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The Fujifilm X-PRO3 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 26.1 megapixels manufactured from 2019. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 80 - 51200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 20 FPS x 36 RAW, 79 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1721 €;
32 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10
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Opinion:I think the X-Pro3 I think is the most beautiful machine I've owned so far, Fujifilm with this small and powerful rangefinder has really hit the mark. The construction is nothing short of the first point in favor that you come across when you have it for the first time in hand: the rings, buttons and chassis I found them nothing short of fantastic. This camera made me rediscover the pleasure of shooting in my free time and in particular with fixed, I use it with 3 optics of my kit: 23mm f2, 35mm 1.4 and 135mm 2.8 Leica Elmarit R. I will not talk about the sensor and the technical specifications because this machine is built for the pure taste of shooting: the shooting experience and the feeling when you have it in your hands are absolutely unique, not even the 100v that I had the opportunity to try for a month gave me these sensations. The much discussed rear display I like, when I use the pro3 everything I look except the practicality of the rear screen because the greatest advantage of this machine is precisely the desire that makes you shoot only with the viewfinder. The detail of the film simulations always visible (or replaceable with the shooting data, ugly) together with an almost maniacal care of everything that is visible return a fulfillment that is difficult to explain. The only two defects I found are in the ISO ring that is too cumbersome in use (unlike the 100v to which it remains raised here there is a spring mechanism that always puts it back in place) and often makes you feel a little clumsy and the other is the grip, they could have put a little more .. always the feeling of holding it with the last phalanges of the fingers. I think it is the perfect machine for those who already have at least one other Fuji body and are looking for a second premium and original body, and what should not be underestimated is unique in look and colors: I bought a durablack and I can tell you that this much discussed painting gives it further character (and many attached fingers). I do not comment on the price, if you think that to find a similar car you have to go on an m10 (almost a 0 more) while I find good battery life, probably due to the lower use of the rear display
Pros:Build quality (made in Japan), dimensions, file quality, film simulation, the philosophy with which it was conceived
Cons:The price and the logic behind it make it a machine not suitable for everyone
Opinion:The judgment on this machine all depends on one thing: if you knew and did not know what you were buying. If consciously chosen you can only appreciate the positive sides: image quality of the x3 series, body assembled well and with quality materials, satisfactory operating speed, double sd slot, tropicalization, very enjoyable hybrid viewfinder, film simulations, etc etc. On the contrary, if you think you will find yourself using a machine like many others you will soon encounter the limits of a "hidden" LCD and therefore of the less easily navigable menus, of the optics that enter the field of view of the Galilean, of the ISO ring "not dedicated" etc. etc. .. The price is what it is (HIGH!), so before buying it it is advisable that you think carefully about what you are buying, carefully evaluating whether or not it meets your needs / expectations. That said, the product is of absolute quality and I personally consider it a "must have" for fujisti. .
Pros:file quality, size, weight, design, build quality, ergonomics, film simulation, autofocus, burst with electronic shutter.
Cons:price, menu, high ISO?
Opinion:After 12 years of Nikon SLR system (d60, d7000, d700, d4 and d810) I felt the need to change especially for a speech of dimensions, not of feeling and quality, also because perhaps to change was my way of photographing, and now I need to be able to always carry the camera with me. I have the x-pro3 for 2 months and I had the opportunity to try it and get used to the abyss that there is on the size but also on the approach to shooting compared to the SLR (electronic viewfinder in the first place), and I must say that it was not a trauma, also because I felt for some time I had to undertake a change. The electronic viewfinder is something phenomenal, you already know how the photo will come out and it is a huge convenience, especially in situations where you can not start adjusting parameters and always check the settings, you have everything under control with the preview of the viewfinder. The hidden display for me is a genius, always protected, it does not distract you and is very comfortable when you do street, you open it 90 ° down holding the machine at the height of the belly and look from top to bottom, as if you had a cockpit camera (not even giving too much to the eye). The image quality is really good, I can not compare it to the 36 megapixel D810 (and there are the compromises) but it is excellent, perhaps I noticed a slight suffering at high iso but I have to check better because I did not happen to go beyond 1600, I reserve for the future and in case I update the review. The menu can be improved, sometimes I get lost looking for some things that I expect to find in one place and are actually put elsewhere, but it must be said that those who choose this machine will not waste much time scrolling through the menu, they will set it once and that's it. Autofocus side nothing to say, very fast, rarely went away in difficulty and I noticed that it focuses in really dark areas, something unthinkable to do with the D810 (just to make a comparison with models I had). To conclude, it is an excellent machine, stimulating and fun, suitable for the street but certainly no one will fine you if you use it to do anything else :). The price is definitely high, new costs almost 2000, does not have the charger supplied and therefore you have to buy it separately. It is not for everyone, those who buy it know what they want and are hardly disappointed.
Opinion:When I tried it it was a lightning strike, but it was a straw fire I've been in fuji for a long time, x100s, xt1, xt2 and then xpro3, also because I'm now almost just dedicated to street photography. Positive aspects, compared to xt2 but also xpro2: 1) faster 2) more precise 3) more battery (also because you are inclined to use the screen less) 4) the hybrid viewfinder is finally a enjoyment (because even the electronics are now up to scratch, and the optician is a pleasure in itself) 5) the new film simulations are very beautiful (although I never use them) controversial aspects : - the ISO wheel is an upgrade vs xpro2 but in fact it is inconvenient to use, better if you keep the ISO in the car - the limitation in screen usage for many can be a shit. I liked the screen because in fact it gave an idea of greater robustness compared to other models but above all it made me enter a character of a street photographer very cool and very essential; but in fact, it is a limit that was not needed; and in fact in some specific moments it gave me frustration, because a ready and clearly visible screen is an extra weapon also for street photographers or a reportalist negative aspects: when you sit in front of the PC, in substance the file is always the same as the xt2 or the xpro2 CHIOSA FINALE: it is a wonderful object. The reason I resold it is that the progress compared to previous fuji generations has been more formal than substantial, and although the form is important I was looking for something else. In fact, after the xpro3 I took a Contax g2 to have the real experience where he wants to bring you the xpro3, and a sony a7III to try something really different vs the XT2 and that is extreme speed, extreme precision, high iso use, file workability
Opinion:I come from Reflex Canon, and I was looking for a lighter and more compact system, and that would allow to focus much more on "pre-production" than on "post-production" (that is, it already churned out excellent jpeg): the X-Pro 3 perfectly combines all this. In addition I find excellent side viewfinder in rangefinder style, allows you not to hit with the nose (looking with the right eye of course) on the back of the machine body, and to have a greater perception of the surrounding environment (for street and reportage, as for other, great thing). And the optical mode of the viewfinder is great for street photography or reportage in general. Machine body then built very well, and allows a customization of the functions and features excellent. Even the menus, even if they come from Canon, I do not find them in reality very complicated, only require a slight setting. Great car, overconsilted. Thank you Fujifilm!
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