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Fujifilm X-H2

Fujifilm introduces a new mirrorless camera with the launch of the X-H2. The X-Hs boasts an all-new 40.2MP "X-Trans CMOS 5 HR" sensor and an "X-Processor 5" chipset to enhance image and video quality in a huge way. The new sensor has the fastest shutter speed in the X Series line with speeds of up to 1/180,000 so you can shoot wide open in the brightest conditions. It's also the first X Series model to include Pixel Shift Multi-Shot function for high-resolution images with improved color accuracy and it's the first APS-C camera on the market to support 8K/30P video recording in Apple ProRes. Additional features include enhanced autofocus with deep learning technology, 5-axis in-body IBIS, a 5.76-million-dot EVF with .8x magnification, a 1.62-million-dot vari-angle LCD monitor, CFexpress Type B and UHS- SD memory card support, and a sealed body with 79 weather-sealed points to protect the camera from dust and moisture. 


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