FUJIFILM X-H1 MIRRORLESS CAMERA
I’ve been a loyal Canon user all my life, so when the Fujifilm X-H1 came along, I wasn’t expecting to love it as much as I did.
Arguably Fujifilm’s most advanced camera, the X-H1 has brand new 5-axis stabilisation, a high-resolution 3-inch EVF (electronic viewfinder) and DCI 4K video. It’s quite a large, heavy camera, though. It weighs more than Fujifilm’s X-pro 2 and X-T2, and ends up being even bulkier if you use the optional vertical booster power grip. In all fairness, part of the reason for all this extra weight is because it has a thicker magnesium body that makes it scratch-, dust- and weather-resistant.
If the dials on top of the camera look familiar, that’s because they’re clones of the ones found on the X-T2, with the exception of the exposure compensation dial. The X-H1 also includes Bluetooth, NFC and Wifi connectivity, which means that you’ll be able to share your images directly to social media or to other devices.
Overall, this is a fantastic camera that I’ve loved using. It excels in all the things you need and consistently produces fantastic images.