Hailed as the most powerful addition to the APS-C camera market, Fuji’s new XT3 comes in hot with the same old hardware, but very new software.
Although the camera has kept the same aesthetic as its predecessor, the XT2, the XT3 comes with a variety of improvements that have set the Fuji miles ahead of their competitors. It comes with a brand new sensor and improved auto-focus to impress photographers and videographers alike. The XT3 can even compete against well-known mirrorless cameras like the Sony A7 III due to its higher resolution power.
Check out the video review below for a more in-depth description of the camera’s capabilities!
- 26MP BSI ‘X-Trans CMOS 4’ sensor
- 425-point hybrid AF system
- Improved AF Tracking and Face/Eye Detection AF
- 20 fps shooting with AF (11 fps with mechanical shutter)
- 30 fps shooting in 1.25x crop with electronic shutter
- ‘Sports Finder’ mode gives preview of area around a 1.25x crop
- 3.69M-dot electronic viewfinder
- Three-axis tilting touchscreen
- 10 bit 4:2:0 H.265 internal video capture (4:2:2 over HDMI)
- UHD/DCI 4K/60p from 1.18x crop region
- UHD/DCI 4K/30p using full width of sensor
- Internal F-Log capture (HLG coming by end of 2018)
- Dual UHS-II SD card slots
- USB C-type connector can be used for charging battery
- Headphone and Mic Sockets
The Xt3 comes into the market at $1499.
Is the camera worth the hefty price tag? We think so, but do you?