According to the rumors surfaced on the web, the Fujifilm X-H line is not canceled and the Fujifilm X-H2 mirrorless camera is on the horizon.
Although it is nice to know that the company will continue this series, which stands out with the body and video features it has tried with X-H1, with the Fuji X-H2 model, the release date of this high-end X-series camera is expected to be 2021. We already know that the Fujifilm XT4 was not a replacement for the XH2 and this rumor kinda proves it.
Various details have been made about the Fujifilm X-H2 features before. These included information such as sensor resolution and video shooting features. As of today, considering that the new X-T4 camera will use the same 26MP APS-c sensor as the X-T3, we can now imagine that at least the 32MP sensor will be spoken for the Fujifilm X-H2. See full Fujifilm X-T4 specifications.
On the other hand the new sensor has to provide less noise and more dynamic range so Fuji could lower the resolution for it. So we can even talk about 20 or the same 24MP sensor for X-H2. On the video side we can see 4K 60p DCI with 10-bit 4:2:0.
FujiAddict reports that the Fuji X-H line is not canceled as previously reported and there will be a new Fuji X-H2 camera coming in the future:
My most reliable source for rumors that told me about Fujifilm having a meeting in November 2019 about the future of the Fujifilm X-H2 has finally gotten back to me with the results from the meeting… and it looks like the X-H line will live on but as a true flagship camera unlike its previous end of generation launch with the X-H1 that left it behind the X-T3 that was released shortly after the launch of the X-H1. All that is known at this time is that X-H2 will come with a new sensor and likely a new processor or two in the camera along with more videocentric features.
So we are going to meet the Fujifilm X-H2 but not in 2020 as rumors suggests. The flagship mirrorless camera should arrive in the beginning of 2021 if everything goes well.
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