08 Sep Fujifilm Firmware Updates Coming for X Series: X-Pro2 to Get 4K Video
Source: Fujifilm Insider
Fujifilm announced today that a series of firmware updates are coming to X Series mirrorless cameras later this year. As rumors foretold, the X-Pro2 will be getting 4K video recording as part of its update.
The new firmware versions will be released for the X-Pro2, X-T2, X100F, and X-T20 to add new features and improve operability. Here’s a breakdown of what’s coming to each camera:
Fujifilm X-Pro2 Version 4.0
Addition of 4K video mode using Film Simulation modes (excluding HDMI output for recording).
Supports tether shooting via USB or Wi-Fi using compatible software to enable transfer of images to a computer, or to control the camera from the computer. (Requires FUJIFILM X Acquire and Tether Shooting Plug-in PRO/Tether Shooting Plug-in)
New AF tracking algorithm enhances AF-C to track moving subjects half the size, or moving twice as fast as previous models.
Supports FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO which enables users to convert RAW files with X Processor Pro.
Improves radio flash controller usability allowing users to shoot with compatible third party studio flash in high speed sync or TTL mode via their radio controllers.
Supports backup and restore of camera settings from one camera to another via FUJIFILM X Acquire.
Fujifilm Firmware Updates Coming for X Series: X-Pro2 to Get 4K Video posted on Fujifilm Insider on .