Fuji X-T3 Field Test Part II: Out in the wild with Fuji’s enthusiast-grade flagship camera


posted Monday, October 15, 2018 at 5:50 PM EDT

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In this current era of so many Full Frame Mirrorless offerings streaming forth, Fujifilm remains quite content to play on either side of that fence in both the Medium Format world and, of course, the popular APS-C world. We've loved so many of their APS-C models, but the X-T line has arguably been our overall favorite.

Announced in September, the Fuji X-T3 has risen to the top of the popularity charts here at IR, and our colleague Eamon Hickey in New York was able to spend some quality time with an earlier sample for our first Field Test.

And now, our reviewer extraordinaire and man-about-town William Brawley has just wrapped his Field Test with the intriguing X-T3, which sports a completely new sensor and plenty of enticing upgrades under the hood. Along with several pieces of quality glass, he's taken the camera from the streets to the mountains to bring us an expanded picture of the X-T3's capabilites in the field.

The all-new Fujifilm X-T3 in the mountains of NC

XF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6: 280mm, f/5.2, 1/1000s, ISO 160, -0.3EV

Does this model follow in the footsteps of the now-legendary X-T2? Read William's full report for all the details!

Fuji X-T3 Field Test Part IIImage Gallery