The Cyber Monday camera deals are coming thick and fast now – but this price drop from Jessops is one that stopped us in our tracks. There have not been that many deals on Fujifilm's X range of mirrorless cameras up until this morning - when we started to see some decent discounts coming through. And then we saw these ones...
The biggest saving comes with the more expensive X-H2S - where you get a £300 discount PLUS an additional £300 cashback direct from Fujifilm AND the bonus of a vertical grip worth £399. A total saving of £999. And effectively yours for just £1,799 body only,
Fujifilm X-H2 + battery grip |
was £1,879 | now £1,679
Save £200 at Jessops including cashback The highly regarded APS-C hybrid camera comes equipped with a 40.2 MP sensor, capturing fine detail and exceptional image quality. 8K video can be captured with 12-bit Apple ProRes RAW. For a small camera, it sure packs an almighty punch! FREE Fujifilm VBG-XH Battery Grip worth £399 added to your order
Fujifilm X-H2S body |
was £2,399 | now £1,799
Save over £500 at Jessops including £300 cashback A fantastic deal on this hybrid camera, with powerful video features makes X-H2S a go-to device – both for hybrid image makers and dedicated motion professionals. FREE Fujifilm VBG-XH Battery Grip worth £399 added to your order
The more affordable Fujifilm X-H2 comes with a discount of £100, and a £100 Fujfilm discount, plus the free £399 grip - so still a sizable £599 worth of savings.
The deals are so good, the only question a Fujfilm fan needs to ask is which to go for? The two cameras look and handle the same, but as you can read in our exhaustive Fujifilm X-H2 vs X-H2S comparison there are some serious, if subtle, differences under the hood.
But the easy way, perhaps, to pick the two cameras apart is to think of the X-H2S for speed, and the X-H2 is designed for resolution. But as the H in the name might imply - both of the 2022 X-H models are hybrid cameras - designed for those that need high-performance video as well as great stills shooting.
Fujifilm itself talks about the X-H2S appealing to those that need the faster autofocus - so those shooting sport, aircraft, or wildlife say. And that the X-H2's higher resolution, means it is more attractive to commercial, product and landscape shooters.