From FujiRumors, Nokishita and Digicame-info came with the first images and unofficial specifications of the Fujifilm X-H1 Mirrorless camera.
The heart of the camera should consist of a 24.3 megapixel CMOS X-Trans sensor in APS-C format, while the image processor would be X-Processor PRO. Among the most interesting features, we mention the integrated 5-axis stabilizer, capable of compensating 5.5 stops.
Then there is the talk of a magnesium body and a sensitivity that would extend from ISO 100 to ISO 12800, expandable to ISO 100 and ISO 51200. The unofficial specs report a 3.09 million points electronic viewfinder (100fps and a response time of 0.005 ms), a 3.0-inch tilt display with 1.04 million dots, and the touchscreen, improvements to algorithms for autofocus, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a dual memory card slot.
For video recording, you should get Ultra HD resolution up to 30fps, maximum bitrate of 200 Mbps and up to 120fps at full HD resolution. The official announcement should arrive on February 15th. The Fujifilm X-H1 price should be around $1,899.