The speedy Fujifilm X-H2S is like a mini Nikon Z9 for half the price

Fujifilm has just pulled the covers off its next-gen X-series mirrorless camera – and the X-H2S is the most powerful camera it’s ever made. In fact, the X-H2’s new stacked APS-C sensor means it offers similar shooting speeds to the Nikon Z9 for less than half the price. (Want to jump straight to our early verdict? Read our hands-on Fujifilm X-H2S review).

The caveats here are that the Fujifilm X-H2S has a smaller APS-C sensor than the full-frame Nikon Z9, and we don’t yet know exactly how its upgraded autofocus – which has new subject-detection powers – will perform in the wild. But on paper the X-H2S is certainly one of the most powerful cameras in its weight class, and that includes the new Canon EOS R7.

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