Fujifilm X-T3


When the Fujifilm X-T2 arrived, it was more than an already impressive X-T1, especially a modest upgrade in terms of autofocus and video. The new X-T3 hasn't changed the overall design of the camera, but repeats the same trick: it represents an important step forward.

The X-T3 brings new sensors, improved autofocus and video performance that are competitive with the Panasonic GH5, making the XT series one of the best still image / video hybrids on the market from a very good still image camera. I am incorporating it.

With its classic looks, fascinating photos and amazing videos, it's an APS-C camera to hit.

Main Specifications

  • 26MP BSI'X Transformer CMOS 4'Sensor
  • 425-point hybrid AF system
  • AF tracking and face / eye detection AF improvements
  • Taken with AF 20 fps (11 fps with mechanical shutter)
  • 30 fps shot with 1.25x crop with electronic shutter
  • "Sports Finder" mode provides a preview of the area around the 1.25x crop
  • 3.69M dot electronic viewfinder 
  • 3-axis tilted touch screen
  • 10 bit 4: 2: 0 H.265 Internal Video Capture (4: 2: 2 Over HDMI)
  • UHD / DCI 4K / 60p from 1.18x crop area
  • UHD / DCI 4K / 30p using the full width of the sensor
  • Internal F log capture (HLG coming by the end of 2018)
  • Dual UHS-II SD card slot
  • USB C connector can be used to charge the battery 
  • Headphones and microphone socket