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The Fujifilm X-H1 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.3 megapixels manufactured from 2018 to 2020 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 51200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 14 FPS x 27 RAW, 40 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 980 €;
94 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10
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Pros: Ergonomics, image quality, film simulation modes, Build quality, EVF
Cons: Battery life, Q menu
Opinion: Coming from the GFX and Nikon system, the layout is very intuitive. I love the manual controls and simplified menus. The build quality is excellent. I found the IBIS to work quite well and was able to get very usable images with non-OIS lenses at relatively slow shutter speeds (e.g. 1/4 sec., etc.). Most important...the images are quite impressive. If you shot Fuji films, the film simulation modes are really very nice; rendering color fidelity nearly identical to the actual emulsions. I do not shoot video so I cannot comment on that. I do not care for the 'Q' (quick) menu feature. The activation button is on the ergonomic thumb rest and I frequently bump this. The 'Q' menu can be deactivated on the GFX, but not the XH-1. Perhaps this will be addressed in a future firmware update. Interestingly, the 'Q' menu activation button was moved adjacent to the shutter release on the vertical grip. This is a much better placement IMO. The EVF is just stellar! Overall, I have been very impressed with Fuji and after 30+ years of shooting Nikon switched completely to Fuji. Complaints about weight, size, etc. are all subjective and vary by user. The XH-1 fits my needs and I am pleased with it and the available optics.
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Pros:The best Fuji aps-c ever produced if you are looking for a "Pro" tool
Cons:That they haven't updated it enough
Opinion:It's a brutal machine. It has a body that cannot be described, you have to hold it in your hand: it exudes solidity in every aspect, from the rings, to the buttons to the tires. It has an infinite amount of buttons, an exceptional viewfinder, a stabilized sensor, not even an empty corner of the car. One of the last machines that Fuji produced saying "we want to do the top!". Too bad an AF department not exceptional, but that is amply sufficient for 99% of uses. Very convenient BG that contains 2 batteries, to which to add the one present in the body, which compensates for a not exceptional duration of a single battery. Too bad only for Fuji who has castrated the possibilities by not updating the film simulations section to probably push the sales of his other bodies. I recommend it with my eyes closed again instead of xt3 and xt4, without the slightest doubt. Among other things, right now it is at the price of the xt3, crazy stuff ...
Cons:In power saving mode slow viewfinder, some shortcuts.
Opinion:I like to write reviews on the spot, almost immediately after the first contact with the camera. The X-h1 comes so close to the ideal camera. Built in a really excellent way, you feel a different quality when you hold it. Each dial and button has precise controls and no play; It is a well-designed mirrorless. On line, 4 years from the date of trade you will find reviews... Here I can tell you what he transmitted to me: excellent grip, firm and safe, but for those like me who have the smallest than average hand, will feel the difficulty of holding it well. The little finger here has a grip on the handle but being nice wide, some buttons I reached with difficulty. The display on the back is comfortable in certain situations but it is not fundamental. Convenient joistick but this also seems to me a duplicate of the classic 4-way controls just below ... It is certainly faster to manage especially in diagonal directions. The shutter button has been much criticized but once you understand its game is really enjoyable. The display as I like, only tiltable but in addition also opens on the side, function used very little. Large and defined viewfinder but for those who wear glasses it is perhaps too large and the frames you risk not seeing them at first glance. Often the refresh in battery saving mode becomes slow but with the Boost inserted it is smooth and pleasant. Valid stabilization, of course the photos are made even without but having it available is a big help. The Q key where you can set various profiles for my fault I did not find it so intuitive (easier to set profiles with the Om-d1 in my opinion). I found the files very beautiful, workable while maintaining their high quality. Maybe I liked the file more than the X-t1. Had it been slightly smaller, I would have put it on a golden pedestal but its "extra" size does not make me prefer it.
Pros:Stabilization, feeling of reliability given by silence and grip, viewfinder
Opinion:Even now another thing compared to the other Fuji that I tried (I miss the xt4), I use it especially for street and it seems to me the extension of the hands thanks to the intuitive grip and the viewfinder, or the screen, which make any shot easy. Coupled with lenses with a good focus speed it is extremely effective, but also only with the "old" 35 1.4 from great satisfaction. As for the other Fuji (I often use the XPro2) you can easily go to 3200 iso with more than acceptable results in the middle of the night, the grain is not the same as the films but it is always pleasant. Clearly the batteries are not its strong point but if you do not have to do a wedding service you can save the battery grip. Very recommended even now.
Pros:Grip, high ISO, quiet, burst, stabilization, AF
Opinion:A truly exceptional machine. I use it, mainly, with the 50-140 f/28 (+ 1.4x multiplier) to photograph football matches. Really foolproof and simple to use. Needless to praise the aesthetic beauty of Fuji. The only obvious flaw is the life of the batteries. The purchase of the battery grip is necessary. Mirrorless still valid in 2022! PS: those who complain about weight have never shot with an SLR.
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