Note that this was shot on a pre-production camera (but it’s likely to be close to or identical to the released version). The video author also utilized a variety of the film simulations that Fujifilm provides.
We recently wrote about the Fuji X-T2. There have been a lot of reviews released recently and despite the questionable positive bias and the affiliation with Fuji there is interesting information contained within:
Olympus and Fuji have been holdouts when it comes to 4K video in their cameras so it’s nice to see at least one of them realizing 4K is a feature they should have. At $1,599 for the body or $1,899 with a 18-55mm kit lens, this is not a cheap camera. It features a 24MP sensor, built in Wi-Fi, 325 point AF system, and 4K with F-Log Gamma. 4K is 3840×2160 30P with a limit of 10 minutes.
Pictured: Fuji X-T1
We were happy to find out that the Fuji X-T2 will have 4K video capability. This confirmation came from a recent interviewed where a Fuji executive stated: “We will integrate the 4K video in the next models of the T series.”
It’s not clear if this camera will be launched in June or September or later, but welcome more competition in this sector.