Fujifilm X-H1 Digital Camera Body - £699 delivered @ Wex Photo Video
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Fujifilm X-H1 Digital Camera Body - £699 delivered @ Wex Photo Video

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Posted 22nd May
This was the most expensive X camera when it launched, It's a lot of camera for the money, its quite big for a Fuji and it meant for more professional shooters, but still smaller than usual DSLR.

I think they are trying to clear stock as they are going to discontinue it.

Its AF tech is from the XT-2 era with upgraded video but it has IBIS. Probably best camera you can buy for £700.

Can also get a refurb model from Fujifilm shop for £599
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A lot of camera for £699 considering it’s RRP when it came out. I got one when fuji had there refurbished sale a few months back. In saying that is it worth spending a bit more though to get a XT3 now that prices have dropped, I think so.
The XH is much better made (more substantial and better weather proofing) isnt it?
Its an interesting option at this price.

Although bare in mind Jessops have it for this price all the time
Man, I never knew choosing a camera can be hard. I looked at the Panasonic G9, G90, Olympus Mk10 iii, Fujifilm Xt3, Xt2 and the Xt30....now this adds a spanner into the works. Ahhhh....back to research again. The G9 had taken my heart , so just gonna read about this one.
RaiKush22/05/2020 13:34

Man, I never knew choosing a camera can be hard. I looked at the …Man, I never knew choosing a camera can be hard. I looked at the Panasonic G9, G90, Olympus Mk10 iii, Fujifilm Xt3, Xt2 and the Xt30....now this adds a spanner into the works. Ahhhh....back to research again. The G9 had taken my heart , so just gonna read about this one.



This is easily the best camera i have ever owned. I got mine second hand, (two weeks old) for a lot less than this in Vietnam. It is a proper pro level camera, built like a tank.
Go for the refurb from fuji and save £100. Their refurbs are like new and come with a full warranty.
Edited by: "fish323" 22nd May
fish32322/05/2020 13:40

This is easily the best camera i have ever owned. I got mine second hand, …This is easily the best camera i have ever owned. I got mine second hand, (two weeks old) for a lot less than this in Vietnam. It is a proper pro level camera, built like a tank.Go for the refurb from fuji and save £100. Their refurbs are like new and come with a full warranty.


Wow. Excellent thanks . What else have u owned? I had a Sony RX10 which I sold and I have the Nikon D7500 at the mo
Where to start, the camera before this was a Sony RX100V complete junk, it spent more time at Sony being fixed than in my hands taking photos, noisy as hell in poor light. I still have the original Fuji X100, I will never sell it, beautiful camera in every way, before that a Nikon D700, great full frame camera and numerous other SLR and non SLR cameras going back 30 years.
fish32322/05/2020 13:48

Where to start, the camera before this was a Sony RX100V complete junk, it …Where to start, the camera before this was a Sony RX100V complete junk, it spent more time at Sony being fixed than in my hands taking photos, noisy as hell in poor light. I still have the original Fuji X100, I will never sell it, beautiful camera in every way, before that a Nikon D700, great full frame camera and numerous other SLR and non SLR cameras going back 30 years.


Nice, good cameras. You love your fujifilms hehe
I've got this camera. It's really great, good IBIS, good AF, nice grip. The build quality is stellar, so I'm comfortable taking it out in any weather. And Fujifilm sensors are amazing, no IQ qualms. Basically this thing is a dream to take pictures on.

Do bear in mind - It is very big and heavy for a mirrorless APS-C. It's a professional camera designed to withstand abuse.
Edited by: "dolanduck" 22nd May
Wow nice deal. I love when deals like this come out when I can't afford them haha
Been that price for months.
RaiKush22/05/2020 13:34

Man, I never knew choosing a camera can be hard. I looked at the …Man, I never knew choosing a camera can be hard. I looked at the Panasonic G9, G90, Olympus Mk10 iii, Fujifilm Xt3, Xt2 and the Xt30....now this adds a spanner into the works. Ahhhh....back to research again. The G9 had taken my heart , so just gonna read about this one.


Don't just look at the cameras, look at the system. I considered Fuji briefly but man their lenses were expensive compared to some of the Micro Four Thirds options! So I got in to M43. Pluses and minuses to both, just make sure you've factored in the differing costs of lenses, even if you don't feel like you want them now.
ukflyboy22/05/2020 19:51

Don't just look at the cameras, look at the system. I considered Fuji …Don't just look at the cameras, look at the system. I considered Fuji briefly but man their lenses were expensive compared to some of the Micro Four Thirds options! So I got in to M43. Pluses and minuses to both, just make sure you've factored in the differing costs of lenses, even if you don't feel like you want them now.


You are right, I have had a look and Fuji lenses, crikey, they're expensive, especially the XF ones. I have looked at the Panasonic G9 again and thinking maybe that's the way to go. My main aim is very nice pic quality + nice telephoto lenses for wildlife excursions. Are the micro ⁴/3 interchangeable i.e. Olympus & Panasonic
fish32322/05/2020 13:48

Where to start, the camera before this was a Sony RX100V complete junk, it …Where to start, the camera before this was a Sony RX100V complete junk, it spent more time at Sony being fixed than in my hands taking photos, noisy as hell in poor light. I still have the original Fuji X100, I will never sell it, beautiful camera in every way, before that a Nikon D700, great full frame camera and numerous other SLR and non SLR cameras going back 30 years.


RaiKush22/05/2020 13:34

Man, I never knew choosing a camera can be hard. I looked at the …Man, I never knew choosing a camera can be hard. I looked at the Panasonic G9, G90, Olympus Mk10 iii, Fujifilm Xt3, Xt2 and the Xt30....now this adds a spanner into the works. Ahhhh....back to research again. The G9 had taken my heart , so just gonna read about this one.


I’ve been a Panasonic, Sony and Fuji user myself. Currently on Fujifilm and absolutely loving it, I don’t see myself changing brand for a long time. I just love the colours and the manual controls make a massive difference.

Sony make great cameras and lenses but they’re super expensive and they’re not all that fun to use to be honest. They’re kind of clunky.

The LUMIX stuff is great as well and comes in second place for me personally. They’re easy and quick to use and the 4/3 sensor size can get you closer to the action, although you do technically lose a bit of quality.

To me it’s all about what’s fun to use and the results themselves at the end of the day. They all produce great images but Fuji wins it for me due to the colours and manual controls.

Good look in making your decision!
RaiKush22/05/2020 19:57

You are right, I have had a look and Fuji lenses, crikey, they're …You are right, I have had a look and Fuji lenses, crikey, they're expensive, especially the XF ones. I have looked at the Panasonic G9 again and thinking maybe that's the way to go. My main aim is very nice pic quality + nice telephoto lenses for wildlife excursions. Are the micro ⁴/3 interchangeable i.e. Olympus & Panasonic


Yup, all completely interchangeable. There are slight incompatibility issues in that I think lens and body IBIS will only work together when lens and body are from the same manufacturer, but will work fine. I have several Olympus lenses that I use with my Panasonic camera.
If wildlife is you main area of photography then M43s may well be better for you. The extra crop factor will get you closer to the action and the additional depth of field will have more of it in focus. What sort of full frame equivalent focal length are you hoping to shoot at? The G9 is a very good camera for the money, would be hard to beat it at that price, but just make sure that they have the lenses you want for it. You could stick an Olympus zoom on the G9 no probs, but you're then either paying for stabilisation in the camera or the lens which you can't use.
darknesskai22/05/2020 20:00

I’ve been a Panasonic, Sony and Fuji user myself. Currently on Fujifilm a …I’ve been a Panasonic, Sony and Fuji user myself. Currently on Fujifilm and absolutely loving it, I don’t see myself changing brand for a long time. I just love the colours and the manual controls make a massive difference.Sony make great cameras and lenses but they’re super expensive and they’re not all that fun to use to be honest. They’re kind of clunky.The LUMIX stuff is great as well and comes in second place for me personally. They’re easy and quick to use and the 4/3 sensor size can get you closer to the action, although you do technically lose a bit of quality.To me it’s all about what’s fun to use and the results themselves at the end of the day. They all produce great images but Fuji wins it for me due to the colours and manual controls.Good look in making your decision!


Yeah I have heard good stories of Fuji being top dogs in colour department. I have had the lower end of budget bridge Fujifilm cameras. Will keep reading more info.
ukflyboy22/05/2020 20:07

Yup, all completely interchangeable. There are slight incompatibility …Yup, all completely interchangeable. There are slight incompatibility issues in that I think lens and body IBIS will only work together when lens and body are from the same manufacturer, but will work fine. I have several Olympus lenses that I use with my Panasonic camera.If wildlife is you main area of photography then M43s may well be better for you. The extra crop factor will get you closer to the action and the additional depth of field will have more of it in focus. What sort of full frame equivalent focal length are you hoping to shoot at? The G9 is a very good camera for the money, would be hard to beat it at that price, but just make sure that they have the lenses you want for it. You could stick an Olympus zoom on the G9 no probs, but you're then either paying for stabilisation in the camera or the lens which you can't use.


That's great. I have a Nikon D7500 which isn't full frame, but basically want something that will get me close to action, and a decent lens say about 18-400mm or 600mm on the Nikon. I also wanna get a mirrorless. I have about £1500 to spend on lens for Nikon and a new mirrorless from another firm
Way too big for fuji x camera look almost like their medium format, you can get full frame in similar size
stkrup22/05/2020 21:57

Way too big for fuji x camera look almost like their medium format, you …Way too big for fuji x camera look almost like their medium format, you can get full frame in similar size


Yeah but then you’ve got to put bigger, heavier glass on it. Why not have the body be a comfortable size to hold whilst having lighter lenses?
RaiKush22/05/2020 19:57

You are right, I have had a look and Fuji lenses, crikey, they're …You are right, I have had a look and Fuji lenses, crikey, they're expensive, especially the XF ones. I have looked at the Panasonic G9 again and thinking maybe that's the way to go. My main aim is very nice pic quality + nice telephoto lenses for wildlife excursions. Are the micro ⁴/3 interchangeable i.e. Olympus & Panasonic



I live in Vietnam and the lenses are really cheap second hand. 18mm f2 for £115, (I am buying them up to sell in the UK as they have the biggest profit margins, I can almost double my money), 18-55 f2.8-4 £175. They are all really good quality, super sharp at ALL apertures. Check this image out for sharpness, contrast and detail. Shot wide open at f4.
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darknesskai23/05/2020 00:25

Yeah but then you’ve got to put bigger, heavier glass on it. Why not have t …Yeah but then you’ve got to put bigger, heavier glass on it. Why not have the body be a comfortable size to hold whilst having lighter lenses?


We'll if you want to have a light kit better buy 4/3 Panasonic or olympus, fuji lenses are not smallest, I used to have Panasonic g80 with 14140 lens, super compact with good quality photos during the day at nigh could be challange but fuji will have similar problems as well

I have Sony a99 mark 2 with multiple lenses but tend to use olympus pen-f with 2 lenses more when moving around

I used to have Sony A6500 and fuji Pro2 and always prefer Sony as being more compact. There always compromises you won't have a perfect kit for every situation, if you are on budget buy fuji e-3, has same sensor like Pro2 and h1 but is very small and portable
Edited by: "stkrup" 23rd May
fish32322/05/2020 13:48

Where to start, the camera before this was a Sony RX100V complete junk, it …Where to start, the camera before this was a Sony RX100V complete junk, it spent more time at Sony being fixed than in my hands taking photos, noisy as hell in poor light. I still have the original Fuji X100, I will never sell it, beautiful camera in every way, before that a Nikon D700, great full frame camera and numerous other SLR and non SLR cameras going back 30 years.


The original X100? I'm jealous, that was the camera that got me interested in Fujifilm, back in the day. I've lusted after it, and later iterations, since then. I'll be buying the X100V in November though, as a special birthday pressie for myself - heehee! So looking forward to getting hands on with a Fuji X100, at last!
fish32323/05/2020 01:01

I live in Vietnam and the lenses are really cheap second hand. 18mm f2 for …I live in Vietnam and the lenses are really cheap second hand. 18mm f2 for £115, (I am buying them up to sell in the UK as they have the biggest profit margins, I can almost double my money), 18-55 f2.8-4 £175. They are all really good quality, super sharp at ALL apertures. Check this image out for sharpness, contrast and detail. Shot wide open at f4.https://www.flickr.com/photos/fish323/49870663897/in/dateposted/


Oh wow, you actually live in Vietnam 🇻🇳. Well here sometimes things can be expensive. Yeah the picture is excellent 👌
I have one for work and play. Best camera I've owned.
stkrup23/05/2020 05:17

We'll if you want to have a light kit better buy 4/3 Panasonic or olympus, …We'll if you want to have a light kit better buy 4/3 Panasonic or olympus, fuji lenses are not smallest, I used to have Panasonic g80 with 14140 lens, super compact with good quality photos during the day at nigh could be challange but fuji will have similar problems as wellI have Sony a99 mark 2 with multiple lenses but tend to use olympus pen-f with 2 lenses more when moving aroundI used to have Sony A6500 and fuji Pro2 and always prefer Sony as being more compact. There always compromises you won't have a perfect kit for every situation, if you are on budget buy fuji e-3, has same sensor like Pro2 and h1 but is very small and portable


A camera set up being compact and one being lighter are two different things. I like the size of my XT series and I find the ASPC image quality to be comparable to full frame, but the glass is way lighter. So that’s a no brainer for me. Like I said, the slightly bigger bodies with a grip are going to be more comfortable for some. Myself included. Doesn’t mean you HAVE to go full frame now because you might as well.

No one’s buying Panasonic because it’s light. That’ll just be one factor. You should buy it because of the great video and stills performance and because you like the lenses available.

I don’t know who has the smallest lenses but have you seen Fuji’s f2 primes? They’re tiny and really, really good.

I was running an A7R a few years ago and that kit weighed a ton. I’ve since dropped a few kilos thanks to going with ASPC and Fuji and it’s way more comfortable and way more enjoyable for me now.
freyabo23/05/2020 06:19

The original X100? I'm jealous, that was the camera that got me interested …The original X100? I'm jealous, that was the camera that got me interested in Fujifilm, back in the day. I've lusted after it, and later iterations, since then. I'll be buying the X100V in November though, as a special birthday pressie for myself - heehee! So looking forward to getting hands on with a Fuji X100, at last!



Join this forum first fujix-forum.com/
fish32323/05/2020 11:25

Join this forum first https://fujix-forum.com/


Already a member, but have not visited for quite a while. Guess it's time to drop by 🌞
Edited by: "freyabo" 23rd May
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