Fujifilm X-H1 from the filmmaker’s perspective

The X-H1 is the Fujifilm’s flagship digital camera that packs the latest and most advanced technologies from the Japanese company, including the IBIS (for the first time in the X line). This model is very interesting for movie makers too, as it comes with significant improvements in the video area.

Moritz from the well-know Fenchel & Janisch duo, specialized in video reviews, shares his impressions on the Fujifilm X-H1, especially in comparison with the X-T2. Although, Panasonic and Sony were more successful in the video field, manufacturing powerful products from the GH and, respectively A7 series, this video might clarify how much of a real competitor this new X-H1 is for filmmakers.


Curated by Sebastian Boatca



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