Fujifilm X-H1 Preview
Expected to be shipped in February 2018, the Fujifilm X-H1 comes with a new film simulation, named Eterna.
Even though we’re not certain of some of its features, we do know that the new camera is going to have a top LCD panel and internal F-log.
There will be no cropping when using IBIS with the camera and the sensor readout is going to cover the entire sensor area. It seems that IBIS is going to be compatible to all Fujinon X-mount lenses, but it’s not going to work with OIS.
The XX comes with built-in image stabilization system and an improved image processor, which are going to make it easier to get great shoots while on the move. The list of features continues with the exposure compensation button, quite similar to Fuji GFX50S Camera.
You’re going to be able to use the camera for video and still shooters too. It’s able to do 4K video at a 60 fps speed.
As for the build, no worries either. The camera is weather sealed so you’re going to be able to use it in more challenging conditions too.
The design is also a bit changed and everyone is expecting a better grip for the XX.
The XX may come with a 24Mp X-Trans III sensor and it’s going to be somewhere around $2000.