Photography News Issue 53

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A Samsung 128GB memory card Enter thecompetition onpage84 WIN!

The Photography Show Free pull-out showfloorplan. See page 41

First tests Get to grips with awhole host of exciting newkit. Turn to page 61

Lighting academy Great flash photos are easy using Elinchrom’s new ELB 500 TTL. See page 50

Fujifilmwants DSLR users

New Fujifilm flagship, the 24.3-megapixel resolution X-H1, is the first X-model to feature in-camera shake reduction. A powerful set of video features has been added and its beefed-up, restyled body enhances its appeal to DLR users. There’s also a new film simulation mode called ETERNA for still andmovie shooting. The newly developed, very advanced in body image stabilization (IBIS) system works on five axis on all XF and XC lenses, whether or not they have IS built-in. The benefit, depending on the lens, is up to an impressive 5.5EV. For video makers the X-H1 has a host of features seen as essential now, including being able to shoot at 200Mbps, F-Log recording and a 400%dynamic range. flagship with impressive still and video features Fujifilm’s relentless march on the mirrorless market continues, with the arrival of a new

Canon has triplets Canon’s exciting news comes in the form of three cameras, two entry-level DSLRs and a top-of-the- range EOS Mmirrorless camera. The EOS 2000D and 4000D are perfect for those taking their first steps in DSLR photography but still wanting a great shooting experience and the latest wireless connectivity for picture sharing. With an EF-S 18-55mm lens they are priced at £469.99 and £369.99 respectively. The 24-megapixel EOS M50 mirrorless model is the first from Canon featuring 4K video, a vari- angle touchscreen and its latest image processor, the DIGIC 8. The EOS M50 with the EF-M 15-45mm lens is priced at £649.99

Its restyled body features a 25% thicker magnesium alloy body shell, 94 environmental seals and a super tough finish. It also incorporates a top-plate LCD info panel, an AF ON button and a very quiet mechanical shutter.

The Fujifilm X-H1 is priced at £1699 body only. Turn to page 62 for a more detailed look at the X-H1. Continue reading on page 3 Continue reading on page 3

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