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I think, sensor apart, that X-H1 is an upgrade vs X-t2 only  for film-makers, not for photografers; they wait for new  X-t3 with autofocus speedy like the nikon's one and 32 Mpytes sensor

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I think, sensor apart, that X-H1 is an upgrade vs X-t2 only  for film-makers, not for photografers; they wait for new  X-t3 with autofocus speedy like the nikon's one and 32 Mpytes sensor

 

Nonesense! This is an ideal camera for photographers! IBIS, rugged build, better viewfinder etc, etc. Just because it's being marketed as ideal for video doesn't mean it is only a video camera. The X-H1 is in fact an ideal camera for people who want to do candid photography (very quiet shutter as well as silent shutter), for those who want to do low light photography (better viewfinder and IBIS) and also for anyone who has struggled to get the best out of the 90mm f2 or 16-55 lenses because of camera shake (IBIS).

Personally I can't be bothered with the video side of it and I don't really like the styling (prefer the retro look) but I will get one as soon as I can just because of the IBIS.

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... and also for anyone who has struggled to get the best out of the 90mm f2 or 16-55 lenses because of camera shake (IBIS)..

 

Exactly. I have a number of adapted telephoto primes which are screaming for IBIS, so I'm waiting when this camera appears in my local store to check it against the size and weight.

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I have no lens without IOS, therefore I do not change camera, now, but I  wait for X-T3. With this I don't tell you that X- H1 is not  a good upgrade of X-t2

 

It's great that Fuji offer us a good choice of cameras. Differing models to suit the needs and preferences of the variety of people who shoot with Fuji. They can't get it perfect for all people all of the time, but they come pretty close! They focus on image quality and regular updates to firmware and in doing so give us Fuji photographer's a fabulous deal (imho).

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