Fujifilm’s new X-H2 finally pushes its APS-C camera system to higher resolution

A three-quarters view of the Fujifilm X-H2 camera with new 56mm f/1.2 lens mounted to it.
The Fujifilm X-H2 camera with the upcoming XF 56mm f/1.2 R WR prime lens mounted. | Image: Fujifilm

After years of APS-C mirrorless cameras with resolutions in the 20-something megapixel range, Fujifilm is finally pushing things forward with the latest camera in its X-series line. At its X Summit event in New York City today, Fujifilm is announcing a new high-res X-H2 camera with a 40.2-megapixel X-Trans sensor with 8K video. This pro-oriented camera looks just like the recent X-H2S it’s based on, matching it with the same processor, in-body image stabilization system, dual card slots, electronic viewfinder, and more. It’s nearly the same camera with a different sensor for those who value megapixels most. Though the higher resolution counterpart will cost about $500 less than the X-H2S when it ships in late September for $1,999.95…

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Author: Antonio G. Di Benedetto