Fujifilm X-T30 vs X-H1

6 months 4 days ago #750256 by .fred
Hello all,

Last year I've bought the X-T30 and i've been happy ever since with the camera, but, sometimes (almost always) I feel that the grip should be better, and recently I found in the used market the X-H1 at a good price and got interested in this model.

What I needed help for is to know if I would be loosing that much going from the X-T30 to the X-H1.

I know that the processor is older and I've tried to search some clarification about the drastic difference (if any) in image quality between the two processors but I couldn't come to an understanding or if the autofocus is better, the same or worse between the two.

Main reasons for changing:
- Better grip
- IBIS

Camera used for:
- Streetphotography
- Portrait
- Astrophotography (not so much)
- Landscape

Only shoot in:
- RAW

Thank you


,
6 months 2 days ago #750377 by Craig Stone
Well... In terms of their physical design, the X-T30 is a more compact and lightweight camera compared to the X-H1. The X-H1 is larger and heavier, with a more robust build quality that is designed to withstand tougher conditions. The X-T30, on the other hand, is designed to be more portable and suited for everyday use. So that is something to keep in mind.

Both cameras have an APS-C sensor, but the X-H1 has a slightly larger sensor and a higher resolution. This means that it can capture more detail and produce higher quality images in good lighting conditions. However, the X-T30 has a more advanced autofocus system that allows for faster and more accurate focusing in various lighting conditions.Are you into video much? When it comes to video capabilities, the X-H1 has more advanced features like in-body stabilization and a higher bitrate for video recording. However, the X-T30 still offers excellent video quality and has a more compact and portable design that makes it a great option for vloggers and content creators who need to be on the move.Overall, the X-H1 is a more advanced and feature-rich camera, while the X-T30 is more compact and portable. It really depends on your specific needs and preferences when it comes to choosing between these two cameras!


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