If you follow any mirrorless camera news, you may have heard that Fujifilm released a new camera last week, called the X-H1. It’s a fantastic addition to the X line and brings some long awaited technology as well.
The biggest news about the camera is that it is the first of the X cameras to feature In Body Image Stabilization (IBIS). From all reports I’ve read, it works wonderfully too! With the high ISO and IBIS you should be able to shoot handheld, without a tripod in some very challenging light and conditions. The only downside to IBIS from what I can tell is that the camera body itself has grown in size. Size-wise it splits the difference between the X-T2 and the GFX. For those of us with bigger hands, this shouldn’t be a problem.
But don’t listen to me, listen to my good friend and partner Jack Graham talk about his experience with a pre-production version of the X-H1 on a recent workshop in Japan. Jack is a long time professional and Fuji X Photographer and has provided valuable feedback to Fujifilm during the development of the camera.
Read his initial blog post about the camera HERE