24 Feb Fujifilm X-H1 versus X-T2: what does the new camera bring?

Source: DP Review

The Fujifilm X-H1 sits at the top of the company’s APS-C lineup, lifting expectations and capabilities beyond what was offered by the X-T2 that previously held the position.

The price and feature set, as much as Fujifilm’s claims, make clear that it’s an additional model, rather than a replacement. So just what’s changed? What’s been added and who does the new model make sense for?

The X-T2 offers 4K video, but the X-H1 takes things to a different level.

Virtually every aspect of the X-H1’s video feature set is upgraded compared to the X-T2. Thanks to its larger internal volume it can shoot 4K for longer (15 mins compared to 10), and while the two cameras both impose a modest 1.17X crop, the X-H1 boasts a maximum bitrate of 200Mbps and the option to shoot F-Log internally.

The X-H1’s new ‘Eterna’ film simulation preset is intended to provide a quick and easy way to shoot gradeable, wide dynamic range video footage. For the first time, you can apply dynamic range ‘DR’ expansion settings in video mode on the X-H1, too. When combined with the DR400%, setting, Fujifilm says that footage shot using the Eterna preset should deliver a total of 12EV of dynamic range….

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