Two years ago, Fujifilm announced its most popular X-Series camera to date, the X-T2. It was one of many “second generation” mirrorless cameras to hit the market that year and included characteristics one would expect from a high-end product such as a more robust housing, an improved autofocus system and 4K video.
The recently announced Fujifilm X-H1 is built upon the strengths of the X-T2, making it the most powerful X-Series camera in the range.
In this comparison preview, we’re going to take a look at how the new X-H1 compares to one of its main rivals on the mirrorless market, the Sony a6500. Despite sharing similar characteristics, including a 24MP APS-C sensor, advanced hybrid autofocus system, 5-axis sensor stabilisation and advanced video capabilities, there are quite a few ways in which they differ as we’ll discover below.
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