Fujifilm has announced release dates of new firmware for the X-T3, X-H1 and GFX 50S to add some new features. Amongst others, the GFX 50S gets 35mm “full frame” crop mode support when using a GF lens and H mount adapter, the X-T3 gets 4K HDR and the X-H1 sees improved in-body image stabilisation.
A couple of big areas where users have felt Fujifilm have lacked a little in their cameras are their video capabilities and lack of in-body image stabilisation. Well, they’ve addressed both of those concerns with the new Fujifilm X-H1 in a big way. But while the X-H1 is more video-focused than previous Fujifilm cameras, it’s no slouch when it comes to stills, either, capable of shooting up to 14 frames per second. DIYP had the chance to check it out in person and have a chat with Fujifilm UK about it during The Photography Show last month.
Fuji Rumours are reporting that they’ve received what appear to be the first images of the fabled Fujifilm X-H1. A camera that seems to be a little more video oriented than Fuji’s previous cameras, offering even more than the X-Pro2’s new firmware update. There have been rumours of such a camera floating around for a long time now, but this seems to be the first proof that it’s actually going to be a real thing.