Sony IMX671 Might Be The Sensor in Sony’s New High-End APS-C Camera and The Fujifilm X-H2S

A reader at FujiAddict sent in the Sony IMX671 spec sheet along with their interpretation of some features that Fujifilm hasn’t fully utilized

the X-H2s still does not unlock the full performance of this sensor, and it is possible that in future machines we will see 4K/120fps with full-width supersampling and 6.2K 60fps with OpenGate.

The sensor then supports extended ISO using a multi-frame stack for time-gap-free e-ND, a feature not yet applied on the Fujifilm X-H2s.

These video-centric features could be very useful in a future ZV APS-C camera which we just received a rumor about yesterday. The new sensor in the Fujifilm X-H2S is a beast and it wouldn’t surprise me if Sony used this sensor in their next APS-C camera with its full potential unlocked.

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