Fujifilm’s upcoming X-H1 mirrorless camera has been leaked. It’s the first X Series camera with in-body image stabilization (IBIS), and it’s filled with features lacking in the X-T2.
Rumors of Fujifilm bringing IBIS to the X Series have been swirling for months, and the X-H1 will turn those rumors into reality. The details about the camera were leaked in separate posts by FujiRumors, Digicam-info, and Nokishita. The camera is designed for pros and features 4K video recording, a rugged build, and much more.
Here are the main specs of the camera, according to a leaked press release translated by FujiRumors:
- 24.3 MP, X-Trans CMOS III sensor
- X-Processor PRO
- ISO 200-12800 (extendable to 100-51200)
- 5-axis in-body stabilization of 5.5 stops
- Electronic front curtain shutter, electronic shutter
- Rugged magnesium alloy body
- EVF with 3.69M dots, 100 fps, and 0.005s response time
- 3-inch 1.04M-dot tilting touchscreen LCD
- ETERNA Film Simulation
- 4K at 24fps and 30fps
- 120fps slow motion in 1080p
- F-log (can be recorded on F-Log directly to SD card at 4K)
- Video bit rate up to 200 Mbps
- Built-in high-performance microphone
- Improvement of AF algorithm
- Dual memory card slots
- Wi-fi and Bluetooth
- 139.8×97.3×85.5mm dimensions
- Weight 623g (673g with battery)
FujiRumors has also published a chart that compares the feature differences between the X-H1 and X-T2. Features found in the X-H1 and not in the X-T2 include Bluetooth, a touchscreen, Flicker Reduction Mode, electronic 1st curtain shutter, internal F log, 4K face detection, and SD relay recording.
Fujifilm will reportedly be officially announcing the X-H1 on February 15th, and the camera is said to have a price tag of $1,899 (the X-T2 costs $1,599).