Yes, what you see above lacks saturation, contrast, dynamic range, and is soft at near the front of the lens. I didn’t tilt the Cambo ACTUS GFX far enough forward. You see, I had intended just to take a few test shots, after which I’d cull the bad ones, save the profiles and shoot proper ones tomorrow, where focus, file quality, WB and more would be carefully set. But then family matters erupted.Read More
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
INSTANT OHMAGE - LEICA SL'S HAPTIC MIRACLE
FUJIFILM GFX-50S - VERSATILE PROFILE
Fujifilm X H1 VS Leica SL Part 1 - basic handling
Fujifilm X-H1 VS Leica SL Part 2 - gloves
Last week I published the first part of my Fujifilm X-H1 VS Leica SL review, but forgot to publish it to ohm. PT is devoted to basic handling and my amateur speaking/editing skills. This series will focus on basics of haptics and handling; other channels will cover things typically on the minds of camera nerds.
Many thanks for watching.Read More
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With a single exception, CP+2018’s mirrorless camera booths were the opposite. In bold typography and with pretty models, they postured style, and lacked substance, or, ineptly, they revealed the weaknesses of the products they demonstrated.Read More
A month ago I ordered the X-H1. It arrived at my office just as I was off to CP+ 2018. It is a fine camera at an interesting price. In my opinion, it is far easier to hold and to use than the X-T series, the 1 which previously I owned and which helped push me into the world of Leica. And, it certainly feels better in the hand than a Sony A7iii.Read More