Fuji X-HS will use a Stacked Sensor

Fuji X-HS will use a Stacked CMOS Sensor

The latest rumours about the upcoming Fujifilm X-HS camera suggest it will be coming with a 26MP Stacked CMOS Sensor. This will be a big upgrade from the old BSI CMOS sensor that Fuji has been using in its cameras. For those who don’t know, Stacked sensors are able to process light at a much faster speed to produce better quality images.

Fuji has two upcoming cameras, the X-HS and the X-H2. Only the X-HS will be getting the 25MP Stacked CMOS sensor for better sensitivity and better low-light performance. The X-H2 camera will be focused on video footage and will be using a 40MP High-Resolution sensor crated by Sony instead. The X-H2 will allow for 8K video recording while the X-HS will be limited to 4K video recording but, it will come with enhanced low-light performance to compensate.

Another rumoured new camera from Fuji is the X-T5 which may offer better still photography overall. It will supposedly use the new 5th generation of X-Trans CMOS Sensor but not much is known about this yet. Hopefully Fuji will announce it soon.

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