11 Feb Fujifilm X-H1 vs Fujifilm X-T2 vs Sony a7RIII vs Panasonic GH5S
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The Fujifilm X-H1 is very well positioned at this time to pick up a lot of professional photographers and videographers that bought into other systems or are considered buying into them. The spec sheets show how it sits between the resolution monster that is the Sony a7RIII and the video-centric Panasonic GH5S. You can read my write ups about how I think they compare at SonyAddict and 43Addict, but here I am going to say that I think Fujifilm struck a nice balance by incorporating a lot of the features you would want from the GH line of cameras that Sony doesn’t currently have, while providing popular options like IBIS and Flicker Reduction, which Sony had over Fujifilm until now.
A reader brought up sensor size so I will address it here and say that APS-C has advantages and disadvantages over Full Frame. The additional reach of APS-C is a huge advantage for some, while the added dynamic range of Full Frame is valuable to others, but one takes a lot more skill to use completely than the other. The Sensors that are currently available compare very well to each other right up to the breaking point and I have never felt that my Sony a7RIII can take a photo that my Fujifilm X-T2 cannot. m43 is a different matter altogether, which is why they dropped a 10MP sensor in the Panasonic GH5S…
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