Fujifilm’s 40-megapixel X-H2 is the highest-resolution APS-C camera yet and the first with 8K video. It offers a good balance between resolution and speed, with autofocus that’s good but not quite up to par with Canon and Sony. It has a wide range of features for video, including 8K raw output and internal ProRes files. The only drawback is rolling shutter, but it’s not as bad as other APS-C cameras.
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Pros: Sharp 40-megapixel images, 8K video, good autofocus and shooting speeds, in-body stabilization
Cons: Some rolling shutter, high price for an APS-C camera
Engadget Score: 89
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