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The X-H twins are the most ambitious members of the X-series to date. We can't be entirely sure how much of their respective technologies will filter down to the rest of the range, yet, but their designation as 'hybrid' cameras should allow other models to be more photo focused.

In continuing to both expand and update its lens lineup, it's clear that Fujifilm believes APS-C can continue to deliver combinations unmatched by other formats, and that can only be good news for X-series users who aren't in the market for a flagship camera.

Neither camera is cheap, but if the X-H2, with its high-res superpowers, proves as good as the X-H2S at delivering its high-speed capabilities, they leave high-end shooters rather spoiled for choice. But, now they're both placed side by side, we think the two new X-H models make a clear case for what they are and who they're intended for.