Addition of “Focus Bracketing”
The update will enable the photographer to shoot focus distance bracketing up to 999 frames. When the photographer starts shooting, the focal location is shifted with each activation of the shutter by the step of focus shift set from 1 to 10.
Compatible with the newly developed cinema lens FUJINON MKX18-55mmT2.9 lens and FUJINON MKX50-135mmT2.9 lens
The upgrade will add compatibility for the newly developed FUJINON MKX18-55mmT2.9 lens and FUJINON MKX50-135mmT2.9 lens
1. Aperture information can be displayed on the monitor. The upgrade allows users to select T-stop or F-stop.
2. The upgrade allows users to check the focus distance with the distance indicator shown on the monitor.
3. Automatically corrects the distortion and the color/brightness shading.
4. Camera automatically calculate the White Balance based on the lens position and deliver the color expressions with Film Simulation modes
Addition of F-log SD card recording
The upgrade allows users to record F-log movie data into their SD card.
Addition of 1080/120P high-speed video mode
The upgrade allows users to shoot 1080/120P high-speed video (1/2, 1/4 and 1/5 speed slow motion), ideal for recording spectacular slow-motion footage
Enhanced Phase Detection AF
Latest updates to the AF algorithm provide the following performance enhancements:
1. The low-light limit for phase detection autofocus has been improved by approximately 1.5 stops from 0.5EV to -1.0EV, raising the precision and speed of autofocus in low-light environments.
2. The range at minimum aperture has been expanded from F8 to F11. For example, even when using the XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR with the teleconverter XF2X TC WR, phase detection autofocus can now be used.
3. Major improvements have been made to the AF-C performance while operating the zoom, which provides major benefits when shooting sports and other scenarios in which the subjects moves unpredictably.
4. Finely-detailed surface textures of wild birds and wild animals can now be captured at high speed and with high precision as a result of improvement in phase detection autofocus.
Addition of “Flicker Reduction”
For enhancing the quality of indoor sports photography, the upgrade allows users to reduce flicker in pictures and display when shooting under fluorescent lighting and other similar light sources.
Enlarged and customizable indicators or information
The upgrade allows users to enlarge indicators and information in the viewfinder and/or LCD monitor. This upgrade will also enable users to customize the location of where the information is shown on the display.
LARGE INDICATORS MODE
LARGE INDICATORS DISP.SETTING
New AF tracking algorithm for moving subject
Thanks to the newly developed image recognition algorithm, the update enhances AF-C to track moving subjects twice as fast as previous firmware. In addition, the update also enhances tracking to be able to capture up to 50% smaller moving subjects than before.
Support “FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO”
Once connecting a camera to a computer via USB cable, the “FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO” enables users to convert RAW files with X-Processor Pro. The first batch processing will also be available. The “FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO” can be downloaded from the FUJIFILM website for free.
Improve radio flash controller usability
The upgrade allows users to shoot with compatible third party studio flash in high speed sync. or TTL mode via their radio controllers.
Support for backup/restore of camera settings via FUJIFILM X Acquire
Once connecting a camera to a computer via USB cable, the “FUJIFILM X Acquire” allows users to backup/restore camera settings to/from a file. Copying all camera settings from one camera to another is available.
Support for computer tethering via Wi-Fi
The update adds support for computer tethering via Wi-Fi.
Addition of “All” AF mode
With the update, select “All” in the AF mode so that you can select the AF mode and Focus Area size by only using the Command Dial.
Function extension for “Shutter AF” and “Shutter AE”
With the update, you can specify different settings for AF-S and AF-C in “Shutter AF” and for AF-S / MF and AF-C in “Shutter AE.”
Addition of “-6” and “-7” to EVF’s brightness setting
Additional options of “-6” and “-7” to the “EVF Brightness” setting so that, even in an extremely low-light condition, the brightness of the EVF does not distract you from shooting.
Shooting RAW in Bracketing and Advanced Filters
The update enables you to use the RAW format when shooting not only in AE Bracketing but also in other Bracketing modes (ISO, Dynamic Range, White Balance, Film Simulaitons) and also in Advanced Filter modes.
Extended ISO 125 and 160 selectable
The update adds ISO125 and ISO160 to extended ISO levels available.
Programmable long exposure of up to 15 minutes
Long exposure in the T mode currently goes only up to 30 seconds. The update will allow users to extend it up to 15 minutes.
ON/OFF for 1/3-step shutter speed adjustment
The update allows you to turn off the Command Dial’s function to adjust shutter speed by 1/3 steps in order to prevent unintended adjustments.
Full-range ISO adjustments with the Command Dial
With the update, set the ISO “A” position to “Command” to adjust ISO sensitivity across the full range, including extended ISOs, with the Front Command Dial.
“AUTO” setting added for the minimum shutter speed in the ISO Auto setting
The update adds an AUTO option for the minimum shutter speed in the ISO Auto setting, that allows the camera to automatically define the minimum shutter speed according to the focal length of the lens attached.
Faster “Face Detection AF”
The update enables the use of Phase Detection AF for faster performance in Face Detection AF.
Improved in-focus indication in the AF-C mode
The update reduces focus hunting in the AF-C mode, making it easier to track a subject.
Addition of a smaller Focus Point size in Single Point AF
The update adds a smaller Focus Point size in Single Point AF, bringing the total number of available sizes to six. The new smallest size facilitates pin-point focusing.
Addition of “Portrait / Landscape AF Mode Switching”
The update allows you to specify separate AF mode and AF point settings for portrait orientation and landscape orientation.
Change of focus frame position while enlarging it
The update allows you to move the position of focus frame while enlarging it in Single Point in the AF-S mode or in the Manual Focus.
Activation of the Eye Sensor in video recording
The update allows you to use the Eye Sensor during video recording to automatically switch between EVF and LCD.
Change of ISO sensitivity during video recording
The update allows you to change ISO setting during video recording.
Re-autofocusing in video recording
With the update, half-press the Shutter Release button or press the button assigned to “AF-ON” function during video recording to re-do autofocusing.
Display live histogram during video recording
The update allows you to display a live histogram during video recording.
Optimization of external microphone’s input level
The update optimizes external microphone’s input level (lower limit revised from -12dB to 20dB) to reduce white noise when an external microphone with preamp is connected.
Addition of “Eye Sensor + LCD Image Display” in the View Mode
The update gives the “Eye Sensor + LCD Image Display” option in the View Mode that allows you to shoot through the viewfinder and check images on the LCD, just as you would with an SLR.
Constant “Dual Display mode”
With the update, the small window in the Dual Display mode stays on even when you half-press the shutter release button.
Automatic vertical GUI for LCD
With the update, when you hold the camera in the portrait orientation, the camera will automatically display the GUI on the LCD in the same orientation.
Naming Custom Settings
The update allows you to assign a specific name to Custom Settings 1 – 7.
Copyright Information for EXIF data
The update allows you to register the photographer’s name and the copyright holder’s name in advance so that the camera automatically adds the information to EXIF data for each image.
Voice Memo function
The update enable you to record 30-second “Voice Memo” clips in the Playback mode.
Extended AE Bracketing
The update extends AE Bracketing from the current 3 frames +/-2EV to up to 9 frames +/-3EV.
Addition of “Shoot Without Card” mode
With the update, you can have the “Shoot Without Card” mode turned OFF so that the camera can not shoot when there is no SD card inserted.
Switch over of the main and sub displays in the Dual Display mode
The update allows you to switch between the main and sub displays in the Dual Display mode.
Function assignment to the Rear Command Dial
With the update, you can assign a specific function to be activated when the Rear Command Dial is pressed.
24.3MP X-Trans* CMOS III Sensor
The FUJIFILM X-T2 features a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor for outstanding image quality. Its highly random pixel array effectively reduces moiré and false colors without the use of an optical low-pass filter. When combined with an XF lens, the sensor delivers images with a perceived resolution far greater than the number of pixels used. Other features include outstanding read speed, high-speed continuous shooting, high-precision AF tracking, highly faster liveview refresh rate and superb video recording.
The sensor readout speed is now approximately twice as fast, delivering high-speed continuous shooting, precise AF tracking, playback and higher quality movies.
- 2:X-Trans Color Filter
- 3:L/R Light Interception Filter
- 4:Phase Detection Sensor / Green Filter Pixel
Excellent image processing from X-Processor Pro
The FUJIFILM X-T2 features a new CPU for high-speed processing. The Buffer memory has also been increased for an even faster response.
The X-Processor Pro image processing engine is approximately four times faster than the previous model. The increased built-in memory and enhanced computational power bring out the maximum capabilities of the X-Trans CMOS III sensor. It produces high quality images and improves response times for shorter delays between shots, reduced shutter-release time lag and greater AF precision. The engine also delivers faster Live View refresh rates and reduces image delay when tracking moving subjects.
To create photographs that are truly memorable they need texture, depth and atmosphere.
Film Simulation modes reflect Fujifilm’s color philosophy created through years of photographic film manufacturing
Incorporating knowledge developed from over 80 years of photographic film manufacturing, the FUJIFILM X-T2’s Film Simulation modes allow you to enjoy different color tones and rich gradations as if actually swapping films. A total of 15 modes are available, including PROVIA and Velvia to reproduce vibrant colors, plus ACROS for fine-detailed monochrome images. The Grain Effect function can be combined with all Film Simulation modes to add a textured look and deliver a greater range of artistic effects.
ACROS (+Ye / R / G FILTER)
MONOCHROME (+Ye / R / G FILTER)
Precisely capturing the subject
Larger high-speed and high-precision phase detection AF area coupled with performance improvements
AF performance has been improved in a number of keys areas. The fast and accurate phase detection AF now covers a larger part of the frame and has been optimized in the area where users are most likely to position the main subject. At the same time, the FUJIFILM X-T2 boasts significant focusing improvements on small highlights, low contrast subjects and subjects with fine textures, which have previously caused problems for focal plane phase detection AF. Contrast detection AF, which excels in low light conditions, has also received a performance boost, with the ability to accurately focus in light levels as low as -3EV. The camera also refocuses more regularly during the slow burst mode in AF-C.
The phase detection area has been expanded by approx. 230% compared to previous models, with the number of focus points increasing from 49 to 91 (up to 325). The camera also activates phase detection AF more frequently to take advantage of its AF speed and accuracy in a greater variety of situations.
The AF algorithm has been improved to boost the camera’s ability to capture subjects that have previously caused problems for phase detection AF. Subjects with delicate textures, such as bird feathers, can now be focused on quickly and precisely.
Eye Detection AF automatically detects human eyes
Choose Face Detection to automatically detect human faces, or turn on Eye Detection AF to automatically detect and accurately focus on human eyes for successful portraits with a shallow depth of field. You can also define the area of priority focus, for example right or left eye, or the eye closer to the camera. These functions have been upgraded for improved accuracy to a level that will impress professional photographers. They are particularly effective when shooting with the XF56mmF1.2 R / XF56mmF1.2 R APD or XF90mmF2 R LM WR lenses.
Pinpoint accurate focusing in MF mode
The FUJIFILM X-T2 has a variety of functions that assist pinpoint focusing in the MF mode. Set the Focus Mode Lever to MF and rotate the focus ring to access a variety of MF Assist functions. These include Focus Peaking, in which color is used to show the parts of the image that are in focus, and Digital Split Image, where focus is achieved by lining up the split image strips in the center. These features are particularly useful in macro photography and portraiture, which involve a shallow depth of field and require focusing precision.
Focus Lever to instantly change the focusing point
The focus area can be changed in eight directions using the FUJIFILM X-T2’s Focus Lever: up/down, right/left and diagonally. This allows users to make quick changes to the focus area for accurate focusing after composing an image. This feature is useful not only to shift the AF points during autofocusing, but also to quickly choose the area to be enlarged in MF Assist mode during manual focusing.
A new AF brain to capture the decisive moment every time
Three parameters controlling AF-C
Fujifilm has substantially improved the AF-C algorithm to boost the accuracy of the FUJIFILM X-T2’s ability to track moving subjects. You can now fine tune how the camera reacts to the way the subject moves within the frame, how fast the subject moves and where in the frame the camera prioritizes focus. The five presets in the AF-C Custom Settings represent combinations of these three factors.
This setting allows you to specify whether the camera should switch its focus to a different subject or retain its focus to wait for the subject to reappear. This control is useful when the object you are tracking disappears behind an obstacle, goes out of the frame or when a second object at a substantially different distance from the subject comes into the frame, Selecting 0 makes the camera switch its focus immediately, while choosing 1-4 progressively lengthens the time it will retain focus.
Speed Tracking Sensitivity
This setting defines the camera’s tracking characteristics based on changes to the subject’s speed. Selecting 0 (constant speed), the camera does not consider change of speed when predicting subject movements. Choose 2 (variable speed) and the camera takes speed changes into account when predicting subject movement, making it suitable for accelerating or decelerating subjects.
Zone area Switching
This setting is available only in the Zone AF mode, and allows you to specify which part of the selected focusing zone should be given focusing priority. Select CENTER to maintain focus in the center of the frame, or FRONT to switch the focus to a subject at the front of frame when the original subject moves out of shot. AUTO tracks the subject you first focused on.
Use a setting to match the subject’s movements for perfect tracking
AF-C Custom Settings
The AF-C Custom Setting allows you to select one of five AF presets according to the subject’s movements to obtain perfect focus tracking. Based on how the subject moves, you can select a preset from, for example, Preset 2: Ignoring obstacles, Preset 3: For subjects that accelerate / decelerate, Preset 4: For subjects that suddenly come into the frame or Preset 5: Subjects with erratic movements to obtain optimum settings for accurate subject tracking. A combination of three factors: Tracking sensitivity, Speed tracking sensitivity and Zone area switching, may be manually set and registered as Preset 6: Custom.
|Tracking Sensitivity||Speed Tracking Sensitivity||Zone area Switching|
|Preset 1: Basic||2||0||AUTO|
|Preset 2: Ignoring obstacles||3||0||CENTER|
|Preset 3: Accelerating / decelerating subjects||2||2||AUTO|
|Preset 4: For subjects that suddenly come into the frame||0||1||FRONT|
|Preset 5: Erratically moving subjects||3||2||AUTO|
Preset 1 : Basic
This is a standard setting for moving subjects in general. It is used by default when there is no specific AF-C Custom Setting selected. This is closest to the AF-C setting on previous models.
Preset 2 : Ignoring obstacles
Suitable when objects other than the subject enter the focusing area due to the subject going out of the frame or obstacles obscuring the subject.
Preset 3 : Accelerating / decelerating subjects
The perfect setting for subjects whose speed of movement changes significantly. It is particularly effective when using a lens featuring a linear motor for high-speed focus tracking.
Preset 4 : For subjects that suddenly come into the frame
Allows the camera to instantly focus on a subject that comes into the focusing area, with priority given to objects closest to the camera. It is ideal for subjects that suddenly appear in the focusing frame.
Preset 5 : Erratically moving subjects
This is suitable when subjects are moving at varying speeds in different directions, coming in and out of the focusing area. It is perfect for shooting field sports, etc.
Preset 6 : Custom
Manually create a preset optimized for the specific movement characteristics of your subject. You can adjust subject retention level, acceleration / deceleration level and zone area priority to your preference, then save them using this preset.
Get back to basics by shooting through the viewfinder
High-resolution Real Time Viewfinder with a 0.77x magnification ratio
The 2.36-million-dot high-resolution organic EL electronic viewfinder has a magnification ratio of 0.77x, a horizontal viewing angle of 31 degrees, and a display time lag of just 0.005 seconds. The viewfinder, which is 2 times brighter than the previous model, also features an automatic brightness adjustment function so it’s easy to see in all conditions – even intense backlighting. It completely eliminates moiré or false colors, and boasts performance comparable to an optical viewfinder, but with the added advantage of displaying a live view that reflects exposure settings.
Up to 100 fps EVF refresh rate for a clear display even in low light
As standard, the EVF refreshes at a rate of 60 fps, but in Boost mode this jumps to 100fps, which continuously displays even fast-moving subjects smoothly to deliver a performance comparable to that of an optical viewfinder. The fast refresh rate is maintained even in low light for easy framing during night shooting.
Focusing on subjects with erratic movements
Continuous shooting performance has also been improved, enabling up to 11fps when using the mechanical shutter* and 5fps in the Live View mode. The viewfinder blackout time is now less than half that of the previous model. This means that you can track a fast-moving subject more easily for an extended period of time during continuous shooting. The combination of advanced continuous shooting options and EVF performance deliver continuous AF-C shooting never previously thought possible with mirrorless cameras.
Difference in blackout times between previous model and X-T2
2.Time in which the subject can be viewed through the viewfinder
Fresh shooting experience with clear details and a comfortable at-a-glance view of your settings.
“FULL” mode takes full advantage of the high magnification ratio of the FUJIFILM X-T2’s viewfinder to give an unrivalled view of the scene. “NORMAL” provides an optimum view, including shooting settings and “DUAL” is specially designed for manual focusing with a clever split view. In the “NORMAL” and “FULL” modes, the view automatically rotates for a vertical orientation when the camera is held vertically.
Taking full advantage of the high magnification ratio of the FUJIFILM X-T2’s viewfinder, “FULL” mode gives you the full field of vision available. Any obstruction of the view is avoided by placing shooting information at the top and bottom of the display screen. Ideal for composing expansive landscapes, Wide is also great when manually focusing portraits and other subjects, allowing you to easily determine the perfect focus.
When shooting with Autofocus, the “NORMAL” mode lets you concentrate on framing the shot while keeping you aware of how the shooting conditions are changing, making it the perfect setting for sports and action photography.
Hold the camera vertically and the information display automatically and smoothly rotates so it’s ideally positioned for easy reading. Without taking your eye from the viewfinder, you can also check your images in vertical orientation for a truly seamless shooting experience.
In the viewfinder’s “DUAL” mode, you can enjoy a view of the subject unlike anything seen through a traditional optical viewfinder. In Manual Focus, Dual cleverly displays a split screen that lets you see both a regular view of the scene, as well as the Focus Assist view (Focus Peaking and Digital Split Image Focus) at the same time, so focusing is easy and precise.
You can even customize the shooting information that’s displayed in the viewfinder for easy confirmation of just about any setting you might need — it all helps to free you up, keep your eye on the action and concentrate on the essential pleasure of photography.
- Continuous mode
- IS mode
- Depth-of-field preview
- AF+MF indicator
- Exposure indicator
- Focus frame
- Distance indicator
- Shooting mode
- AE lock/TTL lock
- Time remaining
- Number of available frames
- Date and time
- Dynamic range
- White balance
- Control lock
- Shutter type
- Self-timer indicator
- Focus check
- Flash (TTL) mode/flash compensation
- Shutter speed
- Focus mode
- Movie mode
- Card slot options
- Image quality and size
- Location data download status
- Film simulation
- Boost mode
- Battery level
- Exposure compensation
4K High-Definition Video
High quality video recording
The FUJIFILM X-T2 captures approx. 1.8x the required number of pixels for 4K video (4K/30P, 25P, 24P) and 2.4x the required data for full HD video (1080/60P, 50P, 24P) to deliver superior movie quality free from moiré or artifacts. It also supports the high bit rate of 100Mbps.
|Crop||Output resolution||Input resolution||Bit rate|
|4K||1.17x||3,840 x 2,160||5,120 x 2,880||100Mbps|
|FULL HD||1.0x||1,920 x 1,080||3,000 x 1,687||100Mbps|
Film Simulation on video recording
Film Simulation modes are available during video recording. Movie shooters can enjoy extra creativity, without the need for lengthy post-production, including monochrome video in ACROS and documentary-themed tones in CLASSIC CHROME. You can also change settings such as aperture, shutter speed and exposure compensation while recording video.
Simultaneous HDMI output to an external monitor
Simultaneous HDMI output Built-in stereo connector
Video can be output via HDMI during recording, allowing you to simultaneously check footage on the camera’s LCD monitor or EVF and an external monitor. The data can even be recorded onto an external recorder as you film in the uncompressed format. As for 4K movie, you can choose log gamma “F-Log” to record a wider dynamic range than normal video mode.
For photographers who demand precise operation in all conditions
Solid body with resistance to dust, moisture and low temperatures
The FUJIFILM X-T2’s body is made of magnesium alloy. Despite being compact and lightweight, it is both solid and highly durable. The body is also weather-sealed in 63 points to achieve a high level of resistance to dust and moisture. Couple this with its ability to work in temperatures down to -10°C and you’ll see the camera is ready for anything. Similar weather-sealing is applied to the dust-resistant and water-resistant lenses and the Power Booster Grip to provide weather resistance across the entire system.
Dual SD card slots
The body features dual slots to accommodate two SD cards for highly reliable data storage. Both Slot 1 and Slot 2 are compatible with UHS-II standards for excellent write speeds. You can use the slots for sequential recording, backup, sorting to record RAW files in Slot 1 and JPEG files in Slot 2, or assign one of the slots for video storage.
Exceptionally balanced for a comfortable and reliable grip
The FUJIFILM X-T1’s grip has been further developed and now offers even greater comfort on the FUJIFILM X-T2 thanks to a larger area set aside as a thumb rest. Locking mechanisms have also been introduced for the SD Card Cover and Battery Cover.
Three-direction tilting LCD screen
The FUJIFILM X-T2 features a premium LCD screen that can tilt in three directions. Tilt it up and down when shooting in landscape, and upward when shooting in portrait. The screen remains positioned on the optical axis of the lens for easier high-angle and low-angle shooting. The 3-inch LCD has 1.04 million dots and uses toughened glass. When not tilted, it fits flush to the body.
Dial-based operation means you’re better prepared for any photo opportunities
Lockable dials deliver quick and simple handling
Key exposure controls are dial-based, such as setting the shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, exposure compensation, Drive Mode and Metering Mode. This means settings can easily be changed, even when the camera is turned off. Selected controls also feature lock and release buttons to enhance overall operation.
Exposure Compensation Dial with the C position
The frequently-used exposure compensation function can be operated using the top-plate dial for adjustments in 1/3 increments up to ±3EV. Select the C position for exposure compensation of up to ±5EV using the camera’s Command Dial. When using the Power Booster Grip featuring the Command Dial, select the C position to access exposure compensation with the camera held in the portrait orientation.
Highly-durable focal plane shutter with a maximum speed of 1/8000 sec.
The FUJIFILM X-T2 features a focal plane shutter with a maximum speed of 1/8000 sec, flash sync speed of 1/250 sec and durability of 150,000 shots. It also supports an ultra-fast, silent-operating electronic shutter with a maximum speed of 1/32,000 sec that allows you to shoot at wide apertures, even in bright sunlight.
Vertical Power Booster Grip
Grip specifically designed for the X-T2 to bring out the camera’s maximum potential
Vertical Power Booster Grip
The Vertical Power Booster Grip VPB-XT2 can fit two batteries to boost the maximum number of shots per charge to approx. 1,000*. It not only lets you hold the camera vertically more confidently, but also features a shutter release button, Q button, focus lever, command dials, AE-L button and more to maintain the same level of excellent operability during shooting. The grip features a tripod mounting socket in line with the camera’s optical axis, and is resistant to dust and water. The grip itself has battery-charging functionality, and is capable of fully charging two batteries in two hours.
Boost mode enhances performance
The FUJIFILM X-T2 is the first camera to feature the Boost mode, improving AF speed and EVF refresh rate. When fitted with the grip, the camera uses multiple batteries simultaneously to improve its performance on various aspects in the Boost mode, including continuous shooting, shooting interval, shutter release time lag and blackout time.
|NORMAL||BOOST||Camera only||With Grip|
|AF speed||0.08 sec.||0.06 sec.||○||○|
|EVF refresh rate||60fps||100fps||○||○|
|Shooting interval||0.19 sec.||0.17 sec.||○|
|Shutter time lag||0.05 sec.||0.045 sec.||○|
|High-speed continuous shooting||8 fps||11 fps||○|
Red Badge Zoom
Of the diverse lineup of FUJINON lenses, Red Badge zooms, namely XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR, XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR and XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR are the perfect fit for FUJIFILM X-T2. Add the Vertical Power Booster Grip to the body to hold the camera more comfortably, while making toughness features available for the entire system. Advanced response performance, including high-speed AF and fast continuous shooting, allows you to capture scenes of ultimate difficulty.
XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR
Zoom lens with an F2.8 aperture throughout the range for ultimate creativity.
XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR
Zoom lens offering the equivalent to a 76-213mm and with a fast aperture of F2.8 across its focal range. The lens features powerful image stabilization and is resistant to dust, water and low temperatures, making it perfect for outdoor use – even in bad weather.
XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR
Ultra-telephoto zoom covering a 152-609mm equivalent focal range. It features powerful image stabilization and resistance to dust, water and low temperatures.
X Mount Lens – the product of integrated lens & sensor development with original digital technology. Every new addition to the expanding line-up is a gem of optical excellence.
Every facet of the development and design of Fujifilm’s original X Mount began with a clean slate. The result was the marriage of high-precision optical engineering with the latest digital technology. From the acclaimed high resolution XF lens series to the compact portability of the XC lens series, each lens exploits the full potential of the X Mount’s descriptive performance.
|Model Name||FUJIFILM X-T2|
|Number of effective pixels||24.3 millions pixels|
|Image sensor||23.6mm x 15.6mm(APS-C)X-Trans CMOS III with primary color filter.
|Storage media||SD Card (-2G) / SDHC Card (-32G) / SDXC Card (-256G) UHS-I / UHS-II*1|
|Number of recorded pixels||L: (3:2) 6000 x 4000 / (16:9) 6000 x 3376 / (1:1) 4000 x 4000
M: (3:2) 4240 x 2832 / (16:9) 4240 x 2384 / (1:1) 2832 x 2832
S: (3:2) 3008 x 2000 / (16:9) 3008 x 1688 / (1:1) 2000 x 2000
|Lens mount||FUJIFILM X mount|
|Sensitivity||Standard Output Sensitivity : AUTO1 / AUTO2 / AUTO3(up to ISO12800) / ISO200 to 12800(1/3 step)
Extended output sensitivity : ISO100 / 125*3 / 160*3 /25600 / 51200
|Exposure control||TTL 256-zone metering, Multi / Spot / Average / Center Weighted|
|Exposure mode||P(Program AE) / A(Aperture Priority AE) / S(Shutter Speed Priority AE) / M(Manual Exposure)|
|Exposure compensation||-5.0EV – +5.0EV, 1/3EV step
(movie recording : -2.0EV – +2.0EV)
|Image Stabilizer||Supported with OIS type lenses|
|Shutter type||Focal Plane Shutter|
|Continuous shooting||Approx. 14.0 fps [Only Electronic Shutter](JPEG: 42 frames, Lossless compression RAW: 28 frames, Uncompressed RAW: 25 frames)
Approx. 11.0fps [with VPB-XT2](JPEG: 73 frames, Lossless compression RAW: 30 frames, Uncompressed RAW: 27 frames)
Approx. 8.0fps (JPEG: 83 frames, Lossless compression RAW: 33 frames, Uncompressed RAW: 27 frames)
Approx. 5.0fps (JPEG: endless, Lossless Compression RAW: 39 frames, Uncompressed RAW: 30 frames)
Memory Card Capacity and Image Quality / Size
All figures are approximate; file size varies with the scene recorded, producing wide variations in the number of files that can be stored.
|Modes||Still image (L)|
|Number of recorded pixels||6000 x 4000 (3:2)|
|Quality||JPEG FINE||JPEG NORMAL|
|SDHC / SDXC memory card||8 GB||540||800|
|SDHC / SDXC memory card||8 GB||150||300|
|Quality||4K (3840 x 2160)||FULL HD (1920 x 1080)||HD (1280 x 720)|
|SDHC / SDXC memory card||8 GB||9 min.||9 min.||19 min.|
|16 GB||20 min.||20 min.||39 min.|
|32 GB||40 min.||40 min.||79 min.|
|64 GB||79 min.||79 min.||158 min.|
- *For recording movies, use a card with UHS Speed Class 3 or higher.
- *Individual movies cannot exceed approx. 10 min. on 4K mode, and approx 15 min. on Full HD mode.
- *With Vertical Power Booster Grip attached, individual movie recording time is extended up to approx 30 min. on both 4K and Full HD mode.
- *Although movie recording will continue without interruption when the file size reaches 4 GB, subsequent footage will be recorded to a separate file which must be viewed separately.