The X-H1 was a great idea and it should have been another great Fujifilm camera. It carried forward Fujifilm’s incredible JPEG engine, colour, and processing. It gained a useful top-plate screen, in-body stabilisation, and a grip. It should have been an epochal product which drew closer the divided camps of mirrorless and DSLR cameras. Unfortunately, its design misses are many, and large, and ultimately it was eclipsed in the action/sports arena by Fujifilm’s X-T3.
ENTER: FUJIFILM X-H1
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Fujifilm X H1 VS Leica SL Part 1 - basic handling
Fujifilm X-H1 VS Leica SL Part 2 - gloves