Fujifilm has recently unveiled its new X-H1 camera, which features a durable body, and supports various shooting conditions, catering to the continuously growing demands of professional photographers and videographers.
The X-H1 is the first camera from the brand’s X series to feature 5-axis in-body image stabilization (IBIS) along with a flicker reduction mode that improves the quality of indoor sports photography.
It has a comprehensive range of video features that cater to both television and movie production requirements. This great innovation has also led to a collaboration with award-winning celebrity wedding videographer Bob Nicolas, top director of photography for TVCs Odyssey Flores, as well as blockbuster hitmaker Dan Villegas.
The X-H1’s F*log direct-SD Card Recording feature allows for convenient control of colors, and enables videographers to shoot videos with fundamental colors, which can then be later adjusted during final editing. The camera is also capable of recording slow-motion videos, and can now record at a bitrate of up to 200Mbps.
The X-H1 is also the first in its series to feature flicker reduction mode, essential for indoor sport photography, and improved AF algorithms. Flicker reduction mode provides stable exposure during burst mode, regardless of whether it’s in fluorescent or mercury lighting.
There’s also a new film stimulation called ETERNA, which mimics cinematic film, delivering understated colors and rich shadow tones, giving more options during post-processing.
The Fujifilm X-H1 is priced at PhP106,990 (Body Only) and PhP124,990 (With X-H1 Grip Kit), and is available at Fujifilm dealers nationwide.