15 Feb Thoughts about the Fujifilm X-H1

Source: Fujifilm Insider

I was a bit sceptical when I saw the new Fujifilm X-H1 for the first time in December 2017. I was holding a camera in my hand that is almost as big as my old Nikon D3. The camera size was one of the reasons why I actually had switched to Fujifilm in the first place. My X-T1, even with a battery grip, was small, light and inconspicuous. And even with the X-T2 this hasn’t changed. Now there is a new camera, which is almost exactly the opposite of the current Fujifilm X concept, something between X-T2 and GFX50S.

But it was already clear at the time that it would have an interesting element, IBIS – the stabilizer in the camera. Suddenly the combination camera with XF 16-55mm was exciting again. I could not test then how good the stabilizer is, but hopefully the possibility would come up soon?

Less than a month later I hold the Fujifilm X-H1 in my hands again. In the meantime the camera has gotten newer firmware, but of course the size hasn’t changed. Since I had a little more time with the camera this time, I tried to make sure that the first, perhaps a little less positive impression from December didn’t gain too much the upper hand….

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