Fuji X-H1 Image Quality Comparison vs Fuji X-T2, Nikon D500, Olympus E-M1 II, Panasonic GH5, and Sony A7 III

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Camera Body and Design

Design Changes 

The Fuji X-H1 follows the same general design language as other high-end X Series cameras, but it also borrows elements from the medium format GFX and definitely looks a bit different from the X-T2, for example, when you look closer. We’ll look at some of the design changes in the next section, but if you’re a fan of Fujifilm ergonomics, don’t worry, it’s still very much a Fuji camera.

If you’ve ever wondered if companies listen to feedback on things such as ergonomics, Fujifilm certainly has been. The X-H1 incorporates many improvements based on feedback from professional photographers, including a larger grip design, a redesigned leaf-spring switch for the shutter release, a quieter shutter mechanism, a new focus level, a new AF-On button — which should prove very useful for photographers preferring back-button autofocus — and larger buttons on the rear of the camera.

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