19 Feb Fujifilm X-H1 Vs Fujifilm X-T2 Comparison
Source: Fujifilm Insider
As Fujifilm announced that the X-H1 would be joining the X-Series line-up as their flagship camera, sitting above the Fujifilm X-T2, we thought we’d take a look at the main differences between the two cameras. However, before we get onto what makes these two mirrorless cameras different, let’s have a look at the common features these two cameras share as there’s quite a few.
Even though the X-H1 has been announced as the flagship camera, it shares the same 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans III CMOS sensor and X-Pro processing engine so image quality should be on-par. Both cameras also have 91/325 AF points, up to 14fps continuous shooting, manual controls, a 3-inch tilting screen, film simulation modes and external controls.
Similarities out of the way, let’s take a look at what some of the main differences are.
The X-H1 is the first X-Series camera to offer In-Body Image Stabilisation (IBIS) and its 5-axis IBIS will keep your handheld shots steady up to 5.5 stops. It also works with lens stabilisation which means it should be easier to capture shake-free images with the X-H1.
- X-H1 – 5-axis In-Body Image Stabilisation (IBIS), 5.5 stops, works with lens stabilisation.
- X-T2 – No in-camera image stabilisation, relies on in-lens optical image stabilisation.
The algorithm for the phase detection autofocus (AF) has been improved along with AF tracking. Plus, the low light performance of the camera should be better than the X-T2 with the X-H1 offering -1EV compared to 0.5EV on X-T2. The apertures the X-T2 can operate down to have also been extended with apertures as small as f/11 now available. The X-T2 only gave users the option to shoot down to f/8….
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