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Fuji X-T100 Records 4K @ 15FPS for 30 Mins, But there is a ...

Fuji X-T100 camera image

Before we begin let me tell you that we have the detailed specs of Fuji X-T100 camera and its officially coming on May 24, 2018. Ok, this blog post is dedicated to our users who are continuously asking the question about Fuji X-T100 4K video mode, Well let’s talk in details. Fuji X-T100 Records 4K @ 15FPS for 30 Mins, But there is a bit problem associated with X-T100 camera.

Fuji X-T100 4K Video 4GB File Limit

Fuji X-T100 camera features 4K video recording, but it have some sort of Limited 4K video mode, the Fuji X-T100 camera 4K video is limited to 4 GB of file size. Once the 4K video reaches the 4 GB space limit and new file will be created of the same and so on. So, the Fuji X-T100 camera will automatically create 4GB of different file packs of your 30Min 4K video. The video recording will remain uninterrupted but you will going to have multiple 4 GB files of your 30 minute 4k video not a single one.

You can later punch of those files in a video editing software, and we also expect that Fuji will soon going to release a firmware update that will going to merge all this file together to create a single movie file very soon. But at the moment with the current firmware inside the Fuji X-T100 camera, You have some issues with the 4K video mode and you have to handle the multiple 4 GB files of your 30 minute 4K video.

4K Video at 15FPS

And as you can see in the specification the Fuji X-T100 camera supports 4K video recording at 15 frames per second, having a 15 frames per second is good for family and friend purpose, but at the same time it’s not so good for professional use.

I do remember when the Nikon D5 was announced it was suffering from the same kind of issue, Nikon D5 was also creating separate 4 GB files while you are using 4K video mode in the camera but later on Nikon fixed it with a firmware update.

So,  I also expect that in next few months OR within next year we will going to see a firmware update for the Fuji X T100 camera and that will going to fix the multiple 4 GB file is issues from the camera.

And one more good news many other users Where are asking that the X-T100 camera will have external microphone support or not ?,  then I must confirm you that is the upcoming X-T100 camera do have external microphone support, so you can Record pro quality audios with your video.

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6 comments to Fuji X-T100 Records 4K @ 15FPS for 30 Mins, But there is a …

  • Xclusive7

    15 FPS 😀 this is slide show back in 1900 year 😀 😀 😀 what they thought when designing this specification ???

  • Meh

    What the point of 15fps looking to twitching video? Even smartphone can recording 30fps. With these days standards it is awful.

  • Yogi

    Completely useless, even for family and friends. But, it is a still image camera, not video. So, I’m interested in image quality. I really don’t care about video specs.

  • subrato

    Well 15FPS is really not useful, just to TOP in the list of specs comparison engines.. they include half-baked features

  • Frédy BOYER

    Bien qu’amateur, les tutoriels nous rabâchent sans cesse, qu’il faut avoir en moyenne une cadence de 25 ou 50 images par seconde, pour une bonne qualité vidéo sans saccade, je m’étonne qu’on puisse réaliser de bonnes vidéos avec ce 30 fps, je ne critique rien, je cherche seulement à mieux comprendre. Merci à ceux qui comme moi cherchent à mieux comprendre. Fredy

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