I just posted this on the Fuji Rumors site, but would like to talk about it al little bit more.
Looking at the samples of the new X-H2, but indeed also the X-T4, I'm having trouble liking the images. I currently have the X-T3 and X-T4, but I sometimes miss my X-T1. The images/sharpness is too condensed, too sharp, not smooth anymore. Lately I notice that looking at many images of the Fujis 'hurts' my eyes, not pleasant anymore. I wonder if this has to do with too many pixels in combination with the APS-C format. For this reason I'm not sure I will buy the X-H2 or the upcoming X-T5.
I also use a Nikon D850 and a friend has the Nikon Z6. The images from these camera's are also sharp and colorful, but the sharpness is - although very sharp - calmer for the eyes. This post is not to promote the Nikon or whatever other (full frame) camera, because I love the Fujis and use them a lot, but like I said, lately something is beginning to annoy me. I recently looked at some old images from my X-T1 and Nikon D700 and was struck by how pleasant they look. Are many pixels not distroying the look of APS-C images???
I love to hear what you think :).