-Highest image quality in the history of the X Series thanks to the new 40.2MP X-Trans™ CMOS 5 HR sensor -Enabling creation of stills that takes advantage of the high pixel count and 8K/30P video -Broadening image creation categories in stills and videos

TOKYO, September 9, 2022 – FUJIFILM Corporation (President and CEO, Representative Director: Teiichi Goto) is pleased to announce the launch of the mirrorless digital camera “FUJIFILM X-H2” (X-H2) in late September. It is the latest addition to the lineup of the X Series of compact and lightweight cameras renowned for their outstanding image quality, delivered by Fujifilm’s proprietary color reproduction technology.

The X-H2 features the new back-illuminated 40.2MP “X-Trans™ CMOS 5 HR”*1 sensor and the high-speed “X-Processor 5.” This is a new flagship model boasting the highest image quality in the history of the X Series, capable of capturing high-resolution stills and high-definition 8K/30P video. It extends photographic and videography coverage of the X Series further to cater to diverse user needs.

The X-H2 equips with the 40.2MP APS-C sensor, capable of producing stills and videos with outstanding high resolution, and offers the shutter speed as fast as 1/180000 sec and ISO125 as standard sensitivity, thus broadening the coverage of photographic categories. This is also the first X Series camera that provides the Pixel Shift Multi-Shot function to enable 4x higher image resolution and accurate color reproduction, as well as the Smooth Skin Effect to automatically re-touch skin which enables to produce of 160MP images and portraits with smoothed skin. The use of the AI-based Auto White Balance function supports to creation of high-quality images with ease.

The X-H2 is the first APS-C sensor camera*2 to support the recording of high-resolution 8K/30P video. It is packed with other features to facilitate high-quality video production in a variety of conditions, including the subject-detection AF to detect animals, birds, etc. with AI, as well as the five-axis in-body image stabilization (IBIS) mechanism that offers up to 7.0-stops*3 of image stabilization.

In July this year, Fujifilm introduced the FUJIFILM X-H2S (X-H2S), an X-Series flagship suited to photograph a moving subject with the ability to take up to 40 frames per second in blackout-free continuous shooting*4. Developing a double-flagship structure by adding the X-H2 to the X-H2S, the company ensures to cater to all the shooting needs of professional photographers and videographers.

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