    EVF: 0.5-inch 5.76 million dot OLED, Eye Point 24mm, eye sensor
    LCD monitor: 3.0-inch 1.62 million dot vari-angle, touch type
    Sub-liquid crystal monitor: 1.28 monochrome LCD 128×128 dots
    Video: 6.2K29.97p, DCI4K59.94p, 4K59.94p, Full HD 59.94p, 4K High Speed 120p, Full HD High Speed 240pFilm simulation: 19 modes
    Battery: NP-W235
    Battery life: 720 sheets (eco mode), 580 sheets (normal mode)
    Dimensions: 136.3 x 92.9 x 84.6-42.8mm
    Weight: 660g (including battery memory card), 579g (body only)Price of X-H2S: $2,499
    File Transfer Grip: $999
    Normal vertical Grip $399
    Fan: $299
  • XF18-120mmF4.0 LM PZ WR
    – Lens configuration: 15 elements in 12 groups (3 aspherical lenses, 3 ED lenses)
    – Number of aperture blades: 7 (circular aperture)
    – Minimum focusing distance: 0.6m
    – Maximum magnification: 0.2x
    – Filter diameter: 72mm
    – Size: φ77.3 x 123.5mm
    – Weight: 460g
    – Overseas price: $899.95
  • XF150-600mmF5.6-8 R WR
    – Lens configuration: 24 elements in 17 groups (3 ED lenses, 4 Super ED lenses)
    – Number of aperture blades: 9 (circular aperture)
    – Minimum focusing distance: 2.4m
    – Maximum magnification: 0.24x
    – Filter diameter: 82mm
    – Size: φ99 x 314.5mm
    – Weight: 1.6 kg
    – Overseas price: $ 1999.95

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Fujifilm X-H2S or X-H2 or Fujifilm X-T5 or X-T5s – Which One Are You Most Interested in? VOTE NOW!

Here on FujiRumors we try to be as accurate as possible.

We multiple check, we verify, we investigate, we don’t speculate, we don’t share fakes and by doing so we reach a 90%+ rumor accuracy.

But why am I so careful with the rumors?

Well, because I know that some of you make buying decision based on our rumors, and, true story, some even cancel their holidays based on our rumors (as a well-known youtuber recently told me, who canceled a family holiday after I’ve shared the rumor of the May 31 announcements).

So, that’s quite some responsibility I have to deal with, that I try honor by being as accurate as possible.

But for one time today…

… let’s just start the week by having some fun!

I’d like to launch a survey that is totally hypothetical, has no rumor-foundations and is merely something to satisfy my curiosity and have fun to speculate about.

Let’s launch a survey, based on the assumption (not rumor, a mere speculation) that just as Fujifilm will launch a 26MP stacked sensor X-H2S and a 40MP non stacked sensor X-H2, they will also release one day a Fujifilm X-T5 with 40MP non stacked sensor and a Fujifilm X-T5s with 26MP stacked sensor.

Between these 4 cameras, which one is the one that interest you most?

And yes, I know it’s just speculation. And I know we don’t know the price of each of these hypothetical cameras (which we don’t know if/when they will come). And we also don’t know the specs. But you guys can make educated guesses and estimates on this, I am sure of that. And you also have your design and ergonomic preferences.

So, just roughly, just for fun, feel free to vote the survey below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

I am most interested in:

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Fujifilm X Summit Americas on May 31 at 2PM EST (After Event to the Global X Summit at 9AM EST)

Fujifilm has officially announced the Fujifilm X Summit Global for May 31 at 9AM New York time.

That’s when we will know everything about Fujifilm’s latest and greatest gear, when we will read and watch tons of reviews and also when we will be able to pre-order our gear.

If you want to know what will come (and what not) check out this article.

But there is more!

The Fuji Guys announced the Fujifilm X Summit Americas. It will take place always on May 31 but a few hours after the global event, at 2PM New York Time (8PM Berlin time).

Whatever is going to happen on May 31, no matter how many X summits there will be, FujiRumors will have a non-stop 24+ live coverage of everything.

I just need to buy some more coffee to get through all of this ;).

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Fujifilm X-H2 with 40MP: Do You Want it with X-Trans or Bayer CFA – VOTE NOW

If we combine what Fujifilm told us with the rumors we have shared, we can be sure that the 26MP stacked BSI Fujifilm X-H2S will have an X-Trans sensor.

But the question remains open, if the high resolution non-stacked 40MP Fujifilm X-H2 will have an X-Trans or Bayer sensor.

Now, both color filter arrays have their strengths and weaknesses. We have written about it more in detail here. In short we could sum it up like this:

  • Bayer Array: better for more features and less power hungry and less heat generation and less battery drain
  • X-Trans Array: better for image quality (sharper*, less color noise at high ISO**, more film-like grain etc)

What I would like to hear from you today is what you’d prefer. Hence, down below is a survey.

Feel free to drop your vote.

I hope the high resolution 40MP non-stacked Fujifilm X-H2 will have...

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