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Fujifilm launches X-H1 with In-Body Stabilization

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The Fujifilm X-series is known to deliver some of the best cameras. Now, they are releasing the newest and strongest mirrorless camera in the series the X-H1.
Fujifilm X-H1
Fujifilm X-H1

The Fujifilm X-H1 is a combination of a robust and durable body with great image quality plus easy operation. It is the first camera in the series to have the 5-axis In-Body Image Stabilization (IBIS) that has a maximum 5.5 stops. It also has the ETERNA Film Simulation that help produce cinema quality videos.

The build of the X-H1 is really good as it has dust resistance, water resistance and the ability to operate on extremely low temperature of up to -10 degrees Celsius. It is also constructed using a magnesium alloy 25% thicker than the ones used for the Fujufilm X-T2. The body, even though made to be more rugged and durable, still maintains a compact design language that makes it easy to handle.

It has a high magnification, high precision electronic viewfinder. It has a 0.75 magnification with a 3.69 million resolution which is the highest among mirrorless cameras. The viewfinder only has a 0.005 seconds of latency and a framerate of 100 FPS. The LCD monitor, on the other hand, is 3-direction lit, 3-inch LCD panel.

It also has a more operational design that has 19 modifications based on feedback from professional photographers. It has a laser-grip designed that gives a more stable grip when holding the camera. It also has the "quietest" shutter sound that can be useful during sound sensitive shoots like when shooting animals. It also has an AF-ON feature that allows for an easier operation of the autofocus just by using your thumb.

It also has the first flicker reduction mode among the cameras in Fujifilm X-series. In addition to that, it has a better autofocus algorithms for enhanced shooting toughness. It is now also an ideal movie production camera as it has better and more comprehensive range of video features such as ETERNA mode, extreme slow motion at 1080p/120FPS and the DCI 4K mode.

Stay tuned for the local SRP and date of availability.

Source: Fujifilm
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