Fujifilm X-T2 Mirrorless camera was announced back in last month (July) and the camera is just a nice solution for the the mirrorless lovers to snap portraiture, nature and sports photography. However, so far we know is that this is the first camera of Fuji in the X-series that offers 4K video. During the announcement, it was known that X-T2 offers F-Log 4K recording, but this camera can’t do so internally. It is possible only HDMI output, according to the recent report. By the way, Fujifilm may announce firmware update to make the camera capable to record 4K video internally.
As this introduction of F-Log is a first for us, we decided to go for uncompressed 4:2:2 first, which gives us the highest picture quality.
This means F-Log is provided via the HDMI output. It is compressed when recorded in-camera, and recorded at 4:2:0, so at a lower quality than uncompressed. That’s why we decided to provide F-Log only via the HDMI output.
After listening to our users’ opinions, we would like to consider internal F-Log recording.