Forget about the fact that Fujifilm's new camera, the X-T3, may well be the best camera you can buy right now if you want to shoot video as well as stills photography.
Robust, weather-proof construction, improvements to resolution and image processing and faster, more customisable and more accurate AF system also makes the X-T3 a serious rival to pro-sumer DSLR cameras.
The X-T3 is a next-level camera compared to its predecessor, and there is a genuine reason to upgrade.
We reported on the launch of the Fujifilm X-T3 digital mirrorless camera a couple of months ago. I was impressed then. Now I’ve had a chance to use the camera extensively for a couple of weeks, I’m even more so.
The X-T3’s APS-C sensor delivers uncompressed RAW files of about 58MB off a 26.1Mb sensor with pixel dimensions of 6240 x 4160. Crop sensor? Really?
For those who love the compact and classical form factor of the X-T series, even better here is the fact that all the good bits of the X-T2 have been left unchanged, so the comfort and ergonomics are still exemplary, yet the X-T3 is a big step up in terms of its upgraded systems and new features, which translate into greatly enhanced performance and mainly small, but still significant, improvements in image quality (and we include the far superior autofocusing here too).