Fujifilm X-H2 Survives November Meeting About Its Future

My most reliable source for rumors that told me about Fujifilm having a meeting in November 2019 about the future of the Fujifilm X-H2 has finally gotten back to me with the results from the meeting… and it looks like the X-H line will live on but as a true flagship camera unlike its previous end of generation launch with the X-H1 that left it behind the X-T3 that was released shortly after the launch of the X-H1.

All that is known at this time is that X-H2 will come with a new sensor and likely a new processor or two in the camera along with more videocentric features. Nothing is really known yet and my source says that the leaked IM671AQR could end up instead the Fujifilm X-H2, but nothing has been decided yet.

It’s impossible at this time to tell how much this stumble threw off Fujifilm’s release schedule plus now we have parts issues due to the coronavirus outbreak which Sony has admitted is affecting them (They make Fujifilm’s sensors), but for those waiting for a new processors and sensors from Fujifilm that they will likely be waiting for the X-H2 because it will be a true flagship camera this time around.

So the release schedule will likely become Fujifilm X-H2, Fujifilm X-T5, Fujifilm X-Pro4 and so on with the return of the X-H line at the top. That being taking into consideration we will be waiting for a while since Fujifilm X-T4 and X-Pro3 were just announced recently.

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