19 Jan The Fujifilm X-Pro2 Receives Its Long Promised 4K Video Capability at Last, But Is It Everything We’ve Been Hoping For?
Source: Fujifilm Insider
Fujifilm released its long-awaited firmware version 4.00 for the X-Pro2 digital rangefinder camera late December 2017, bringing six significant new features to this still revolutionary APS-C/Super 35 interchangeable lens hybrid camera.
Foremost of the new features is the long-promised 4K video mode (minus HDMI out for recording onto external recorders like this made by Atomos), a new autofocus algorithm for tracking subjects in motion, improved radio flash control usability, tethered shooting via USB or Wi-Fi connections, the ability to use the free Fujifilm X Raw Studio application, and back-up and restoration of camera settings through the free Fujifilm X Acquire application via USB connection to your computer.
I have briefly tried out Fujifilm X Raw Studio and Fujifilm X Acquire and it is particularly good to now be able to save and restore camera settings that often take some time to make in-camera…
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