The Sony A7 mark III and the Fujifilm X-H1 are priced similarly at approximately $1900/$2000 and are both, at the time of writing, two of the most interesting offerings from their respective brands.
The A7 III includes features from the flagship A9 and A7R III in a package that is less expensive in comparison to the other two E-mount cameras, making it a very attractive choice for photographers who want a full-frame camera with excellent autofocus and 4K video.
The X-H1 is the new flagship from Fujifilm, which finds its place a step above the X-T2 for a few reasons, the most important being 5-axis sensor stabilisation which is a first for the company.
In addition to the most basic argument (sensor size), what else can be said about the A7 III and X-H1? Here is a list of the most interesting differences. Happy reading!
Read full post here: