The Fujifilm X-E3 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24 megapixels manufactured from 2017 to 2020 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 51200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 14 FPS x 22 RAW, 35 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 555 €;
58 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10
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Opinion:I was looking for compactness and lightness starting from an XT2. After trying an X100f that I found beautiful, I returned it because I did not want to give up my goals (27 2.8 II, 50 F2 and 14 F2.8) My colleagues and friends told me about the XE series, so I went from my trusted pusher to see it: just taken out of the box to try it was love at first sight and so I took it by permuting the XT2. Now I am trying it and as soon as possible I will post photos, but I anticipate that it is a real pleasure to hold it in my hand, what I was looking for, compact light but without having to give up the now acquired and appreciated Fuji features I admit that the lack of the tilting screen is a small problem, but you can bear, my advice as perhaps already often given by other users is to disable the touch screen. As for the manual, it does not differ from the other Fuji manuals, perhaps better to use the English one but in any case also the Italian one helps, in any case then you have to turn on the car, take it for a walk and "bang" your nose with the thousands of possibilities of shooting For the rest I repeat: for me a little jewel
Pros:Compact and lighter machine body than the X-E2
Cons:Small but above all not very bright viewfinder
Opinion:I recently took the Fuji X-E3 and anyway I have to try it better, but, I ask you who know it better, I find the viewfinder not bright. I don't know if I make any setup mistakes, but I thought I'd solve this problem that I had with the X-E2 by replacing it with the current one but, I repeat, the problem remains. A tip I ask you, do I have glasses and the correction that the machine offers me is not enough for my graduation, what do you recommend me to do? Thank you and wish you a happy 2021!
Pros:Lightweight and compact, good image quality, functionality
Cons:Some features a bit cumbersome, not great battery
Opinion:A camera with great qualities enclosed in a well-made body (although less than the previous ones and a little undercut by the Fuji Made in Japan standard). I always take her with me... with the lens 15-45 lies in the pocket of a jacket comfortably. It has the functionality of higher rank machine bodies. Some of these are a bit cumbersome to reach. Well structured and readable menu. Excellent touch, although I don't use it with pleasure, but it has classic smartphone features. Good display and EVF (maybe a bit small)...like so many mirrorless is a lot of fun to use with vintage optics, with focus peaking working very well. I find the AF system pretty good, although there's better around. The images that the X-E3 produces are very good, at times amazing... to think that such a toy can come out of such high-level images seems strange. Very nice jpeg, even with the various film simulations... b/n are very interesting. The only flaw maybe the battery, which is not terrible anyway... on the other hand, from such a compact battery you can't expect miracles. Overall I would recommend this machine. On the used market they are found at attractive prices. A good entry point into the Fujifilm system, which I find very very interesting. I conclude by saying that I also use this camera with a Viltrox adaptor for Canon EF/EF-S optics ... Formidable.
Pros:The usual quality of Fuji: great product for the price range; firmware updates etc.
Cons:As soon as I find them I communicate.
Opinion:Just bought. Very happy owner of the XE2 I decide to add the XE3. The image quality is identical, despite the eight megapixels more, the robustness a little less. More compact than the sister "minor" and therefore lighter. No built-in flash (they give a separate one that feeds with the machine battery) and different menu to familiarize yourself with. Identical autonomy (300/350 shots). I thought about why Fuji churned out the XE3 since there was the 2 and the only answer I gave was that of the touch-sensitive display, still not adjustable. First shots: less "analog" than the XE2. The 24 megapixels are more nervous than the 16 of the XE2 and put vintage or third-party optics more on the rope (I use Nikon fixed optics with adapter: 14mm - 28mm - 50mm - 85mm) removing them from "materiality". Nothing worrying but the difference can be seen in the tonal passages of the B/N. Long story short: is it better to buy the XE3 to replace the XE2? I don't think so: If you already own your younger sister, hold on to it or think about something else.
Pros:Lightness, size, operational speed, jpeg quality, very comfortable touch screen to select fire area with vintage lenses, much improved af, customization possibilities
Cons:A little small, more plastic than the X-E2, lack of built-in flash, 24 mpx without stabilizer raise safety times, AUTO selector absolutely useless.
Opinion:For my virtually perfect use. If you attach a 27 to it, it becomes very small and light, it is placed in the pocket of a jacket; with the MTO 1000 and easel you photograph the moon... I come from X-E2, whose gaps were speed of area-to-area selection, and at the same time. Now with the joystick or, even two moves on the touchscreen, you select the area with a lot of speed, and the Af, at least single, is definitely good. Also improved the af-c, although it is not a sports photo camera. The 24 mpx are definitely less manageable in little light, the difference with the 16 is noticeable in the micromox. If you had the stabilizer for me it would be 10. I love to produce on-camera jpeg from raw, for me they are gorgeous. As for "workability, software" etc., I leave the word to those who understand more than I do. The viewfinder is a little small, but nothing dramatic. The built-in flash, sometimes used for some games with long times, now you have to carry it with you... the only flaws to want to look for them. I can't find a better camera for my needs...
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