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The best Fujifilm X-H2S deals in June 2022: prices and stock updates

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If you're looking for the best Fujifilm X-H2S deals, you've come to the right place. Since its launch, the Fujifilm X-H2S is the most talked about Micro Four Thirds camera (opens in new tab), and offers outstanding video and photo capabilities.

• Check out our Hands on: Fujifilm X-H2S review (opens in new tab)

The Fujifilm X-H2S boasts the highest performance for stills and videos in the history of the X Series. With double the processing power of its predecessor it offers a class-leading 40fps continuous shooting with full autofocus functions. The video specs are spectacular at 6.2K 30p uncropped, and with the option of three Apple ProRes codecs. For sports photographers, bird enthusiasts and users who do a lot of on-location work and don't want the size or price of a full-frame sensor, the Fujifilm X-H2S could be a terrifically powerful companion.

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The best Fujifilm X-H2S deals

professional speed at under a grand – is this the ultimate enthusiast camera?

Sensor: 26.1MP 23.5mm x 15.6mm (APS-C) X-Trans CMOS 5 HS | Image processor: X-Processor 5 | Lens mount: Fujifilm X-mount | AF points: 425 phase-detection points | ISO range: 80 to 51,200 | Video: 6.2K 30p, 4K 120p, 1080 240p | Viewfinder: 5.76-million-dot OLED | Size: 136.3 x 92.9 x 84.6mm | Weight (body only): 579g

Up to 7 stops of stabilization
Continuous shooting at 40fps
6.2K 30p and 4K 120p video
No eye control AF
Limited recording time without optional cooling fan

In many ways the X-H2S feels similar to the Fujifilm X-H1 (opens in new tab) when it's in your hand. However it is slightly smaller, even though it uses a bigger battery with a capacity up to 720 frames in economy mode – a full day, in other words. It features a chunky and pleasing grip that works well to give you a secure hold even in smaller hands. Just like its predecessor, it has a monochrome LCD display on the top panel that displays at a glance the key exposure settings and camera modes.

One obvious change is the addition of a dedicated record button on the top of the camera plate next to the shutter. This – alongside the 1.62-million-dot vari-angle LCD touchscreen – could cement the Fujifilm X-H2S as a more than decent hybrid camera.

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Hands on: Fujifilm X-H2S review (opens in new tab)
Best hybrid cameras (opens in new tab)
Best Fujifilm cameras (opens in new tab)
Best Fujifilm lenses (opens in new tab)

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For nearly two decades Sebastian's work has been published internationally. Originally specialising in Equestrianism, his visuals have been used by the leading names in the equestrian industry such as The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), The Jockey Club, Horse & Hound and many more for various advertising campaigns, books and pre/post-event highlights.


He is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts, holds a Foundation Degree in Equitation Science and is a Master of Arts in Publishing.  He is member of Nikon NPS and has been a Nikon user since the film days using a Nikon F5 and saw the digital transition with Nikon's D series cameras and is still to this day the youngest member to be elected in to BEWA, The British Equestrian Writers' Association. 


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