I should have bought an X-T2 two years ago. I considered such purchase recently, but decided to wait for the X-T2 successor. Not that X-T2 is short of any important features, but digital bodies are getting old so fast, that I like to buy a freshly released one. It thought I had a good plan, but the rumors about X-H1 are starting to bother me. Expected X-H1 features: 1. The same sensor, 24MP are sufficient, but larger AF area would be nice. 2. IBIS. Very nice feature, but I usually use wide apertures, so short times are not a problem. Additionally IBIS doesn't freeze the moving objects. 3. Top LCD display. Well, using Fuji I can see aperture on the lens and time on the body. My SD cards usually have space for more than 36 shots, so I'd prefer old, good compensation dial iso the LCD display. 4. Bigger than X-T2. Disadvantage for me. 5. Higher resolution OVF. Nice, but not a real plus if size is the same (0.77 magnification). The X-T2 OVF is already great, but a bigger one would be even greater. New Panasonic G9 has 0.83 OVF. 6. Internal F-log. Important feature, but I only do stills. What do you think? Will we have an "X-T2s" with new sensor and IBIS next year?