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    Fujifilm X-H1 Announcement


    Fujifilm X-H1 is the latest and the most advanced model of the X series. It is supposed to be a competitive model of mirrorless and reflex cameras of other producers.

    Inside Fujifilm X-H1, we will find the X-Trans CMOS APS-C sensor, with the resolution of 24.3 Mp, without a low-pass filter and supported by a quick and effective image processor - X-Processor Pro.

    X-H1 possesses the 5-axis image stabilization, integrated in the body. The producer assures that the maximum efficiency of the whole system is supposed to amount to around 5.5 EV.



    1). Fujifilm X-H1


    The camera can take photographs within the ISO range of 200-12800, which can be expanded to ISO 100 - 51200.

    The speed of continuous shooting is 8 f/s; however, after connecting the dedicated VPB-XH1 battery grip, the speed can be increased to 11f/s.  The electronic shutter will enable us to take photographs with the speed up to 14f/s.

    The new Fujifilm X-H1 has an improved autofocus algorithm, thanks to which the autofocus is supposed to work better in poor lighting conditions. Unfortunately, the producer has not shared any additional data concerning the autofocus. 



    2). Fujifilm X-H1

    Fujifilm X-H1 also possesses  significantly improved film-making functions. Now,  films can be recorded in  the DCI 4K mode (4096×2160 - 24p) or in 4K (3840×2160 - 29.97p / 25p / 24p / 23.98) with the data speed flow of 200 Mbps. We can also record F-log on the SD cards.

    There are 20 functional improvements in the camera, including the film-making mode in Full HD 1080/120p (with a possibilities of reducing speed by 1/2, 1/4 and 1/5) used to record materials intended to be presented in slow motion. 



    3). Fujifilm X-H1


    The camera's body is made of magnesium alloys and it has been covered with an external scratch-resistant coating. The camera is also, of course, resistant to dust and splashes. The body has the dimensions of 139.8mm×97.3mm×85.5mm and it weighs 623g.

    On the upper panel, we can find an auxiliary 1.28'' LCD screen, known from the medium-format Fujifilm GFX 50S model, on which we will be able to view the displayed information immediately. It is certainly a step in a good direction which is hopefully going to encourage other producers to apply it in their cameras.

    On the back panel, we can find a 3'' display, with the resolution of 1.04 Mp, which can be folded in three directions (a fully touch screen)

    X-H1 is also equipped with a big electronic viewfinder, which is supposed to be characterized by a big zoom -  0.75x. The image resolution amounts to 3.69 Mp and it has a refresh rate of 100 f/s. The delay period will amount to merely 0.005 s. 

    The newest model of Fujifilm is also equipped with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, which enable staying in constant contact with the mobile application on a smarthphone or a tablet. The camera uses the NP-W126S rechargeable battery, which makes it possible to take around 350 photographs.


    4). Fujifilm X-H1


    Fujifilm X-H1 is to appear on sale in March. The body will cost $1900 and the version with a grip -  $2200.

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