Fujifilm has just released its newest mirrorless camera offering after the successful launch of the 'X-H2S.' The new high-resolution 'X-H2' camera features an X-Trans 40.2-megapixel sensor and 8K video, in addition to the same CPU, in-body image stabilization technology, dual card slots, electronic viewfinder, and other features as the latest X-H2S on which it is based. Additionally, Fujifilm has also launched two new ‘Fujinon’ lenses: the ‘XF 56mm F/1.2 fast-aperture portrait lens,’ and the ‘GF 20-35mm f/4 ultrawide-angle zoom lens.
The ‘X-H2’ can take a burst of 20 pixel-shifted images using Fujifilm’s Pixel Shift Combiner software and in-body image stabilization. It also supports 8K video at 29.97 fps.
The Fujifilm ‘X-H2’ camera is now available on the brand’s website for $1,999.95 USD, with shipping dates set for late September.
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Fujifilm Launches the New 'X-H2' Mirrorless Camera and Lenses
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