Fuji X-T3 gets new 26 mpix BSI X-Trans sensor, AF pixels aplenty and support for in-cam 4K 60p capture
posted Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 1:00 AM EDT
It's been close to five years now since Fujifilm first wowed me with its beautifully-crafted, retro-styled X-T1 mirrorless camera. Today it follows up with the latest in the line, announcing the Fuji X-T3, a camera which takes the best of the X-T1 and its 2016 followup, the X-T2, and then adds in a raft of the latest mod-cons to create what looks like one very well-rounded offering.
The X-T3 features a gently-restyled body which brings subtle ergonomic improvements while retaining familiarity for owners of earlier models. There's also a brand-new imaging pipeline, an impressively focus point-dense new on-chip phase-detection autofocus system, and a first-in-class ability to record 60 frames-per-second 4K video entirely in-camera, or via an external HDMI recorder. And that's far from all, as you'll find out in our just-published, hands-on Fuji X-T3 preview.
The Fujifilm X-T3 will ship in the US market from September 20, 2018. It will be available either in black or silver colored variants, and each will be provided in a choice of body-only or 18-55mm kit lens variants. Pricing for the body-only X-T3 is set at around US$1,500, and for the X-T3 18-55mm kit at about US$1,900.
Read on for more now in our in-depth Fuji X-T3 preview!