09 May Sony A7 III vs Fujifilm X-H1 – The complete comparison

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Comparing Sony with Fujifilm is always an interesting exercise because the two companies have opposite approaches when it comes to designing cameras. The current line-up couldn’t be a better example: Sony uses the same body to embed different kinds of technology, whereas Fujifilm has different bodies that share the same hardware.

In this new chapter of our Sony vs Fuji saga, we are taking an in-depth look at the A7 mark III and X-H1, two of the latest offerings from each brand that were announced less than two weeks apart. Their target markets and what they represent for each company is rather different however.

The A7 III features technology from the flagship models in a more affordable package. It’s the full frame mirrorless camera we were all eagerly waiting for.

The X-H1 targets professionals and advanced users who can find the key elements that were missing from previous iterations in a tougher and more ergonomic body. But that’s not all.

While the A7 represents the perfect blend of performance and cost, the X-H1 is the most advanced camera in the X-series. It introduces 5-axis stabilisation, as well as more advanced settings for video-makers – all features Sony has long been implementing and are therefore found by default on the A7 III….

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