Fujifilm X-H1: First shots Around Zapote Street

Time for sample shots!

During the launch of the Fujifilm X-H1 at Shooting Gallery Studios, we were given a few minutes to test out Fujifilm’s latest flagship camera. In those few minutes we had, we tried the X-H1’s autofocusing performance, along with its 5-axis in-body image stabilization feature.

For this quick test, we used two lenses: The XF 35mm 1.4 R and the XF 50-140mm F/2.8 WR OIS. Check out some of the shots we took:

Daylight shot. Details are well-preserved in spite of the harsh lighting.


Even with a slightly underexposed shot, the X-H1 has a pretty wide dynamic range. It just shows that its 3rd-generation X-Trans sensor is doing its job very well.


Quick candid portrait with one of the people during the testing of the X-H1.


When it comes to shooting with details, the X-H1’s autofocus nailed the details on the watch well, in spite of the fast hand movement.


Another portrait during our quick test with the X-H1. The X-H1’s 3rd-generation X-Trans sensor delivers rich color, especially when you use the Velvia film simulation mode.


This one was taken using the XF 50-140mm 2.8. Using a slower shutter speed (1/125) at 140mm, the X-H1’s in-body image stabilization gets its work done.


We tried to test how good the X-H1’s in-body image stabilization is with this photo. Shot at 140mm with a 1/8 shutter speed, the photo remained sharp and blur-free.

As a professional mirrorless camera, the X-H1 does deliver as promised when it comes to stills. Autofocus performance has improved notably from other X series cameras. The X-H1’s 5-axis in-body image stabilization works wonders and is a welcome feature for both photographers and videographers.

Check out the articles we wrote about the X-H1:

Fujifilm X-H1 Hands On, Quick Review: The Son of the GFX 50S

Fujifilm X-H1 Hands On, Quick Review: The Son of the GFX 50S

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