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Sony A7III Vs Fujifilm X-H1
This is probably one of the hottest camera comparisons currently on the web: Sony A7III Vs. Fujifilm X-H1.
Now also mirrorlesscomparison compares the two cameras, and it’s as usual a very in depth comparison, so make sure to check it out all.
From the conclusions:
The A7 III ticks all the boxes: great image and video quality, stunning autofocus performance, excellent speed and buffer, lots of customisation, superior battery life, a dual SD card slot and more.
Is it perfect? No camera is, and this one is no exception. For example, the choice to keep the design compact means that the camera isn’t as comfortable with large lenses, and the image stabilisation – while useful with non-stabilised lenses – is the only thing that hasn’t really improved in over three years.
The X-H1 is a different product in many ways, last but not least because it has been designed for a different audience. […]
The X-H1 may sound less exciting than the Sony, but it would be wrong to undermine it. It got some basic yet very important things right, like the comfortable grip, the user-friendly interface and a better implementation of touch screen capabilities. It also shows that Fujifilm is capable of delivering on the video side, not only in terms of quality but also with its clever features and settings.
The X-H1 is also the camera debuts 5-axis stabilisation on the X series, which […] in many ways, is already better than the Sony’s stabilisation system.
The reason the X-H1 doesn’t impress me as much as it should – despite being the most advanced and complete product from Fujifilm to date – has to do with the things that haven’t changed. [FujiRumors: same “old” X-Trans3 sensor, same eye and face detection of X-T2, that is not in par of Sony’s, same battery of X-T2]
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