Fujifilm delivered its hotly anticipated new flagship with great fanfare last month. The X-H1 introduces a number of firsts for Fujifilm, including eagerly awaited built-in stabilization and new video-centric features. This professional mirrorless add a 5-axis image-stabilization system, effective to 5 stops over hand-holding and can record both 4K Ultra-HD and Cinema 4K video.
Using the already well-established 24 megapixels X-Trans CMOS III sensor in an larger and more robust body pushes the system of X-mount mirrorless digital cameras into new territory. The Fujifilm X-H1 is capable of 14 FPS at full-resolution with an Electronic-Shutter and even 11 FPS mechanically when using the optional battery-grip.
Neocamera recently published an extremely thorough review of the Fujifilm X-H1 which can be read here. This digital camera review goes in depth over all the new capabilities and takes a critical look at the newly designed body for this digital camera.