Thursday, February 15, 2018
Fujifilm X-H1 - Fuji takes video seriously
Fujifilm has officially announced their first cinema focused Mirrorless camera – the X – H1 . This model , which supplants the X-T2 as Fuji’s current flagship offering , gives users the ability to shoot DCI 4K in 23.97P or 24P and UHD 4K in 30 P along with Fuji’s F-Log profile , the 24MP APS-C - X-Trans CMOS III sensor, which is supported by a 5 axis IBIS stabilization system , gives users the ability to shoot stabilized video with any lens or shoot in slower shutter speeds with minimum vibration . The camera is capable of 14 fps on its electronic shutter and it can shoot 8 with its mechanical one (11 with an external battery grip) .
The camera , equipped with a Vari-angle 3” main display with 1.04 million dots resolution is also backed up by a top view monochrome LCD which provides user settings , the EVF has a 3.69million dot resolution , and users will be happy to note that the camera will support an extra wide (tiltable) eyecup as well . The camera supports USB charging and it features Dual UHSII compliant card slots . The Fuji X-H1 is expected to sell for USD $1,899.95 body only or USD $2,199.95 with Fuji’s vertical external power grip .
Written by Rakitha for MasHD
Source - DPreview
Purchase link - B&H
Press Release - Fujifilm