Fujifilm X-H1

Announced Feb 15, 2018 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor

This is a great camera, overall. I have no doubt that most people would really enjoy it. The ergonomics are fantastic, the viewfinder and touchscreen are great, and that top display is a real gem. The image stabilization also works fantastically well, with the latest firmware. However, at the end of the day, as much as I like this camera (I do enjoy a lot about this camera) and as many things as it has going for it... I am now going to be parting with it. I am not wanting to argue about my ...

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This camera is in a unique position that both helps us and hurts us. Thanks to it not being very well known or popular, you can now find these things for an absolute steal of a deal (with all sorts of stuff bundled with the camera). However, due to that same lack of popularity and the need to drop the price so much, I worry that we may never see an X-H2, which would be a shame. I purchased the X-T30 a few weeks ago. The short version of that story is that, one week later, I sold it. I ...

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If I consider everything about the x-h1 it still stands out to me as the ultimate Fuji and probably one of if not the best value for money high performance camera money can currently buy; IBIS; Makes every lens stabilised, incl; wa block, wa brick fast 1.4/1.2's and 2/2.8's Shutter; It makes the camera a pleasure to use with mech. shutter, hearing is believing evf; big/roomy you can't complain grip; Almost perfection, probably perfection once you disable that stupid q button on it! sealed; it ...

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MSafari
 

Just purchased taking advantage of the holidays discounts, and then installed the newly released Firmware V2.00. Love the fit and handling. I wanted a better grip and stronger body and mount to mount my Fuji zoom to. I'm in the Pacific NW so the weather sealing is very welcome. Seems to have snappy auto focus, and very low light hand held tests produced nice sharp images even at 1/6. I feel this is going to be easier to shoot, especially in a sustained way because of the nice grip. We'll see ...

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I came to the X-H1 from an X-T2 via a wayward trip into Olympus land.  I was attracted to it because of the IBIS and increased robustness, but on intial handling thought it was too bulky for me.  After an unhappy 3 months with an Olympus E-M1 I looked again at the Fuji X-H1 and saw it in a different light.  I've now had it for about a month. I very quickly got used to the size and extra weight, in fact it is very comfortable to hold and balances wery well with the 18-135mm.  The larger grip ...

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myfujilife
 

Introduction The Fujifilm X-H1 launch has come and gone and I have had my hands on one for a little while now. It's the most expensive APSC camera developed by Fujifilm to date and also the first one to feature IBIS. The arrival has not been without controversy, there have been some changes made to exposure compensation, a larger size and it probably wasn't helped by Sony's release of the full frame A7iii which has come in at a similar price. Who is it targeted at? Fujifilm is saying ...

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