Fujifilm X-H2 tipped to have smartphone-style computational photography

The best phone cameras are now capable of aping the photographic effects of larger cameras, thanks to computational photography. So why can’t mirrorless cameras use similar tricks to beat smartphones at their own game? Well, fresh rumors suggest that could finally happen in 2022, starting with the flagship Fujifilm X-H2.

Fuji Rumors has pieced together statements from Fujifilm over the past few years to arrive at its prediction for the X-H2. Collectively, these quotes suggest that we could “see lots of computational magic being implemented in the X-H2” that could boost the in-camera possibilities for effects like focus-stacking.

Kenneth Proto

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