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Fujifilm X-H1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only)
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- 5.5-Stops In-Body Image Stabilization. Compatible with all XF and XC lenses.
- New High-Resolution EVF - Magnification ratio of 0.75x and 3.69M dot resolution. The VF display is extraordinarily smooth, with a display time lag of just 0.005 sec and a frame rate of 100 fps.
- Comprehensive video features - new external film Simulation ideal for shooting movies, f-log SD card recording and 1080/120P high-speed video mode (1/2, 1/4 and 1/5 speed).
- Flicker reduction mode and improved AF Algorithms. Use focus lock to focus on another subject at the same distance, then recompose the picture
- 25% Thicker magnesium alloy body than X-T2, increased scratch-resistance and surface hardness, dust and water-resistant properties, ability to operate in temps down to -10 Degree C/-14 Degree F.
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The X-H1 is the highest performing camera in the X Series lineup, with a newly-designed robust and durable body. The X-H1 incorporates a range of useful features that support shooting in various scenarios by professional photographers, videographers and experienced amateur photographers. These features include not only the first-ever X Series camera with 5-axis in-body image stabilization, which has a maximum of 5.5 stops, but also a flicker reduction mode which enhances the quality of indoor sports photography.
X-Trans CMOS III Sensor
The FUJIFILM X-H1 features the 24.3MP APS-C sensor "X-Trans CMOS III", which delivers images with enriched depth. The use of aperiodic color filter array minimizes moiré and false colors even without an optical low-pass filter. When combined with XF lenses, specifically designed for this series of cameras, the sensor achieves outstanding descriptive performance.
The "X-Processor Pro" is a processing engine that draws out the maximum capability of the "X-Trans CMOS III" high-performance sensor. Its use of large built-in memory and advanced processing power boost the camera's speed and precision performance in interval shooting, shutter release time lag, AF, continuous shooting, live view display, etc. The processor also supports the Boost Mode for the vertical power booster grip, VPB-XH1, enhancing the camera's performance to another level
The FUJIFILM X-H1 boasts autofocus performance with enhanced capability to track a moving subject. With 91 focus points (up to 325 points), the camera has a phase detection AF area that covers 50% (side to side) and 75% (top to bottom) of the frame to achieve fast and accurate autofocus. The phase detection's AF range has been expanded by 1.5 stops from the previous 0.5EV to -1EV, while the minimum aperture requirement is also improved from F8 to F11. Enhanced AF-C performance during zooming means the camera can handle sports with erratic subject movements, and capture a subject with fine textures such as a distant animal, with an advanced level of precision.
AF-C Custom Setting
The FUJIFILM X-H1 offers three user-adjustable parameters for determining focusing characteristics to make it easier to accurately track a moving subject in the AF-C Mode. There are presets to suit different types of scenes, or you can determine your own custom setting.
SET 1 - Basic
SET 2 - Ignoring obstacles
SET 3 - Accelerating / decelerating subjects
SET 4 - Subjects that suddenly come into the frame
SET 5 - Erratically moving subjects
SET 6 - Custom
AF Operation Systems
The FUJIFILM X-H1 features a Focus Lever for quickly changing focus point selection in eight directions. You can intuitively move the focus point while keeping your eye on the viewfinder (or by touch panel operation on the rear LCD monitor). The dedicated "AF-ON" button is positioned where your right thumb is placed, so that the focus point can be adjusted with the thumb, while the index finger can concentrate on delicate shutter release actions.
Tough and Durable Camera Body
The FUJIFILM X-H1's body is made of magnesium alloy, 25% thicker than previous models. The lens mount's structure has been revised to achieve a compact and lightweight design that is also of high precision and more resistant to shock or damage than other models in the X Series. It is also resistant to dust and moisture, capable of working at temperatures as low as -10°C. The grain size of the exterior coating has been improved to achieve scratch resistance equivalent to 8H surface hardness.
New In-Body Image Stabilization
For the first time in the X Series, the FUJIFILM X-H1 has an image stabilization mechanism built in. A three-axis accelerometer, a three-axis gyro sensor and a dedicated dual processor work together to carry out processing and correction approximately 10,000 times every second to achieve image stabilization performance with advanced speed and precision. The correction is based on five axes (up and down / right and left pitch, yaw angle and optical axis rotation) to achieve more than five-stop (up to the equivalent of 5.5 stops* ) image stabilization when the camera is fitted with any FUJINON lens that does not feature the optical image stabilization functionality. This complements FUJIFILM X-H1's performance in low-light conditions or when shooting active scenes.
*When using the XF35mmF1.4 R
New Feather-Touch Shutter Button
The FUJIFILM X-H1 is equipped with the new feather-touch shutter button that can respond to delicate shutter release actions to capture all photographic opportunities. When combined with the firm-hold design of the grip, the shutter button controls camera shake for fast-response operability.
The FUJIFILM X-H1 has a large, class-leading 3.69-million-dot high-resolution electronic viewfinder with the magnification ratio of 0.75x, boasting a display time lag of just 0.005 sec, and a refresh rate of up to 100fps. It is approximately 1.6 times brighter than previous models, enabling subject capture and focus adjustment with greater precision. The eye sensor, for automatically switching between rear monitor display and viewfinder display, responds around 2 times faster than previous models for enhanced usability.
The rear 3.0-inch 1.04-million-dot LCD monitor can be tilted by 90 degrees upwards, 45 degrees downwards and 60 degrees to the right for easy high-angle / low-angle / vertical low-angle shooting. The use of the capacitive touch panel facilitates intuitive touch-screen operations for focus point selection, etc.
With Film Simulations, you can apply colors and tones that match your artistic intentions to your pictures, as if choosing different special effect photographic films. The FUJIFILM X-H1 comes with sixteen Film Simulation modes, which Fujifilm has uniquely created based on the color-presentation philosophy and know-how the company has developed through more than 80 years of photo film production.
New Film Simulation "ETERNA"
The FUJIFILM X-H1 features the "ETERNA" mode, a new Film Simulation mode suitable for video recording, simulating the output of cinematographic films. Characterized by subdued color presentations and rich shadow tones, this mode can be used at 400% Dynamic Range (equivalent to approximately 12 stops) to attain video recording with a high degree of perfection while substantially reducing color-grading workload in post processing.
The X-H1 supports the digital cinema aspect ratio (17:9), and records high-quality video at a high bit rate of 200 Mbps. You can use the highest ISO 25600, a low shutter speed of 1/4 sec, and even Film Simulation modes in video, enabling diverse video expressions. A premium sound microphone (24bit / 48KHz) is built in, which means you don't need extra equipment to record sound in high-resolution quality.
High dynamic range "F-Log" log-gamma option
The dynamic range "F-Log" log-gamma option* is available for recording and uncompressed output to external equipment. It supports "color grading," which refers to post-shooting processing of colors and tones for artistic videography. The long-awaited addition of the Film Simulation lookup table (for ETERNA) has increased freedom in post-processing.
* The color gamut is ITU-R BT.2020 compliant.
High-speed video recording
The FUJIFILM X-H1 supports 120p / 100p high-speed video recording (Full HD, 2x / 4x / 5x slow motion), creating slow-motion video with an artistic impact, broadening your scope of videographic expressions.
Silent video operation
The Silent Video Operation function allows you to control settings such as aperture, shutter speed, ISO sensitivity and white balance with silent touch-panel operations on the rear monitor, preventing the camera from picking up operation noise from buttons and dials during video recording.
The FUJIFILM X-H1 supports remote shooting, using a smartphone or tablet*. You can use your smart device to check preview, control shooting settings, and view / transfer photographs taken.
The FUJIFILM X-H1 can be paired up with a computer, tablet or smartphone via Bluetooth** to maintain constant connectivity for automatic transfer of photographs as you shoot.
* You must install the free app "FUJIFILM Camera Remote" on your smart device to use this function.
** The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by FUJIFILM Corporation is under license.
The FUJIFILM X-H1 has the Flickering Reduction function for controlling exposure and color instability caused by flickering of AC-powered fluorescent lights. The function detects light flicker rate and automatically controls shutter timing to coincide with peak brightness, thereby achieving exposure stability in indoor sports photography (except when using the electronic shutter).
The x-h1 is the highest performing camera in the x series lineup, with a newly-designed robust and durable body. The x-h1 incorporates a range of useful features that support shooting in various scenarios by professional photographers, videographers and experienced amateur photographers. These features include not only the first-ever x series camera with 5-axis in-body image stabilization, which has a maximum of 5.5 stops, but also a flicker reduction mode which enhances the quality of indoor sports photography.
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a. It's now as large as a full frame Sony. If I'm going to carry a full frame camera, I want a full frame file.
b. Absolutely NO excuse for not including an over ride for the blow-on-it-and-it-fires shutter release. I found it impossible to use while still maintaining a comfortable muscle memory for my index finger relative to my other Fuji bodies.
So it had to go back. Never did that with a Fuji before. And feel badly about it, but...
(Reply, to comments about size justification: yes, yes it has IBIS now, and the larger body helps dissipate heat--all you say is true. But you've got blinders on regarding the 'larger' issue: I have ALL those features--including better video--in my actually slightly smaller FULL FRAME Sony...! The X-H1 is one of those missteps even great companies make now and again. I still own my X-Pro2 and X-T20. Not abandoning Fuji, but not fan-boy enthralled by everything they do either. For an ONLY camera if you want to own a Fuji, the X-H1 might be an excellent choice. But for those of us who moved to Fuji to move AWAY from larger and larger camera bodies, the X-H1 is an unfortunate detour.)
1) This camera is significantly larger and heavier than the X-T1. You cannot appreciate the difference from pictures alone. Even though it is larger, it feels good in the hand and balances well with larger lenses. No real complaints about this for the time being.
2) IBIS is outstanding. It does make an unobtrusive whirring sound but produces a notable increase in sharpness. I was taking pictures while holding the camera in one hand and throwing a frisbee to my dog in the other. In spite of all the motion on my end, the pictures were sharp.
3) Autofocus is substantially improved over the X-T1. I am actually amazed by the focusing speed, though I have only tested in good light and with a few lenses so far.
4) I miss the dedicated exposure compensation dial. You can hold down the exposure comp button next to the shutter release at the same time you turn a dial. This works ok for me, but it is hard to adjust quickly without depressing the dial and turning on some other adjustment. Also, you have to keep the exposure comp button held down during the adjustment. I have a feeling, I will get used to this, and if not, the new AE-L button provides an alternative workaround.
5) I like the spacing and positioning of the buttons on the rear of the camera
6) The electronic viewfinder is awesome
7) Image quality is noticeably improved over the X-T1 in my opinion
8) I have not tested video functionality yet. I purchased this camera because of the IBIS and the improved sensor and autofocus as compared to the X-T1.
9) As of right now, Capture One does not read the X-H1 raw files. Thankfully, the SOOC jpegs are very good.
Bottom line: In anticipation of purchasing this camera, I decided to put my Fujifilm XT-1 and Sony RX1R ii up for sale. I regretted when the RX1R ii sold, thinking I should have held onto it. That was until I opened the box and tried out this fantastic new camera. Any regrets about selling my other gear evaporated immediately. This is my new primary kit and I love it so far.
* One reviewer commented on software glitches. I have not experienced any of these, but having owned several FujiFilm cameras, you should rest comfortably knowing that FujiFilm is famous for regular and substantial firmware updates. Any such issues would be quickly rectified.
* The beauty of the FujiFIlm X-Series platform is two-fold: the combination of outstanding bodies and lenses, and also the ergonomics relating to the use of manual dials. In this regard, the X-H1 took a minor step back by eliminating the dedicated exposure compensation dial.
* Some complain about battery life. My take on this is to just throw another battery or two into your pocket. The inexpensive aftermarket batteries work just fine, and frankly, have better life than the OEM version.
* The IBIS is outstanding and this feature alone has justified the purchase for me.
*On1 Photo Raw 2018 does offer a raw converter for the X-H1, but I have found myself using more out of camera jpegs using FujiFilm's excellent color profiles. The results have been great to my eye. I will continue to update, but have no regrets at all so far.
Up to ISO 6400, which is as high as I ever need to go, the full frame advantage is nullified. So don't waste your money on the comparably priced full frame cameras lacking soul and outputting abysmal colors just so your files appear less noisy at ISO 12,800. Buy the X-H1, pair it with great lenses, and don't look back.