Fuji's new X-H2 camera supports pixel shift

Fuji has now announced that it will hold the X Summit conference on September 8, and is expected to officially release the new X-H2 camera.

According to Fujirumors, Fuji's new X-H2 camera will support pixel shift, and the 40-megapixel shake becomes 160 million.

According to sources, this is the first time Fujifilm has supported pixel shifting on the X-Trans APS-C camera, and by doing multiple shots in this way, the X-H2 will be able to capture 160-megapixel images .

According to previous reports, the X-H2 will use the same design as the X-H2s, focusing on still image shooting, equipped with a 40-megapixel APS-C sensor, equipped with the latest X-Processor 5 processor, and is expected to sell for $1999 (about 13493.25 RMB), between the X-H2S and X-T4.

Fuji's latest X-H2s camera is equipped with a new 26.16- megapixel stacked "X-Trans CMOS 5 HS" sensor , equipped with an improved autofocus system, capable of shooting up to 40 frames per second, and, Thanks to the newly developed subject recognition AF technology, even 6K/30P and 4K/120P video can be shot . It also offers a wealth of features, including five-axis in-body image stabilization with up to 7.0 stops of compensation, a rugged magnesium alloy body, hardware that incorporates the operability improvements of the previous model, and compatibility with CFexpressTM Type B cards various interface options such as new card slots.

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