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Fujifilm X-T3 REVIEW
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Created as a big step forward from the T2
Fujifilm X-T3 is a new breakthrough APS-C camera
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FULL REVIEW OF Fujifilm X-T3
The Fujifilm X-T3 gets a new back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, and the latest X-Processor 4 image processing engine, which allows for better performance in virtually every aspect compared to its predecessor, the award-winning X-T2. The full rundown of its updated capabilities have been covered in our earlier report, so we will jump straight to our user experience and performance handling of the X-T3’s imaging capabilities. From a physical perspective, nothing has changed as compared to the X-T2. However, the touchscreen now has added functionality. Like with the GFX 50R, swiping up, down, left or right activates (or deactivates) a custom function that you can assign, so you have 8 custom functions available literally at a touch. You can also customize which part of the screen is active when your eye is to the viewfinder, which sbould help you to avoid accidental activation.
Review Verdict: Fujifilm X-T3 is a recommended product that works
How Does Fujifilm X-T3 Handle?
Handling-wise, the X-T3 feels very much like the X-T2, even though the newer camera is slightly taller and deeper (132.5 x 92.8 x 58.8mm compared to 132.5 x 91.8 x 49.2mm). The top dials have been made slightly larger to match that of the X-H1, but we didn’t feel that aided our shooting experience much.
Sports finder mode crops the frame down slightly for better continuous shooting and better AF tracking. What made a big difference was the new camera’s vastly snappier experience. Not needing the extra VG-XT3 battery grip to enable boost mode allows the user to keep the overall size of the camera down while still getting the 100fps view-finder refresh rate. Blackout free shooting at 30fps means users can really follow the action.
Why Would You Want to Use Fujifilm X-T3?
AF tracking works extremely well with both stills and video, and it seemed like the camera does a better job at picking up faces (and eyes) as the focus point seems to snap over faster. Eye-detection AF now works in AF-C mode too, so that’s definitely a boon for shooting sports or dance.
The one time we had issues was when the face we were trying to track was not the brightest in the frame, as the AF point would tend to snap away to the brightest face available. Still, all it took was a quick adjustment of the AF-C settings to “Preset 2” to solve that issue so it is a case of using the right presets for the appropriate scenario.
There’s also a new Pre-Shoot function on the X-T3 which works very much like the Sony RX100 IV’s “End trigger”, but with stills. Once you half-press the shutter button to focus, the camera will begin taking pictures, stopping when you fully press down – handy for trying to catch just the right moment. This is almost similar to how Sony’s Predictive Capture works on its smartphones, only this time it will be in the context of a proper camera shutter button, leveraging on your half-press actuation. Combined with the high frame rate of capture, this gives users a good chance to catch the exact moment they intended to capture.
Review Verdict: Fujifilm X-T3 is a legitimate product that works
Conclusion about Fujifilm X-T3
Fujifilm X-T3’s AF is fast and accurate, with the option to easily and quickly fine tune things to best suit the situation at hand. Video capture performance is also much improved, with a more complete feature set and there are an abundance of customizable buttons to let you change settings on the fly. This is a highly recommended product which you can find out more about at the button link below!