Videographers, you’re in for a real treat. Fuji has just announced a major vie for their piece of the interchangeable-lens camera video market in the form of the highly-anticipated X-H1. There have been whisperings around the rumor mill for some time about this camera, and today we get the official word from Fuji on all the specs, pricing, and availability. In addition to the X-H1, today also brings news of two new Fuji X-Mount cinema lenses, the Fujinon MKX18-55mmT2.9 and Fujinon MKX50-135mmT2.9.
The X-H1 looks to be a video powerhouse with a robust build. Many similarities to the X-T2 can be seen in its spec sheet; among other things, both have a 24.3 megapixel, X-Trans III CMOS sensor, X-Processor PRO processor, and 14fp max burst. But there are some critical updates in this new camera.
The most prominent news is the addition of 5.5 stop, 5-axis in-body image stabilization. This is Fuji’s first camera to include this technology, and we hope it points to integration into future bodies t