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Fuji X-H1 & 2 cine zoom lenses announced
#1
https://fujifilm-x.com/gbl/cameras/x-h1/

 

Huge lenses ...

https://fujifilm-x.com/gbl/lenses/mkx18-55mmt29/

https://fujifilm-x.com/gbl/lenses/mkx50-135mmt29/

#2
I have to admit that the IBIS demo is quite awesome.

#3
Continued from the other thread @Joju, I don't think grip is large enough to make a difference with 100-400. Seems about the same size as A7's.

#4
Define "large enough"  Wink 

 

The camera is 170 grams heavier and 35 mm deeper. I think that makes a difference.

 

[Image: Fuji-X-H1-vs-X-T2-Top-View.jpg]And not all of the 35 mm is a larger eye-piece  Smile

#5
Well, it'll make a difference compared to X-T series but I doubt it's yet to be enough. Grip is still rather tiny so you can't grab the camera like a caveman, you still have to hold it gently with your right hand and carry most of the weight on your left hand with heavy lenses. 

 

Also interesting to see Fuji trying to please typical DSLR users with every single camera and update they release. By interesting I mean sad.

#6
Fuji doesn't dare to go fresh ways. The whole dial, wheel and even the sharp corner design (compared to Canon EOS with their soft curves or Nikon with their rubber coats and also soft corners), Fuji tries to state "we're retro. and if we're not retro then we're hell of retro".

 

Now they pack together anything modern, like articulated (yet not fully) touchscreen, nearly 4MP of EVF, tons of video features, top display - everything which is also to find in well thought cameras, but they stick to retro design and retro concept. "we need those wheels, because our customers say so". They don't finish their open construction sites within their UI, they just add new ones, with poor translations and endless contradictions. To make things worse, they also out in loads of exceptional configurations. I felt the conceptional UI base already weak. Now, with the new overload of new functions, it will be an even steeper learning curve - and still fall short of becoming a pro camera in terms of versatility and speedy usability. This is less a tool for still photography than a toy for nerds - or a movie cam with only one perfect setup.

 

Hell, I wanted to wait with a judgement, but I can't help.

#7
Grip size looks fine to me..
http://j.mp/2BveDWp
#8
I thought it was shallower. Yeah, this looks fine.

#9
Quote:Well, it'll make a difference compared to X-T series but I doubt it's yet to be enough. Grip is still rather tiny so you can't grab the camera like a caveman, you still have to hold it gently with your right hand and carry most of the weight on your left hand with heavy lenses. 

 

Also interesting to see Fuji trying to please typical DSLR users with every single camera and update they release. By interesting I mean sad.
 

Well, they got offerings in basically all style segments now ...
  


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