You don't need a huge sensor to capture high-resolution images. Fujifilm is out to prove the prior statement true with the X-H2. It has a back-illuminated, 40.2-megapixel X-Trans sensor, that combined with the X-Processor 5 and 5-axis in-body image stabilization can capture 160-megapixel images using an advanced algorithm. It also enables fast autofocus with automatic detection of subjects including people, animals, and vehicles, and with a 1/180,000 of a second electronic shutter, it can shoot wide-open even in bright conditions without losing highlight detail. It has a high-def EVF for traditional shooting, a Vari-Angle LCD for more challenging shots, and a weather-sealed body.