The Fujifilm X-H1 is the latest addition to the X-series digital camera line-up. It can be used with all Fujifilm X-mount lenses. The camera is equipped with a 24.3 MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor that works with the EXR Processor Pro to render high-resolution images and videos. You can record DCI 4K videos as well as 120fps Full HD slow-motion videos with this camera. The Fujifilm X-H1 has an updated AF algorithm that ensures enhanced focusing performance in low light. Also, the camera provides 400% dynamic range setting of up to 12 stops and lets you record videos at 200 Mbps. The in-body image stabilization reduces camera shakes for up to 5.5 stops.
Optics and Focus
The Fujifilm X-H1 can be used with Fujifilm X mount lenses. You can choose the mechanical shutter to capture images without any rolling shutter effect. The autofocus system of the camera has an updated AF algorithm to provide precision for the phase-detection AF in low light. It also ensures the phase-detection can work even when the lens is stopped down from F8 to F11.
Sensor and Screen
This Fujifilm camera uses the APS-C-size X-Trans CMOS III sensor to capture HD videos and high-resolution still shots. The 3.0-inch 1.04m-dot LCD screen allows you to compose the shot or playback videos or images. Also, you can tilt the LCD on all three axes to support shooting from different angles. Alternatively, you can use the 3.69m-dot electronic viewfinder that offers 0.75× magnification. Camera related setting like shutter speed, aperture, ISO, exposure mode, and white balance are displayed on the top LCD.
Image and Video
This Fujifilm camera provides DCI 4K and Full HD video recording. Also, the 120 fps mode allows you to record 1080p slow motion videos. The EXR Processor Pro contributes to the HD video recording and burst photo mode by speeding up the camera performance. In the video mode, you get 400% dynamic range and high bit rate of 200 Mbps. The F-log SD card recording allows you to add LUTs to the videos in post-production. With the ETERNA film simulation mode, you can give your amateur videos a cinematic feel. It creates understated colors and enhances shadow tones to give limitless color grading options in post-production. The flicker reduction modes maintain the exposure constant when working in fluorescent and mercury lighting with high shutter speeds.
You can enlarge the image with dedicated buttons located on the camera's rear. An external flash can be mounted to the top hot shoe and synchronized with the shutter at 1/250th of a second. The Fujifilm camera comes with a magnesium alloy body that is 25% thicker than the previous X-series models. Additionally, the camera is resistant to dust, moisture, and extremely low temperatures up to -10° C. An X-H1 vertical power booster grip is also provided with the camera, which holds two additional batteries. The battery grip adds another 30 minutes to the 4K recording and increases the total shots up to 900 in normal mode.