The camera headlines might be dominated by full-frame powerhouses like the Canon EOS R3, but Fujifilm is still flying the flag for APS-C cameras with smaller sensors – and the latest rumors suggest it’s even planning to launch two versions of its upcoming Fujifilm X-H2 flagship.
According to “trusted sources” at Fuji Rumors , “Fujifilm has not one but two Fujifilm X-H2 cameras scheduled for release in 2022.” If true, that would be quite the launch for anyone who’s looking for a new hybrid camera that can shoot a mix of stills and video.
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