The new V2.0 Firmware update is finally here for the Fujifilm X-T3 (as well as the X-H1), let’s take a look at what’s new.
Since first being announced a month ago (here’s our original write-up), Fujifilm has finally dropped its V2.0 firmware update for the Fujifilm X-T3 (as well as the X-H1). The X-T3 in particular has been a hot commodity for filmmakers and video professionals as it stacks up quite nicely in comparisons with the other mirrorless offerings on the market.
So we’ve been excitedly waiting on this new update for the Fujifilm X-T3 and its updated 4K HDR and clip limit. Full details and download instructions below.
Fujifilm X-T3 Firmware Update V2.0
The big news for the X-T3 is definitely the addition of supporting 4K HDR video recording in Hybrid Log Gamme (HGL), which allows for capturing richer and more dynamic footage with a wider highlight shadow range.
However, many film and video professionals have really been interested in news about the V2.0 firmware update dropping the 4GB clip limit. There is a caveat though as you’ll need to make sure that you’re using SD cards 64GB or larger, and your clips will no longer be split past 4GB.
Here is the full list of updates for the Fujifilm X-T3 firmware update:
4K HDR video recording in Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG)
Simultaneous video output with different profiles is now supported: You can now display Film Simulation on an external monitor while recording in F-LOG internally. Note that you can’t do it in 4K 60p due to a hardware limitation.
Display color temperature (Kelvin) on EVF/LCD
Supports slower shutter speeds with DCI4K/4K 29.97P/25P/24P/23.98P
Using H.264 compression, you will now to be able to select ALL-Intra at a maximum bitrate of 400Mbps.
Compatible with ALL-Intra and maximum bitrate 400Mbps with H.264. Using H.264 compression, you will now to be able to select ALL-Intra at a maximum bitrate of 400Mbps.
Display power supply icon. Power supply icon is displayed on EVF/LCD while using AC adapter (AC-9VS), or Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD (*5) and Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD (*6).
Fix of slight defects.
Fujifilm X-H1 Firmware Update V2.0
In addition to firmware updates for the X-T3, Fujifilm has also dropped a firmware update for the Fujifilm X-H1 to help with image stabilization and dropping a similar 4GB video recording clip. Full details below.
In-body image stabilization and optical image stabilization now work together to improve overall stability.
Recording over 4GB movie file as one file (Movie files are no longer split when the file reaches 4GB file size. The file is recorded as one file providing an SD memory card greater than 32GB is used)
How to Update Fujifilm Firmware Update V2.0
Fujifilm stipulates that updating your Fujifilm camera is not a requirement, but is highly recommended. To update, simply download the update from Fujifilm’s website, and follow the instructions to upload it to a formatted memory card, then insert into your camera and allow it update!
Here is the link to download from Fujifilm’s website.