I have always been interested in the films. The cost of video cameras and the editing software used to be just too high. Today it is different. Almost all cameras today offer a video function and great editing software is available for little money. Contrary to photograph a tripod or Steadycam (tripod) is almost always used when filming. But who drags something already gladly around with them, only to again to film something, by the way? Fujifilm has the solution with the X-H1 now. Read more about photography and films.
Firstly, many lenses are equipped with an image stabilizer, the other of the sensor-based image stabilizer 5-axis of the X-H1 camera shake balances. So are quiet and sharp shooting is possible even under complicated conditions. Whether photo or film. Additionally, all X cameras do not only offer different photo looks like Velvia, Astia and others, but also several film looks. The range of available Looks is regularly extended by firmware updates. So the professional Eterna look came about some time ago. This allows major changes in post processing.
The small movie was taken from the tail of a Riverbus on the Thames. The boats were very fast and restless go. So a tripod was eliminated, and the more was required a steady hand. Note the building and the London Eye: A shake can not be seen, only a slight shake my hand. This can be seen when driving under the bridge, which is slowly coming into the picture quietly and without camera shake.
Already with the Fujifilm X-T2 and the X-Pro two that I also possess excellent movie recording is possible. However, the 5-axis stabilizer of the X-H1 gets more out of the camera. And even in terms of weight and size slightly larger compared to the X-T2 and X-Pro2 and heavier X-H1 has my previous equipment still well ahead. Another advantage of the Fujifilm cameras are the enhancements and improvements that can be played via free firmware updates, including updates to the lenses.
The X-H1 has a 24.3 megapixel APS-CX sensor and provides professional video functions such as Cinema 4K. In addition, the magnesium casing Dust and splash protected. More information about the camera, see here.
The first film is without an image stabilization in Premiere, the second with. The difference is extremely small. It's worth as a professional photographer - and also as a committed amateur - to deal with the films.
Have lots of fun with it!