After a series of mirrorless releases in its XT line, Fuji has finally updated its APS-C flagship camera and introduced the 6K Fujifilm X-H2S.

The recently announced Canon EOS R7 and Canon EOS R10 gave some much-needed updates, and now Fuji has come back to the playing field to flex its muscles.

Fuji has long focused on APS-C sensors, with the Fujifilm XT-4 being not only a beautiful-looking camera but having impressive video features

the flagship returns to the market with the announcement of the Fujifilm X-H2S. But does it have enough features to compete in the APS-C sensor space? Let’s find out together.

The Fujifilm X-H2S plans on addressing this issue with a new stacked back-illuminated sensor and the X-Processor 5.

Dual Media slots give options for SD, SDHC, SDXC, or CFexpress Type B Card. On the other side, creatives will find USB-C, HDMI micro Type D, 3.5mm mic, and a 2.5mm remote plug.

Having all that resolution and power means nothing if it’s all out of focus. So Fuji has updated its tracking, autofocus, and IBIS to support those needs.

The Fujifilm XH-2 is a tiny camera. While the passively cooled and heat-dissipating body can get you solid recording time in 4K/60P and even 6.2K/30P, there are going to be limitations.