140 x 97 x 86
additional battery grip with headphone socket
- Camera Labs
Ultimately the X-H1 is a confident all-rounder, but one that’s beaten in many respects by rivals, most notably the full-frame Sony A7 III. If however you’re wedded to the X-system, the X-H1 becomes the most capable body to date and one that’s a joy to shoot with, delivering excellent photo and video quality out-of-camera with the benefit of built-in stabilisation.
- DPReview 8.6
The X-H1 is a camera able to adapt to a wide variety of shooting situations, with excellent image quality, very good video performance and solid autofocus performance. As usual, the camera's color in its JPEGs and movie footage is one of the highlights. Our only real concern is the camera's failure to excel in any respect, especially in the light of the competition available at this price.
- TechRadar 9.0
PRO: in-body image stabilization, brilliant viewfinder, touchscreen control, DCI 4K video, dedicated AF-On button.
CONS: fiddly exposure compensation control, performance not moved on from X-T2, larger design won't appeal to everyone, battery performance could be better.
The most advanced X Series camera to date thanks to a range of new and refined features, but its size means it loses some of that core X Series DNA. A very good camera, not quite a great one.
- Fotografi Digitali
La X-H1 è un ottimo prodotto ma il progressivo "alzare l'asticella" ha portato Fujifilm a competere con avversari più pericolosi, in un ambito – fotografia sportiva – che non è il suo d'elezione. Per quanti già dispongono di ottiche Fujifilm X-Mount e desiderano un corpo macchina più performante, la scelta è scontata. Chi invece si trova a scegliere un sistema ex-novo e prevede di fotografare spesso in contesti dinamici, dovrà valutare le alternative.