Is the Fujifilm XH2s Too Little Too Late?

“No!” is exactly what Reviews Editor Hillary Grigonis responded with when I talked to her about the new Fujifilm XH2s before the announcement. Why? With the Fujifilm XH2s being officially announced, we’re sure it will be the single most polarizing camera in the system. Many photographers didn’t like the Fujifilm XH1, which was evident in the fact that it didn’t sell. So, Fujifilm slashed its price and included the vertical grip with it. And that’s the only way they cleared the units out of the warehouses. After a lot of careful thought, I think this camera will be just as polarizing.

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What I Really Want to See in the Fujifilm X Pro 4 (Wishful Thinking)

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The Fujifilm X Pro 3 is one of my favorite digital cameras. It’s not perfect, but it’s very close to it. I’ve stated before that it’s a camera for the “thinking photographer.” This photographer often plans ahead and doesn’t need to sit there fiddling around with exposure dials and all. The last time I talked about the X Pro 4, some folks took offense to this. Quite honestly, I really hope Fujifilm doesn’t change this. And here’s what I really want to see from the Fujifilm X Pro 4 when it finally comes out.

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