The Fujifilm X-H1 is the company's newest flagship X Series camera, and with it come some great new features, most of which have an emphasis on video work. This great video gives a quick review of the camera's most prominent features and user experience along with some sample footage.
I'd be lying if I said I wasn't drooling over the new Fuji X-H1 a bit. I've always admired Fuji cameras for their ergonomics and colors, and as they've increased in capabilities, that admiration has only grown. The X-H1 is positioned above the X-T2 and X-Pro2, making it Fuji's most advanced camera behind just the medium format GFX 50S. In particular, Fuji has positioned this camera toward the video crowd, complete with 4K, in-body image stabilization, and the new ETERNA film simulation mode for emulating cinematic film alongside expected improvements in other areas. Thus, this great, quick review from Cinema5D focuses on the video features and the quality of the output. Though it's not all roses and unicorns, altogether, it looks like Fuji has a great camera on their hands with some good-looking footage coming out of it. Check out the video above for the full breakdown.