Fuji X-H2 Gallery Updated: Real-world shots from Fuji’s 40MP flagship camera
posted Monday, November 28, 2022 at 2:30 PM EST
Click here to browse our updated Fujifilm X-H2 Gallery
My hands-on review of Fujifilm's high-resolution flagship X Series camera is taking shape, but while I'm working on putting the pieces together for that, I wanted to share an updated selection of gallery images now we have the camera with production firmware. Shortly after the camera's announcement, we published a small, initial batch of gallery shots, but the X-H2 units we used were running pre-production firmware. We now have our review sample running production-grade firmware, and the camera is, therefore, a better representation, or rather the representation of the camera's image quality performance. We never want to make final judgment calls based on beta-level samples, so it's good to showcase the camera as you would if you purchased one yourself.
The new Fujifilm X-H2 is the high-resolution sibling of the X-H2S. Instead of a fast, stacked 26MP sensor, the X-H2 opts for a "conventional" X-Trans sensor design but one with the pixel count increased to a whopping 40 megapixels. Alongside the recently-announced X-T5, the X-H2 is the highest-resolution APS-C camera on the market. What you get rather than sheer speed -- although the X-H2 isn't a slouch in the performance department by any means -- is incredible resolving power and excellent overall image quality. if you photograph landscapes, portraits, products or editorial-style work, for example, then the Fuji X-H2 is right up your alley. And you get this image quality performance in a compact, rugged and easy-to-use camera body. Plus, if you need even more resolution, the X-H2's in-body image stabilization system allows for an even more incredible 160MP multi-shot high-res mode, much like with some of Fuji's GFX-series medium format cameras.
Stay tuned as my in-depth Fuji X-H2 Hands-on Review is coming soon, but in the meantime, head over to our X-H2 Gallery for more real-world sample images -- and be sure to browse and compare our lab test shots, too, if you haven't already!