With the X-H1, Fujifilm at long last adds in-body IS
Essentially an update of the 2-year-old Fujifilm's first camera to incorporate sensor-shift image stabilization. It's more than late to a party where Sony, Olympus and Panasonic have already fallen asleep on the couch. But better late than never, and its five-axis, five-stop system is certainly a welcome upgrade to one of Fujifilm's best.-- the body's been refined and the feature set expanded for the cinema-shooting crowd -- the X-H1 has the distinction of being
The X-H1 is slated to ship in March for $1,900; that's a few hundred more than the current X-T2 prices in the US. (I don't have UK or Australia prices, but it converts to about £1,360 and AU$2,400.)
Fujifilm bumped up the top video resolution from 4K UHD to DCI 4K (though at a relatively low 200Mbps) and added verbal time codes. Plus, it wouldn't be Fujifilm without adding another film simulation: This time, it's Eterna for a cinema filmlike look. And now you can record F-log to an internal card rather than just to an external recorder. Not quite the/ , but those have a smaller sensor.
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Phase One gets new lenses as pro camera market livens up
New wide-angle and telephoto models from flesh out the high-end medium-format camera market.
Fujifilm, Michael Kors fashion a camera for the selfie-centered
The fashion house's latest collaboration puts a sheen on Fujifilm's Instax Mini 70 instant film camera.
Polaroid Snap is a pocket-sized instant-print camera
The camera is very basic and the prints are small, but if you're looking for an inexpensive and travel-friendly way to shoot instant photos, the Snap could be the answer.
Canon, Pentax power forward to lure high-end camera buyers
Trying to coax consumers toward a world beyond smartphones, camera makers at the CP+ trade show reveal plans for dramatically better premium products.
How a $47,000 camera learned to go mirrorless
The A-series cameras marry Phase One's digital sensors with Alpa's lenses. It's a new-era approach to an old-school photography technique.
For camera makers, hope lies in pricey devices for the few
As smartphones replace point-and-shoots, companies from Nikon to Fujifilm are scrambling to build premium product lines. That's great news for photo enthusiasts.
Fujifilm debuts two X-mount lenses, new edition of X-T1
There'll also be a big firmware update for the X-T1 in December.
The camera announcements of CP+ 2014
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SanDisk rolls out speedy UHS-II, U3 Extreme Pro SD
Fast cards, ready for some of the hot spring cameras.
For cameras and camcorders, CES 2014 brings more Wi-Fi, wearables, 4K, fewer models
At this year's show, we learned that wearables aren't just for fitness and phones, action cams are plentiful, and camera lineups are thinning out, and that's probably for the better.
Fujifilm lens eyes portrait photographers at CES
A new, fast lens for the X series.
Sony's replacement for its entry full-frame mirrorless model gets major boosts to speed, battery life, quality...
The updated many-point autofocus system, 4K video support and more will be welcomed by Canon mirrorless fans.
It's the company's first full-frame dSLR with a movable LCD, which is kind of sad.
With a better autofocus system, Sony's follow up to its A7R II flagship full-frame mirrorless keeps the stellar...
This $250 camera is smart enough to press the shutter button for you. Is that enough?
It upgrades from a ridiculous 5 frames per second on the RX10 III to a sublimely ridiculous 24fps with continuous...
Panasonic's successor to the ZS100 "travel zoom" compact brings the lens to 24-360mm, but sacrifices speed.
The company's latest mirrorless camera is smaller and lighter than its predecessor with the tilting viewfinder...
It's not perfect and it's too expensive for many of us, but the A9 is fast, accurate, lightweight and delivers...
The update to the Mark II has some design tweaks, but the biggest change is a move away from its odd "easy" operating...
It gets a slightly higher-resolution sensor over the T6 -- more megapixels -- and that's all.