Fujifilm X-H2S review: The most powerful APS-C camera yet

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With the X-H2S, Fujifilm has a new flagship camera. It has a new 26.2-megapixel stacked sensor that delivers shooting speeds up to 40 fps in electronic shutter mode. At the same time, it has the most advanced video features of any APS-C camera, with up to 6.2K video, 4K 120p and 1080 240p. It also offers in-body stabilization, a high-resolution EVF, CFexpress support and more. The main drawback, and it’s a small one, is that the autofocus still isn’t quite as fast as we’ve seen on Sony and Canon’s latest APS-C cameras.

Pros: Fast shooting, good handling, high image quality, minimal rolling shutter, excellent video capabilities

Cons: Expensive, stabilization not great for video, autofocus behind Canon and Sony

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