Fujifilm X-H2S Camera
While many camera makers focus on full-frame, Fujifilm has found a successful niche with its APS-C X-Series models. During this year's X-Summit, they've revealed a new flagship, the X-H2S. It has a 26-megapixel backside-illuminated stacked sensor, enabling 40fps performance with the electronic shutter and blackout-free shooting, with 15fps speed when using the mechanical shutter. That's paired with a five-axis in-body image stabilization system, controlled by its own sub-processor that works with the fifth-generation X Processor to ensure speedy performance and allow for AI-based functionality. The interchangeable-lens body also shoots 6K video at 30fps and will launch in July.