Fujifilm’s new 40.2-megapixel X-H2 camera is a dream camera for photographers

With recent announcement of the new X-H2 mirrorless camera, Fujifilm is trying to fill a hole in its lineup between its APS-C offerings and its medium format GFX line by putting a 40.2-megapixel sensor in its latest X-series body. For $1,999.95, the X-H2 seems like a fair value for a semi-pro camera with a high-resolution sensor. The all-metal build of the X-H2 and X-H2S is very rugged and feels well equipped for being thrust into a situation where your camera may take a small beating. The tilting rear LCD is sturdy, with some resistance as you turn it. It’s not the over engineered multi-tilt rear screen of the Nikon Z9, but it doesn’t feel like a glaring structural weak point. Above the grip is the top LCD, which is a large negative display that brightly illuminates (switching to a positive contrast display) with a press of the button on the side of the electronic viewfinder. It really pops in low light and remains visible even in bright light, though it drains the battery faster, so it automatically times out after 30 minutes or once the camera is turned off.