Fujifilm has been manufacturing high-quality cameras for nearly 90 years, and that fact alone should tell you the quality of the brand’s products. Now, the Japanese gadgeteer has just unveiled its new mirrorless flagship, the X-H2S, and its tech specs will simply blow you away.
This is the first Fujifilm release that features a stacked, backside-illuminated CMOS sensor and X-Processor, so it’s safe to say that this is a major step forward for the tech brand. As a result of both, The 26-megapixel camera offers blisteringly high speeds and undiminished photo quality. It boasts the latest and greatest, fifth-gen 1GHz X Processor and 6.2K shooting capabilities at 30fps, deeming it a top-notch choice for a filming session. What’s more, it even has an optional cooling fan function in case you find yourself filming for too long.
For added visual prowess, the camera features a vastly improved autofocus mode for maximized subject tracking that operates well in virtually all lighting conditions, especially when utilizing its Zone AF mode. Weighing around a pound and a half, this lightweight camera is sure to appease anyone from traveling vloggers to pro-grade shutterbugs. In addition to this, Fujifilm has announced an ecosystem that will gradually release to coincide with the X-H2S, including an XF 18-120mm powered zoom lens.
If you’re looking to capture some unrivaled photos, this option is a great place to start. Fujifilm’s high-end X-H2S is expected to release on July 7 for $2,499, but you can pre-order it now from select retailers.
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