03 Jul Fujifilm X-T2 Specs and Image leaked, Looks like 4K30fps video, 100Mb bitrate, 325 AF points
Source: DIY Photography
Here is an interesting piece of news. digicame-info, which is usually a pretty solid source (1, 2, 3) just spilled the beans on the anticipated Fujifilm X-T2. It has been two and a half years since the X-T1 was announced and it seems that it will get a nice refresh.
We took the leap and translated the site via google translate and there are some interesting nuggets in there.
I went ahead and highlighted some of the features which I think are going to be attention grabbers.
– 24.3MP CMOS sensor (up from 16 megapixels)
– Image processing engine X Processor Pro
– Video 4K30fps. Full HD60fps (up from 1920 x 1080 (30, 60p))
– Video of the bit rate is 100Mbps
– The maximum speed of the shutter is 1/8000 seconds. 1/32000 sec electronic shutter (up from 1/4000)
– Synchro speed of the flash is 1/250 seconds
– AF 325 points can be selected intelligent hybrid phase difference AF
– The body is in a magnesium alloy, improve the durability of the dial. Dust and water specification
– EVF is 2.36 million dots. Refresh rate 100fps
– 3-way tilting 3 inches 1.62 million dot LCD monitor
– Dual SD card slot. UHS-II support
– AF-C custom settings
– ISO range is ISO200-12800 (RAW)
– Wi-Fi built-in. Remote shooting correspondence. Instax Share printer support
– 16 kinds of film simulation modes, including the ACROS
– That can customize the settings screen “My Menu”
– Normal / boost mode switching
– 14bit RAW lossless compression. Camera RAW development
– Exposure compensation +/- 5EV
– 256-segment metering (multi-spot average, spot, center-weighted)
– Interval Shooting
– 13 kinds of creative filter
– The battery is NP-W126S. The number of possible shots 350 sheets
– 3.5mm microphone jack. 2.5mm remote terminal. USB3.0 terminal. Micro HDMI terminal
– You can use all of Fujinon X mount lens group
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