Fuji X-H1 Pictured: Top screen, bigger viewfinder, in-body stabilisation

Posted on by Mike Evans

A top status panel, chunky grip and improved EVF are among the improvements over the current range-topper, the X-T2. (Image:

Leaked pictures of the new Fuji X-H1 on disclose that the X range topper will feature a LCD status screen. After the lead Leica SL, CL and Panasonic Lumix G9, Fuji’s adoption of this DSLR-style panel tells use that it will soon be a must-have feature on mirrorless cameras.

The X-H1, a more chunky pro camera brings five-axis in-body stabilisation, said to offer a 5.5-stop advantage, an electronic front-curtain shutter and improved autofocus over the X-T2. It has the same 24.3MP X-Trans III sensor as the X-T2 but a larger, much improved 3.69m dot EVF. Body weight is 673g compared with 507g of the current range topper, the X-T2.

You can find a full comparison specification between the X-H1 and the X-T2 here at PhotoRumors.