Fujifilm's X-H2S is described as the company's 'flagship' APS-C camera, and sits significantly above anything offered in the X-series before.
Much like the OM System OM-1, the X-H2S offers the same pixel count as existing models in the lineup, but a much higher asking price. In both instances it's a question of performance: the closer you look at the specs, the more powerful you recognize the camera to be.
We're going to take that closer look at the specs but...
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