The long-awaited Fuji X-H2 is apparently on the way, but unlike the original, there are seemingly going to be two separate X-H2 models. The regular X-H2 and an X-H2S. The X-H2 is rumoured to be a high-resolution model with a ~40mp sensor capable of shooting 8K video, but there hasn’t really been any evidence to back up those rumours. The X-H2S, on the other hand, has had its entire spec sheet leaked.
The leak comes just before Fuji is expected to officially announce a new camera at X Summit. It’s now expected that this camera will indeed be the X-H2S. The specs sheet, though, tells us most of what we need to know. It has a 26-megapixel X-Trans sensor, features dual UHS-II SD and Cfexpress Type B card slots, and shoots up to 6.2K resolution video at 30fps, as well as 4K at up to 120fps.