A new camera from Fujifilm promises in-body stabilization and enhanced video capabilities in a nod to the increasing consumer use of cameras in dynamic applications. The new X-H1 is the first in Fujifilm’s X-Series of cameras to feature in-body image stabilization, also known as IBIS. IBIS works by combining accelerometers, triple axis gyro sensors, and a custom dual processor that can analyze an image and correct for motion at “10,000 calculations per second and add up to 5.5 stops of stabilization” according to Dan Bailey Photo. Working in combination with the OIS featured on some Fujifilm lenses, photographers will achieve greater image stability in a much wider variety of applications. The new X-H1 should be ideal for a tripod, free-hand, or even shooting from a moving vehicle.