EOSHD Fuji X-T2 Video Coverage

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EOSHD seems excited about the Fujifilm X-T2 being competitive with cameras like the GH4 and future GH5, while surpassing the Sony a6300. Most of the specs in the article are a known, but the analysis is from a videographers perspective.

“The sensor features the X-Trans array and no low-pass filter which is quite evident in the 4K results – they are extremely sharp. More so to my eye than the Sony cameras. You might actually want to tone down the sharpness as much as possible in-camera and in post and use a 180 degree shutter angle for a more natural look.

All the beautiful ergonomic flourishes I enjoyed about the original X-T1 are present here, with the lovely styling, sensible controls and articulated screen. The EVF is again the star of the show being significantly better than any other mirrorless camera at the time of writing that shoots 4K video, apart from one exception – the Leica SL. The EVF on the X-T2 promises a 100fps refresh rate mode, a big improvement over the X-T1.”


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  • James Donahue

    No returns on the feather duster