It's a hell of a lot more compact for the same range. However, that's not even the case. If the future is full frame then they will have to figure out how to make smaller lenses. Watch as they photograph lemurs, red pandas and maybe even a Tyrannosaur while putting this camera to the test. Wide open maybe not so much. DPreview's own studio comparison adjust image brightness so the bodies are all in line of each other. Including Resolution (=larger photosites). But, like printer manufacturers, they wanted to sell the hardware (Playstation) very cheap to make money on software. Yet they do, and if you take a picture with the same parameters, let's say 24mm f2.8 1/60s ISO 100, on two different cameras the scene will have as much light (give or take light transmission on the lens, actual ISO, etc...). In that regard f4 is f4, no matter what the sensor behind the lens is. And the A7III is not just better in sensor size, even if it was APS-C it would be a hell of a strong competitor to the XH1, but no, it has the best 24mp 35mm sensor ever made. But to me it makes less sense to buy only into FF considering the size, weight and price when alternatives are available and good enough for what I'm intending to do with it. And so I had to point out some things that really stand out, like the Shutter quietness, not to mention the simplicity of Fuji user interface, though some would disagree with me :-). It receives x photons * 384mm (the sensor area). I REALLY like all of the direct control dials, Nikon-F jokes and nostalgia aside. You can shoot worse pictures with better cameras too. It's like saying - "I tried FF and I didn't like it, but then I tried crop and started shooting RAW and it is much better now". Why would you disagree with any of it? I thought the X-H1 images and especially the video looked great. :)That Ricoh GR is one of the few APS-C cameras I do like very much. Sonys were ergonomically poor and the lenses so heavy I may as well stay with Nikon. I realize there are a number of current Fuji shooters who eagerly placed pre-orders for the X-H1 and are now enjoying doing photography the camera. They have taken the jpg colour science that is so appreciated by their users and provided it for video too - without having to dick around with camera colour settings. If you combine 3 vertical shots into 1 landscape image and then down-sample it to match the original resolution, you will see that the image quality improves a lot. Fujifilm X-H1 Fujifilm X-Pro3 Fujifilm XF 18mm F2 R Fujifilm XF 35mm F1.4 R Fujifilm XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS +10 more. Also sure how to heat sink it. In practice, the difference is negligble for 99% of photographers, as this will easily outperform all of the FF cameras from 2010. Especially the part about UWA prime vs. zoom. With the weight I gain I can bring a couple more lenses (even bodies) with me... About ISO-equivalence, I don't think it exists, simply because it is too much dependant on technology. Why the MFT 40-150 f2.8 over a FF lens? - No. -There's faster pace of technological progress and focus on the FF size sector compared to any smaller or larger sizes. Review: Does the Canon Rebel T8i DSLR make sense in an increasingly mirrorless world? You can turn a completely black frame into white frame, no problem. Their lenses are similar size as Canon and Nikon. He can't afford it.2. That's how it works. The X-H1 takes this further with a 'Dynamic Range Priority' mode. Canon 24mm IS worked well with the adapter too, if I remember right. Wait until Sony announces the a7000. Maybe its DoF is nicer because you are trying to trick me :) by using wider equivalent aperture on a crop camera. The e shutter is essential for silence, obviously, and the Fuji lens system optimized for the bodies present spectacular results. I mean, it seems like the smallest detail are always represented by a group pixels, never by a single one. And smaller sensors are called "CROP" sensors BECAUSE they are cropping the image. BS? Obviously the gain is not there for all lens, especially if you need the aperture equivalence. This means every tone will be cleaner, so your darkest tone that's distinguishable before being swamped with noise (so long as your sensor isn't contributing too much noise), will be a darker tone. Then the controls remain a huge difference: I love the aperture ring and SS knob, much more than a PSAM dial. Such heavy lenses also have their own tripod socket. Consumers tend to lack the ability to recognise that there may be needs other than their own, so "enthusiasts" are likely to be mystified by the purpose of this camera. What if Canon decides to make a mirrorless medium format camera too. And none of the three FF brands are charging $600 for it. Also, you have to make sure that your screen is set up correctly and the “DUAL IS MODE” is checked under “Display Custom Setting” in “Screen Set-Up”. Sony is compelling, but some hate their menus and colour science. Is this disadvantage meant as general the difference between APS-C and full frame or is it about the specs and features? If you can't see that, then please try using a larger UHD monitor before suggesting that sensor size doesn't matter.If some cameras have better sensor tech, it doesn't break the equivalence principle. The X-H1 is available with an MSRP of $1899 body only and $2199 bundled with the VPB-XH1 vertical grip. It's only going to get worse as time goes on people catch people catch on. I have no fetish for using toys, but I can see all the reasons for not using them in the sample images. if I shoot my FF with f/4.2 the scene is darker than the same one shot at f/2.8 on APS-C. To be honest, appart from the sharpness of the lens itself, I don't see much advantage to take my A7 II + 16-35mm f4 over my Fuji X-T20 + 10-24mm f4. Fujifilm's 3.00 firmware update adds a new Pixel Shift Mult-Shot mode to its GFX 100 camera that works alongside a new Pixel Shift Combiner program to output 400MP Raw images made up from 16 individual still images. Fujifilm says firmware updates for its GFX 50S, X-T3, and X-H1 cameras are around the corner, with plenty of new features and functionality to boot. Then there's also the possible abandonment of the X-T line, but then again, I don't expect any camera line will last more than a decade these days :-(. it's an ultra wide angle lens, aperture will matter mostly for exposure and there, when I compare my X-T20 and A7 II at ISO 6400 I don't see any advantage on the FF side (but I can feel the 300g more). That new A7III is very attractive and there are some reasonably priced Sony primes ready to replace my Canon ones. @Marksphoto you want to be it true so maybe it is placebo? The Sony 100-400 is somewhat more expensive than the Fuji 100-400. maybe Iâm wrong but FF EV advantage does not seem that relevant outdoors in normal light? you were happy with A7 but the adapted Canon lenses are not working well? This will narrow the 1.3EV gap in terms of the difference in total light they get. With 91 focus points (up to 325 points), the camera has a phase detection AF area that covers 50% (side to side) and 75% (top to bottom) of the frame to achieve fast and accurate autofocus. The viewfinder looks very smooth with its 100Hz refresh … I think this X-H1 with a grip you can hold onto will be perfect. Now, three months later, the company has confirmed in a statement that the personal information of past and current employees was taken from its servers. Yep. You said Fuji's bigger size is a con, but there are many photographers who find the Sony to be cramped. @larkhonI can't make you see the difference. There are a lot of photo/video cameras that have found a role as B-cameras on professional productions or A-camera for amateur and independent productions. I still can't believe Canon messed up so tragically with their 6D Mark II. 85mm lenses illustrates the future of photography. Fuji is seemingly trying to compete with the likes of Sony on their turf which isn't Fuji's strength. Those who prefer the non blown out rendering will like it. The obvious things that can't be set independently for stills and movie shooting are the exposure settings, since these are primarily defined by dedicated control dials. Equivalence can be made either on shallow DOF or on exposure. Fuji makes great cameras, but if you like them you're better off buying used. - Total nonsense! Sorry for such a stupid question but it’s been confusing me and I haven’t found a clear answer on google. It is a choice. I think the closest thing would cost around $3000. Heat on Sony cameras is a non issue with their most current offerings (A9 & A7). For pro work, I reckon the XH, the 16-55 and the 50-140 would be a solid kit, with a couple of primes added later and MKs rented as needed. Sony's aggressive feature set and pricing also spell bad news for Panasonic and Olympus. Which might be the reason why Sony doesn't make such crop lenses. Yes we are different. Switching these modes is as easy as moving the selector next to your lens. Only if you are a fool who fails to even do the most basic post processing work this is an issue. An apsc for the price of an full frame...that is overpriced! The other poster is correct, a big heavy lens supports the camera, not the other way around. So yes while amazing, not really a strength for one format over the other. Fujifilm will be releasing firmware updates for six cameras in April in May. You seem to be indicating Fuji is cheating...which shows a bit of a lack of undertsanding on your part. bigger. A single Fuji battery pack provides about 300 shots, whereas DSLRs provide more than 1,000 with the optical viewfinders. apsc is not Fuji, other brands also offer apsc and they are a lot cheaper than Fuji. The FUJIFILM X-H1 boasts autofocus performance with enhanced capability to track a moving subject. :)If it sells like hot cakes, then why not make it more expensive next time? Combining a 37MP full-frame sensor, minimalist controls and Lightroom Mobile built in, it's a refreshing – if a bit quirky – take on the smartphone-meets-camera concept. Also, Fuji has a significant dominance in jpeg quality. You still won't get the FF ISO performance on a crop camera. Which makes a lot more sense to me, than a tiny MFT setup.Now I think that I'm going to switch to Sony soon. 86% is a great score! I tried and tried pushing the look to a sharper, wide, more composition-oriented look but no... We want that 5DII+50/1.8... Just pointing out the importance of the FF look (unobtainable shallow DOF with other systems inc. MF) for many, especially in developing countries where technology/knowledge is always a few years behind. I'll hardly call any nifty fifty "the same thing". But can you imagine how much would it cost? i agree , i found the tone and conclusions of the written review dismissive and a bit off the mark .... this camera is a pro camera without compromise for those who earn their living with a camera ... it is the most capable , stills and video camera fuji has ever produced , there is no stills centric fuji camera that outdoes it, i find it large , but for many the handling will be improved in a pro setting. Plus, Nikon and Canon DSLRs continue to perform exceptionally well when size and sound aren't an issue. In this buying guide we’ve rounded up all the current interchangeable lens cameras costing less than $1500 and … @pro photo 2011There are the Batis 21mm f2.8 and 25mm f2.0, Loxia 21mm (soon also 25mm) and 28mm f2. Demand dictates supply and price.Apple is the "APS-C". They are also riding the vintage wave of marketing. The rear camera (or cameras) on an iPhone has all the latest bells and whistles, but how do you use them to capture a selfie or record a video of yourself? AF is insane along with burst rate, ergonomics are the best out there, Nikon lenses are numerous and cheap, esoecially if you go manual, If it had Sony's video features (just full sensor readout really) and good video AF, it'd be my "perfect camera". I would use FF ISO400 F9 and APS-C ISO160 F5.6 (because in Canon world :) ISO160 is special). now having read that , &considering the xt2 which got gold . In addition, firmware v2.0 also practically eliminated sudden jumps when panning the camera, which was an issue with the initial firmware. At 23.7 ounces (673g), the X-H1 is getting up into DSLR territory (it slots between a Nikon D7500 and D500, for example). the f-stop difference I have inflicted on the FF is making the scene darker (and I should have used f8.4 to match the APS-C f5.6, if it had been possible). From what I read, different sensor size, equivalent f-stop on lens, same aperture diameter, same amount of light. Thank you for this review. I prefer some of the more modest lenses like the Pana 15mm f1.7 or the 45-175mm f4-5.6. Iâm sure Fuji makes great cameras and lenses - theyâve been at it for decades, and their TV zoom lenses dominate broadcast TV globally. I mean, I can imagine what is possible with a better than good enough camera. No. Now stop screwing around, get back to work and build me a killer X-T3. Same size, same weight, same production costs. @DarnGoodPhotosYes, Fuji's largest lenses can be larger than their FF equivalents AND even more expensive. I recently shot an NFL football game from the sidelines with both and can't tell the difference in quality between the images from each camera. Maybe will get a better sensor as my 10 year old 5d MK2 has a better image quality than the new fuji cameras. Even if it means losing some IBIS performance, I think it's safe to say that most people would prefer having IBIS on the existing X-E, X-T or X-Pro bodies rather than restricting it to a very specific camera. The camera features a high-quality full magnesium-alloy construction from front to back, making it a real workhorse. We all know that these x series cameras are absolutely professional grade, as do our clients. And hence is less noisy). Otherwise you wouldn't be arguing. Eh? No xTrans magic. Download the actual files and look for yourself. The Fujifilm X-H1 uses the same 24.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor and X-Processor Pro image processor as already used in the Fujifilm X-Pro2 and X-T2. I'm not sure what it is, It seems like some sort of weird sharpening going on there. Its eye detection works reasonably well when shooting wide open with large-aperture lenses like the Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R. And it has quite a bit of control of continuous AF behavior, allowing one to tweak AF tracking sensitivity, speed tracking sensitivity and zone area switching for different subjects and shooting environments. Allowed shooting from waist level or ground level and provided that same top panel information display functionality. Today, at its Snapdragon Tech Summit, Qualcomm revealed the details of its new Snapdragon 888 system on a chip (SoC) that, amongst performance and battery improvements, offers an array of impressive photographer features, should Android smartphone manufacturers choose to make the most of them. So, please, learn the equivalence principle and stop the BS. But, what about making a FF setup to match the APS-C "look"? While you were focussing on the top right...I was looking at the light in the background....Fully rendered by the Fuji, and blown out by the Sony. So it is all about trade-off. http://www.opticallimits.com/fuji_x/746-fuji35f14?start=2, http://www.opticallimits.com/sonyalphaff/980-sonyfe50f18?start=2. I still have that camera. Fujifilm seems to married to APS-C sensors and Medium format, but the future is with full frame. Now I have 20mp and it's not much for cropping. Shop online at DCW. xTrans artifacts - wrong. "I can use the benefits of lighter gear" - Not necessarily and not much lighter. Photographer and YouTuber Todd Dominey has shared a video that details the history of Kodak Aerochrome film, a film stock he says has 'an origin story unlike any other.'. In conclusion, the overall advantage is with the consumer. And it leads to this "cleaner" look with detail deficiency. Inadequate pricing - wrong. Bad/retro ergonomics - wrong. An awful lot of that on the net. They overheat like crazy. When I was shooting macro on APS-C, I soon realized that its ISO400-640 was the limit for a clean(ish) image. Because they cheat, their actual ISO value is lower than they are telling you, up to full stop at high ISOs. How may companies do that. Point is, you can't. In fact , the truth is, except for special cases, apsc delivers enough image quality (and especially when used with good fast prime lenses) into a smaller package vs full frame. Even if I'd ignore all of the flaws and shortcomings, like AF, or battery life, etc ... still, APS-C quality at $1900 (specially xTrans) isn't on my shopping list. The specific lens characteristics and the specific sensor performance will affect how much of that potential you can get. So weather sealing and (in the case of my plucky little E-M5) taking a full on hit when camera and cyclist hit the ground during a crash, and still comin' up shooting-is an important consideration. Plus more client cred than MFT. They expected their computers to last for a century or something and were very upset about new chips getting much better too fast. He should get a Ricoh GR then. from the article: [as regards gold\silver awards], "These awards are meant to be hard to achieve.
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