Fujifilm X-H1 Vs. X-T2 Specs Comparison

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Fujifilm X-H1 Vs. Fujifilm X-T2

Now that the Full Specs of the Fujifilm X-H1 are leaked, I want to give you guys a clear view of where the differences between the X-H1 and the X-T2 are. This is why I made a table that you can check out below or download the PDF on my dropbox.

Remember… it contains (almost) only differences between X-T2 and X-H1. So keep in mind that sensor, processor and other specs are the same.

If you want to see the full list of X-H1 specs (even those identical to X-T2), then check out this blog post.

The Fujifilm X-H1 wins hands down in the video compartment and in build quality. It has a superior autofocus and more features (such as electronic first curtain shutter and flickering reduction mode).

On the other hand, the X-T2 (which has no IBIS, no touch screen and less features), has a slightly longer battery life overall and also minimal better buffer in continuous shooting. The X-T2 also has a slightly bigger EVF compared to the X-H1 (x0.77 magnification Vs. x0.75 magnification), but the one of the X-H1 has much more resolution.

Please note that the leaked specs are not complete. They do not mention that the X-H1 has a shorter EVF black out and that face detection works in 4K video.

Also note, that some of the current advantages of the X-H1 could be firmware based only. The X-T2 might or might not get some of these feature in future via firmware update. I have added a “NOTE” column, where I tell you where a firmware update might be possible.

And make sure to follow the Announcement Live Blogging here on FujiRumors on the 15th of February (the 14th in San Francisco). Follow us on Facebook, RSS-feed and Twitter and feel free to join the Fujifilm X-H facebook group and our new dedicated Fujifilm X-H facebook page

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