Fuji’s Newest Pro-Grade X-series Camera Brings an Impressive Suite of Features

Cheaper than its competitors, just as powerful.

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Fujifilm takes aim at videographers with their newest release, the X-H1. It boasts a 24M sensor, DCI 4K video mode and a unique focus algorithm that helps to eliminate exposure instability when shooting indoors. In line with its target audience, the X-H1 supports the digital cinema (17:9) aspect ratio and can be easily paired to your computer or smartphone via Bluetooth. Its most impressive achievement, however, is its in-camera image stabilization. A first for the X-series, the X-H1 allows you to optically stabilize your images no matter what lens attached to it. Given that the majority of Fujifilm’s X-mount lenses don’t provide this, it’s a substantial addition. Available for purchase March 1st, for $1,899.95.

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