Source: Bjorn Moerman

On February 15, 2018, Fujifilm announced the X-H1; a brand-new “Hybrid” still/video camera which is without a doubt the most versatile of all X-series cameras. 

I didn’t have the time to do a full First look review on the day of the announcement, as I was away on a Street/Travel photography trip to Varanasi, India. As by now there are plenty of great reviews online, I want to minimize duplication of information as much as possible. Two well respected reviewers I always check out myself are:
Jonas RaskGordon Lang from Camera LabsAs an official X-photographer, Fujifilm Middle East kindly provided me with an X-H1 + Vertical Power Booster grip (Battery grip) for 7 days. The camera tested was pretty much a production copy and had a 1.0 firmware installed; likely the same as when the camera will be available early March. Because, I don’t call myself a videographer, I will only look at the X-H1 as a still photographer. 
One of the questions, I received the most since the announcement is, “Will you replace your X-T2 with an X-H1?”. In this post I’ll try to answer that question by looking at some of the main differences between both cameras. Lets start with the one that has caused the biggest buzz…

IBIS (In Body Image Stabilization)

To me this is by far the most important feature of the new camera. With a sate of the art built in 5 axis image stabilization system, it provides up to 5.5 extra stops for shooting at slower shutter speeds. All of the non-OIS Fujifilm (and potentially all third party) glass now

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