Fujifilm has announced its latest camera, the X-H1. It’s the company’s newest flagship model, a APS-C mirrorless model that’s designed to be used for both photography and video. It has a 24.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor inside a body that uses features first seen in both the X-T2 and GFX 50S models.
The primary addition is the camera capabilities, with DCI 4K video, 14 fps max burst shooting and a new addition to Fujifilm in the form of 5-axis in-body stabilization. The exterior body is dust and water-resistant, offering a bigger grip than previous cameras. There’s also two dual-dials that allow the user to control shutter speed, ISO, shooting and focus modes. The Fujifilm X-H1 camera will cost $1,900 USD and will be available from March 1 from Fujifilm’s web store.
The company has been announcing several new upgrades to its camera range lately, with the most recent addition being the AX-5 Mirrorless camera.