Introduction
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Introduction

The X-H1 appeared to be the start of a more video-centric line of cameras from Fujifilm. However, we've subsequently seen the release the X-T3 and X-T4, both of which provide similar or better levels of video performance.

Does the X-H series still have a future? In a recent interview with DPReview, Toshihisa Iida, General Manager of Fujifilm's Optical Device and Electronic Imaging Products Division, confirmed that the company plans to keep the X-H line, stating only that 'the concept will be very different to the X-T series.'

Assuming Fujifilm intends to keep the series video-focused, we decided to contemplate what features would be required to make the X-H2 the undisputed class-leading camera for video. The APS-C/Super35 format remains very popular among videographers for a variety of reasons: fast readout rates, less rolling shutter and relatively compact lenses among them.