There was a time when you had a few options when buying a camera of a particular brand. That's rarely the case anymore and you can find yourself lost in a sea of acronyms and initialisms.
I feel truly sorry for new photographers shopping for their first "proper" camera; it was a difficult decision requiring a lot of research 20 years ago, but now it's overwhelming in the extreme. The easiest way to overcome this problem, traditionally at least, was to settle on a brand. This is why "Canon or Nikon?" was such a prominent question when I first started. Now, not only are there far more excellent brands than ever before, but if you can settle on a single brand (I shoot with 4 different brand cameras, so I can't) then you have to narrow it down between myriad models.
This video is for those in (or looking to join) the Fujifilm ecosystem and have their eyes on the X-Series of cameras. Perhaps you saw the superb Fujifilm X-T2 or X-T3 on eBay or a used camera site, only to grow curious about the newer X-T4. But, if you're looking at an X-T4, why not an X-T5? Wait, there is also an XH2 and an XH2S?! Well, in this video by Roman Fox, he will walk you through all the options and give you his take on which model is best for which type of shooter.