fuji x h1 review 2019

But even though Fujifilm’s phase-detect coverage is smaller than most of its mirrorless rivals, it remains a very usable area and one that’s still comfortably larger than the typical lozenge or diamond-shaped AF coverage of most DSLRs. Above: Fujifilm X-H1 and XF 90mm at 1/5. All of the non-OIS lenses, a selection consisting mostly of XF primes, should enjoy five stops of compensation under CIPA conditions, with the XF 35mm f1.4 and XF 16-55mm f2.8 boasting the best results approaching 5.5 stops. By sharing the same sensor as the X-T2, the core capabilities are the same, although Fujifilm has enhanced a number of aspects. Simply the best Fuji ever made. The longest clip length of 15 minutes for 4k or 20 minutes for 1080p falls behind the half hour clips of rivals, and while I know the X-H1 can extend to half an hour with the optional battery grip, its rivals don’t face this limitation. Like the X-T2 before it, recording times are limited per clip when filming with the body alone, although the additional heft of the X-H1 has at least allowed Fujifilm to extend them a little. The last option is an interesting one, averaging the entire frame, but for the majority of my shots I stuck with Multi and that’s what you’ll see deployed in my sample images. Reducing the speed to 5fps allowed the X-H1 to deliver live feedback though and made it much easier to follow the subject – this was useful for cycling, but a necessity for random birds in flight. While the X-H1 is classed in the mirrorless bracket, its design and feel is certainly akin to that of a premium DSLR. Camera type: Mirrorless Sensor: 24.3Mp APS-C (23.6 x 15.6mm) X-Trans CMOS Processing engine: X Processor Pro Lens mount: Fujifilm X Sensitivity range: ISO 200-12,800 expandable to ISO 100-51,200 Autofocus system: Hybrid with 91 or 325 points Max continuous shooting rate: Electronic shutter: 14fps for 42 jpegs, 28 lossless compressed raw or 25 uncompressed raw, … Lenses with OIS use their two optical axes for pitch and yaw, leaving the remaining three (X shift, Y shift and roll) to the body; the exception here is the recent XF 80mm macro which sports four axes of optical stabilisation and only utilities the single roll compensation from the X-H1 body. Fujifilm’s also enhanced the touch capabilities in the movie mode. The effect above reminds me of earlier stabilised systems on rivals before gradual refinement began to better understand the differences between unwanted wobble and deliberate movement. The unusual screen mechanism may be quick to use, but still can’t flip forward to face the subject for selfies or filming pieces to camera, and I also found the substantial viewfinder eye cup blocked a large portion of the view when the screen was angled-up. Fujifilm X-H1 autofocus and burst shooting. There’s also face detection with optional eye detection. I find I can achieve the mood I want using these subtle but effective processes, rather than resorting to often heavy-handed filters on other systems. One thing to note: The autofocus of the X-H1 is faster than the X-Pro2 and the sensor, even tho it is the same on paper, does better at high iso. I repeated my tests with the card in Slot 2 and measured essentially the same results in terms of burst depth and speed. Above: Fujifilm X-H1 and XF 100-400mm at 400mm, 11fps, Zone AF. I also tried the wireless version, connecting my laptop and the camera to my home Wifi network. Above: Download the original file (Registered members of Vimeo only). Here’s how a few of them look on the same scene. X-T4 X-T30 X-E3 X-H1 X-Pro3 X-T200. Brighton’s swooping seagulls still provided a challenge but my hit rate increased dramatically compared to the wide area mode. After an initial struggle in sales, a price cut in 2019 gave it a second boost. Sadly you can’t tap to refocus when filming video though, or even when composing prior to filming video – it only works when the app slider is set to take still photos. So far so similar to the X-T2, but as mentioned at the start, the X-H1 offers some AF enhancements. Despite being paired, the app asked me to manually select ‘Wireless Communications’ from the X-H1’s menus and also manually enable the phone’s own Wifi before it would connect them. It’s a feature Fujifilm debuted on the X-E3 and as a long exposure photographer I absolutely love it. I did however have to keep an eye on the exposure, often applying compensation to handle the overcast skies. At least the AF joystick is still present and correct, as well as the clickable finger and thumb dials. The Remote Control option shows a live image from the camera, surrounded by shooting information and a selection of buttons underneath. That’s the best definition I can come up with. Meanwhile the electronic viewfinder now employs a higher resolution 3.69 million dot OLED panel with 0.75x magnification. The 16-55mm f/2.8 still delivers quite a bit of a smooth bokeh. Fujifilm X-H1. I’ll discuss the real-life AF performance in a moment. This camera is the offical camera of the guy that knows what’s up. by Jeremy Gray Preview posted: 02/15/2018. In Wide / Tracking AF mode with focus set to Single AF, the X-H1 automatically selects one or more AF points of its choice from the 13×7 array. I also love the way the display remains active when the camera’s switched off, indicating the shots and battery life remaining at glance. Like the X-T2, burst shooting with continuous autofocus is available at 8fps with the mechanical shutter or 14 with the electronic shutter, and thanks to new shock absorbers, the mechanical shutter is quieter than before. To me this feels like a less satisfactory solution than on the X-T2, where the smaller body could be used as an excuse for reduced performance. Wow.This was my first reaction when I first got started shooting with it. The X-H1 additionally offers a Cinema 4k / 17:9 format, again at up to 200Mbit/s, although only at 23.976 and 24p frame rates. In Zone AF you can concentrate the autofocus to a square measuring 3×3, 5×5 or 7×7 points, and adjust its position using the AF joystick or cross keys; again if you’re in Single AF mode you can choose from the 91-point / 13×7 array, or in Continuous AF, the smaller 49-point / 7×7 array. To adjust the compensation on the X-H1, you’ll need to push and hold the EV button like a shift key as you turn the rear thumb wheel; I couldn’t do this one-handed and needed to support the camera in my left hand in order to use my thumb and index finger simultaneously. I can certainly live with vignetting or software correction for it, but am more concerned with softening in the corners. The good news though is RAW is available in the Low and High ISO positions. In terms of connectivity, the X-H1 inherits the same four ports of the X-T2 before it: a 2.5mm remote jack, mini HDMI port, USB 3 port and a 3.5mm microphone input; if you want a headphone jack, you’ll need to fit the optional Vertical Power Booster grip. This 128×128 pixel display can show a wealth of information that changes depending on whether you’re shooting stills or video. It also makes manual focusing with or without peaking easier to perform without magnifying the image. Moving onto the screen, the X-H1 inherits the unique articulation first seen on the X-T2 and refined on the GFX-50S. Yes, it’s that good. Fujifilm’s solution is the same as the X-T2 before it: fit the optional Vertical Power Booster and triple the life with three batteries at your disposal. If you fit the optional Vertical Power Booster, you can increase the mechanical shutter burst speed to 11fps. Above: Download the original file (Registered members of Vimeo only). Fujifilm today announced its new flagship X-series mirrorless compact digital camera, the Fujifilm X-H1. The Fujifilm X-H1 camera adds in-body stabilization to the X series and offers loads of tools for both photographers and videographers. You can also set a delay up to 24 hours before the sequence begins, although the camera still won’t assemble them into a timelapse video afterwards, something Canon, Olympus and Panasonic now offer as standard, sometimes even at 4k resolutions. Previously I would be forced to use a monopod when shooting in low light with my XF56mm and XF90mm lenses. Set the shutter dial to A, but turn the aperture ring and you’ll be in Aperture Priority. In the meantime, here’s a quick vlogging test. If you’re shooting with continuous autofocus, the X-H1 exclusively uses this AF system and area, but if you switch to single autofocus, the coverage expands widthways using a contrast-based system to fill in the gaps at the sides for a total of 325 areas in a 25×13 array. Note the Lumix G9 takes the crown for the largest actual image size with a 0.83x magnification that really does look bigger, especially since the native shape of Micro Four Thirds will fill the viewfinder panel height, whereas the APSC and full-frame models normally use the wider 3:2 shape which has to be displayed with letter-boxing in most viewfinders. The resolution also allows the X-H1 to match the detail presented by the best of its rivals including the Lumix G9 and Sony A7r III (albeit not the Sony A7 III’s viewfinder which stays at 2.36 Million dots). There’s many times I’ll have gone through a series of almost identical images on the camera in playback, then got completely lost when viewing them all as thumbnails on a remote control app – which was the one I liked best? With identical cards in both slots, the time matched the Slot-2 figure of just over ten seconds. On the X-H1 you can configure the slots to record duplicate still photos for backup purposes on both cards, but sadly not video to both cards simultaneously (something the Sony A7 III can do). Like the X-T2 before it, the X-H1’s Vertical Power Booster also enhances the performance of the camera, increasing the mechanical burst speed from 8 to 11fps, improving the overall response and extending all movie clips to a maximum of 30 minutes. It’ll stay focused on a subject at 8 to 14fps and at long focal lengths, although for the best success you’ll be using a smaller AF region, and for ease of tracking you’ll want the slower burst speeds with feedback. Moving on, behind a weather-sealed door in the grip are twin SD memory card slots, both of which will exploit the speed of UHS-II cards, although as I discovered in my tests (see later), one was still a little slower than the other (but nowhere near as big a difference as on the Sonys). Importantly the majority of the Fujifilm lenses I’ve tested have been of a very high standard. A button to the left of the release lets you change the ISO, Film Simulation, White Balance, Flash mode and Self timer. Note this is just for indication, not control – you’ll still need to change settings on the camera and use the camera’s shutter release to take the shot. Switching to action, I photographed various combinations of birds in flight and cyclists using the XF 100-400mm. I feel this is a missed opportunity as being able to recharge all three batteries unattended with a single power source would be so much easier at the end of a day. Check out my Best Fujifilm lenses guide for the models I’ve tested and can personally recommend. A slider at the bottom lets you choose between shooting stills or filming video, after which pressing the big red and silver release button above will trigger your choice. I hope Fujifilm can improve their Bluetooth implementation in the near future, starting with proper geotagging. Considering these resolve essentially my only complaints about the XT2, it looks set to be one of the most satisfying cameras this year, although possibly the last to use the X-Trans III sensor. Around the base of the shutter dial is a ring control to adjust the metering mode. It’s good, it’s wedding-ready, but it isn’t the best. The default Film Simulation remains Provia, and that’s what you’ll see in all my sample images unless otherwise stated; it delivers a good balance of contrast and colour without being too punchy or saturated. The latter is the default option. Both cameras feature a rear tilting LCD design. X100V X100F X100T X100S X100. I did however notice if face detection was enabled, the experience slowed-down and the X-H1 felt less confident. Here are the top 3 reasons why I bought the #Fujifilm X-H1 back as my main photo camera. After the second clip, the base and grip were a little warmer still, but still far from hot and the battery indicated three bars remaining. Once connected, the app offered the same four options as previous versions: Remote Control, Receive, Browse Camera and Geotagging. Above: Fujifilm X-H1 and XF 100-400mm at 400mm. To put it through its paces, I used Eterna on all the video samples you’ll find in this review, unless otherwise stated. I became very fond of Eterna while testing the X-H1 and found it became my default option, although like previous models you can alternatively apply any of the Film Simulations to video. There’s still no in-camera HDR generation, but certainly enough bracketing to keep HDR enthusiasts satisfied. I tried the X-Acquire utility on my Mac which can connect over USB or Wifi; you’ll first need to set the camera’s connection settings to the desired connection type. Set the lens to A, but turn the shutter speed dial and you’ll be in Shutter Priority. (including batteries) which makes it is the bulkiest camera in the X Series. Older: X-T3 X-T2 X-T20 X-Pro2 X-T100 . MSRP $1,899.00 $1,299.00 at Amazon The X-H1 inherits the standard nine simulations of earlier X-Trans III bodies, and debuts a tenth: Eterna which is designed to deliver a cinematic style to video without post processing. Regardless, there are a number of handling reasons to make you choose this somewhat larger body. If you’re an owner of an earlier body hoping for a fix, I believe you’re completely out of luck as the updating will require Bluetooth hardware in the camera and at the time of writing that’s just the X-E3 and X-H1. If you’re in Aperture Priority you can adjust the aperture on-screen by tapping the value below the live image. Previous. The only thing the Bluetooth made easier was not having to manually select the X-H1’s Wifi network in the phone. The Fujifilm X-H1 is a high-end mirrorless camera aimed at pro photographers and demanding enthusiasts. Once I enabled stabilisation though, I achieved the same result down to 1/20, and again the slower results at 1/10 and 1/5 were pretty good too. It’s definitely a very unique shutter sound, unlike anything I’ve used before (Pen-F, Sony A7R, Fuji X100S, Fuji X-Pro1 and 2, Nikon Df/D800/D300/D3s and Canon 5d MK-something). More importantly what I did notice was a very welcome absence of shake while composing. Announced in February 2018, it claims the flagship position in the current X-series, above the earlier X-Pro2 and X-T2. For me this is a major benefit of stabilisation when it comes to stills photography, as it’s possible to avoid camera shake by simply using a fast enough shutter speed. The Olympus OMD EM1 Mark II phase-detect coverage is broader, while the Sony A6500 and A7 III, not to mention all of Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS sensors, support phase-detect autofocus across almost their entire frames. Coming: GFX 50S X-A7 X-A5 Tap an icon on the right side of the screen and a tray pops-out, letting you adjust the shutter speed, aperture, compensation, sensitivity, microphone levels, wind filter, headphone volume, film simulation and white balance. Conversely the smaller lenses, like the XF 35mm f2, look slightly out of proportion on the X-H1. I should also add I didn’t experience any issues with light leaks, trying two and four minute exposures at 400 ISO f4 in daylight with the lens cap fitted, and no evidence of any light entering the camera even with the port door wide open and nothing connected. The earlier X-T2 offered a flat F-Log profile (at a base of 800 ISO) but only through the HDMI port to external recorders. So if you’re an early adopter of the X-H1, you won’t be enjoying updated GPS positions yet. Set both the shutter speed dial and the lens to A and the XT2 enters Program mode. Now it’s no longer an issue on the X-H1 and it really does breath a new lease of life into their unstabilised lenses. Ok, that’s the theory, how about the experience in practice? Like that option, you can view thumbnails in two different sizes, tap to enlarge for a closer look and choose to import if desired. While you should expect tech items such as cameras to depreciate, rarely have I seen a camera plummet as in the case of the X-H1. I’m also delighted those big chunky icons in the Q menu are now tappable too, although you can of course still use the AF joystick or cross keys for navigation. The X-H1 was a joy to use, I enjoyed every moment, the size, the responsiveness and the IQ is fantastic. Note in the absence of a dedicated movie record button, you’ll be using the shutter release to start and stop movie recordings. The X-H1’s Shutter dial lets you select speeds from one second to 1/8000 in single EV increments, but if you’re in Shutter Priority or Manual mode, it’s possible to fine-tune shutter values using the rear dial by +/-0.6EV in 0.3EV increments. Bucking the trend for remote control apps, the choice of quality is actually set within the camera, not the app – you can choose the original image size or a reduced one at 3 Megapixels. Now the X-H1 allows you to record F-Log in-camera onto SD cards in 8-bit / 4:2:0. The only issue I faced was when shooting with a zoned area, the X-H1 sometimes focused on his body rather than his face, resulting in some shots being a tad soft, but the fast bursts meant I had plenty of frames to choose from. The Fujifilm X-H1 was the only Fujifilm X Series camera to feature IBIS. The X-H1’s sensor shift stabilisation operates in five axes and delivers up to 5.5 stops of compensation depending on the lens in use. Bluetooth on those models also take care of the Wifi connection for you, so there’s no need to access any other menus in the camera or phone, they just connect. Circling the base of the ISO dial is another ring control, this time dedicated to the drive mode with options for Movie, Bracketing, Continuous High, Continuous Medium, Continuous Low, Single frame, Advanced Filter (effects), and Panorama. You could buy 4 of these for the price of one Nikon D5! I quite liked the Vertical Power Booster approach on the earlier X-T2, where you could effectively choose between a small and light body with some performance limitations, or a slightly larger one that unlocked the full power. It’s the pinnacle of Fujifilm X series of camera and it shows. The X-H1 is also weatherproof with 94 points of sealing. Since it’s a dot matrix LCD, you could in theory display anything and I think it’d be fun to be able to upload custom graphics, like a logo, for display on startup. Some of them, particularly the primes, can be fairly leisurely to focus, while others, typically the sporty zooms with Linear Motors (LM on the model name), snap into focus much faster. If you opt to ‘display window’, you’ll see a thin strip showing the camera model, shutter speed, aperture, ISO, compensation, white balance, and a small thumbnail of the latest picture taken. 100% crops with IBIS off (left) and IBIS enabled (right). Compare that to the X-T2 at 133x92x49mm (35.4mm at its thinnest point) and a weight of 507g including battery, and it’s clear the X-H1 is comfortably larger in every dimension, especially the thickness; indeed it begins to approach the GFX body in this regard. Fujifilm’s X-series may be younger than Micro Four Thirds and Sony’s E mount, but in six years they’ve launched 25 quality models, and there’s several more from third parties, covering most bases. During composition you can swipe-up to display RGB and brightness live histograms, or down to utilize the new dual-axis leveling gauge; this also works when composing through the viewfinder, although strangely once you half-press the shutter release the gauge returns to the old-style single-axis style. Fujifilm’s Camera Remote app is available for iOS and Android devices and I tried the latter (v3.1.0.9) on my Samsung Galaxy S7 phone. Being a mirrorless camera, the X-H1 is still both compact and lightweight, although it wouldn’t go on the list of the most compact mirrorless cameras ever. I’ll get write more about the X-H1 as I go travel the world this winter… I’ll get back to you guys!Cheers, Roxham Road, Independent journalism quebec, enter canada illegally, migrant roxham road. 100% crops with IBIS off (left) and IBIS enabled (right). Like the X-E3 before it, the X-H1 also offers gesture controls. No need to do anything other than make the initial pairing before then leaving the app running on the phone. Fujifilm X-T3 is clearly the smaller of the two cameras. But equally its rivals aren’t standing still either and when comparing the X-H1’s movie features side-by-side with models like the Panasonic Lumix G9 (let alone the video-oriented GH5) and Sony’s A6500 and A7 III, you notice some key differences. Even as Nick the cyclist began to turn the corner of the track, it was hard to keep him centred on the frame at 11fps. Like earlier models, the X-H1 also considerately displays a timer on-screen during long exposures, either counting-up in Bulb mode, or down from a selected shutter speed. I don’t use glasses myself but some of those who do have told me they prefer the X-H1 viewfinder to the X-T2. The first Fujifilm X Series camera, officially called the Finepix X100, was launched back in March of 2011. The X-H1 employs the same 24 Megapixel APSC X-Trans III sensor as most of the bodies in the current X-series line-up, but is the first to stabilize it within the body; Fuji claims this new 5-axis system delivers up to five stops of compensation. Same for the shutter speed in Shutter Priority, or indeed either of them in Manual, but you can’t change the actual exposure mode remotely, nor can you effectively hold down the release button for Bulb exposures. Face detection does however only work with contrast-based AF, and if you have focus set to continuous, the additional eye detection capability becomes disabled. Again like the X-T2, an optional booster grip (the VPB-X-H1) allows you to accommodate two extra batteries, boost mechanical burst shooting to 11fps and extend all movie clips to half an hour, while also sporting an AC input and headphone jack. And again while the face and eye detection can work well in some situations, I found them sufficiently inconsistent that I was wary to use them outside of controlled posed situations. Two consecutive frames from a sequence. You can customize the function of most of the buttons, including the exposure compensation, AE-L, AF-ON and cross keys, as well as choosing what happens when you swipe the screen in one of four directions; the rear dial is also customizable, although weirdly, the front dial is not. Like the X-E3 you can tap to pull-focus while filming, but the X-H1 now additionally offers a new Movie Silent Control option which ignores the positions of the aperture, shutter and ISO dials in favour of touch-screen controls. Sure it’s nowhere near what you’d achieve with the XF 56mm f1.2, but you’ll still enjoy some pleasant effects. In poor light, it’s better than my X-Pro2, but not like a D5 and the likes. The shutter release is a softer ‘feather-touch’ button that lacks a defined click in line with many higher-end bodies; I had no complaints and it’s certainly nowhere near as sensitive as the Lumix G9, so you should experience no issues achieving a half-press. Despite further upgrades to the movie mode, videographers will also notice there’s no traditional red button to start recording – instead you’ll be using the shutter release button. I also felt the Olympus OMD EM1 Mark II felt more confident with birds in flight than the X-H1, and both it and the Lumix G9 can shoot even faster bursts while additionally boasting various pre-capture modes that can buffer a few frames before you fully push down on the shutter, ensuring you never miss the moment. I easily found myself running dry halfway through a day of typical stills shooting and in my video tests I managed a fairly modest 50 minutes worth of video on a single charge. Fujifilm’s larger lenses, like the XF 100-400mm, XF 50-140mm and the (larger than you think) XF 16-55mm all feel right at home on the X-H1 in a way they never did on the previous bodies, except perhaps the X-T2 when fitted with its optional Vertical Power Booster grip. Fit the optional Vertical Power Booster grip though and both cameras can extend any format to half hour clips. Compare that to the Sony A7 III which measures 127x96x73.7mm (62.7mm at its thinnest point) and weighs 650g including battery. Like other bodies employing the X-Trans III sensor, the X-H1’s phase-detect system embeds 169 autofocus points within a 13×13 square area on the frame – occupying roughly 75% of the height and 50% of the width. I have several other clips demonstrating this effect in my first-looks video at the top of this page. This makes the X-H1 by far the largest and heaviest X-series body to date, most obviously sporting a substantially deeper grip and larger viewfinder head than the models that came before it. The Fujifilm X-H1 marks the latest release in the X series of mirrorless digital cameras.Initially released spring 2018, it man’s the helms as the current flagship line for the camera maker with a 24.3-megapixel X-Trans III APS-C sensor and 5-axis image stabilization. You can also deploy the entire sequence with a self-timer, after which it’ll capture all the frames without intervention. GFX 100 GFX 50R G-Mount Lenses. I'd get mine new at Adorama, at Amazon, at B&H or at Crutchfield, or used at eBay. The X-H1 becomes Fujifilm’s most capable camera for video to date, building upon the features and quality of the earlier X-T2. If you’d prefer complete silence, you can switch the X-H1 to its electronic shutter with the same benefits and caveats as before: on the plus side, you’re shooting in complete silence with the chance to deploy faster shutter speeds up to 1/32000 and quicker bursts up to 14fps, but on the downside there can be skewing artefacts due to rolling shutter if you pan the camera while shooting or try to capture subjects in motion (see below), and possible banding under some types of artificial light. The original file ( Registered members of Vimeo only ) with Bluetooth Fuji... 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