Fuji's new X-H2S camera spy photos exposed

Fujirumors exposed Fuji's new X-H2S camera, which is expected to be released at the end of this month. As shown above, Fuji's new X-H2S camera is equipped with a flip screen, and the key layout has not changed much. 

According to Fujirumors, Fujifilm will hold a new product launch conference on May 31 to launch the fifth-generation X-series camera.

According to reports, Fujifilm may release new X-H2 series cameras at this conference, including two models of 26 million pixels and 40 million pixels. The X-H2S exposed today is a 26-megapixel model. Fuji's new lenses may have XF18-120mmF4, XF150-600mm, and GF20-35mm.

Fuji's new X-H2 will be an iteration of the X-H1. In early 2018, Fuji officially released the X-H1 mirrorless camera, with a starting price of $1,899.95. The Fuji X-H1 camera uses the same 24.3-megapixel APS-C frame X-Trans CMOS III sensor as the X-T2, with a maximum continuous shooting speed of 14fp, supports five-axis body image stabilization, and can shoot 4K 30p 200Mbps video.

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