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Fujifilm X-PRO3 : Specifications and Opinions




Fujifilm X-PRO3, front

Fujifilm X-PRO3, back

Fujifilm X-PRO3, top



The Fujifilm X-PRO3 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 26.1 megapixels manufactured from 2019 to 2024 (discontinued). 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 1705 €;
48 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   APS-C, 23.5 x 15.7 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.5x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   26.1 megapixel (pixel pitch 3.76 μm)
 ISO sensitivities   80 - 51200
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   60" - 1/16000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Fujifilm X (click here to view all compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   425
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   20 FPS x 36 RAW, 79 JPEG
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   20 FPS x 36 RAW, 79 JPEG
 Pre-Burst   Yes
 Live View   Yes
 Video mode   C4K (4096x2160p) @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No
 USB   USB-C (3.1)
 USB Charging   Yes

 Computing Features
 ND Long Exposure   No
 Pixel Shift   No
 Focus Stacking   Partial, it requires computer software to merge the photos
 Startrail/Composite mode   No
 Astrotracer   No

 Camera body and built
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.0", 800 x 600 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Optical/Electronic, coverage 95%, 0.78x
 Viewfinder resolution   1280 x 960 px
 Flash   No
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-II)
 Storage, Slot 2   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-II)
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Fujifilm NP-W126S, 8.70 Wh
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   497 g
 Dimensions   141 x 83 x 46 mm

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avatarsupporter
sent on September 18, 2023

Pros: One camera to photograph, hybrid viewfinder, comprehensive functionality, impeccable construction

Cons: Little more than decent tracking, poor battery, rather large

Opinion: The X-PRO3 is a little gem. I was lucky enough to find the Duratect version which is really nice and gives an impression of impressive solidity. The hybrid viewfinder is a pleasure, alternating between EVF and optical viewfinder is very simple and allows a control of the composition in any light situation. With the 27mm it is perfect for the street even if the camera body is not really small for the format. The rings are a pleasure, strange choice not to make the front ring clickable, at its port you need to press the lever with which you vary the operation of the viewfinder, a convenient solution but you could do better. Slightly uncomfortable the wheel for choosing ISO, lifting the wheel crown and choosing the correct ISO is a rather slow, intelligent operation but it could be implemented better. Beautiful rear display that is well closed and protected from dust and other annoyances. The small rear display, even when the machine is off, shows the battery status and how many shots are available, alternatively you can put the color profile used. They have removed some keys compared to previous versions, but they are all placed in perfect position (I hate the play on the left!). The 26 Mpixel sensor is perfect in any situation and also allows you to tackle rather high ISO shots. The machine is configurable in every component and is done in a very simple way. The equipment is completed by the joystick and the Q button that allows you to select up to 16 functions on the fly. As for ergonomics, with small and light lenses the fact that it is almost flat is not a big problem, while with zooms, it is quite useful to add an external grip. Overall a very versatile and complete machine, but for certain choices made by the manufacturer, not suitable for everyone.

avatarjunior
sent on November 22, 2022

Pros: Portability, look, durability, image quality

Cons: An extra bezel would have been convenient

Opinion: I've been in the Fuji world for a few years now, I went from an XH1 to an XPRO 3 mainly for a portability speech. Fabulous machine, it is a pleasure to use, as every machine has pros and cons but certainly this machine does not lack character and originality that nowadays is not at all obvious. By now the cameras with the same sensor have more or less a very similar image quality (in addition to being all almost the same), but she has something magical and romantic that makes you approach the fantastic world of photography, gives you unique emotions that few cameras can give you. Combined with a small lens can fit in a jacket pocket, combined with a pro lens can also be used in the professional field without regretting the much more voluminous and heavy machines. What about I fell in love and you?

avatarjunior
sent on November 19, 2022

Pros: Construction, Jaws, Rangefinder hybrid viewfinder, Saving settings to external file, Total customization, Hidden LCD with small data screen

Cons: Xtrans, Aps-c, Maximum ISO limit, Grid and level in OVF, absence WB Auto Ambiente, ISO ring a bit useless, No photometry for highlights

Opinion: Contrary to what you read, especially by those who have not been able to appreciate this body, I find it a really fantastic machine, but I understand that it is not suitable for everyone. The choice fell on this precise model for a number of factors, such as the hybrid rangefinder viewfinder that I find nothing short of brilliant, allows me to range between an OVF without distractions (after customization) suitable for situations where you want to have full control in advance of what will enter the frame or in situations of strong contrast, or the ability to switch to a resolute EVF Oled viewfinder to get an exact view of what the final result will look like. Another very appreciated feature were all the rings at hand, which leave a feedback of use similar to the old analog ones, in addition to the revised and eliminated keys all placed on the right side for quick management. I find brilliant the choice of a hidden LCD, because it has been deliberately made uncomfortable precisely with the intention of consulting it as little as possible, thus avoiding between one click and another to generate insecurity in the user. At the same time its opening downwards I find it useful in shooting conditions in sketch style or hip shoot. As for the menu, really long management and some things are not easy to understand because translated incorrectly, but once you have found the key combination that best suits your photographic style, Fuji has seen fit to allow the saving of all the settings in a single file downloadable on your PC and rechargeable if necessary. As for the Fuji X philosophy, or to shoot in jpg with film simulations, I could see that there is no real constancy in the most varied situations, in addition to the fact that all the devilries taken in place as DR200/400 etc. are exclusively applicable to jpg and not to the RAW file. So in principle to date I have always used the Raw, the jpg ready only in very few cases and in any case they are never so resolute as a raw post produced. The entire body and lens ecosystem today is mature, and you can enjoy a wide range of dedicated lenses, but this model is more congenial with fixed optics. Moreover, being an aps-c weights and dimensions are very contained and proportionate compared to the ML FF. But beyond the beautiful things we move on to the things I did not like. I found, in addition to being widely known, the objective limit that has the XTrans sensor, where to get the maximum yield you have to use C1. The dynamic range of the sensor compared to other APS-c bayers is decent, 3/4 stops are recovered on underexposed photos, but with slight grain visible on shadows, while only 1 stop of recovery on overexposed photos. I find the ISO ring useless and generally varied between A and C, and then adjust in C everything from the rear ring. While the question of the ISO spring is irrelevant, also because on the new models where it is not spring, however, there would be no clicks at each ISO. The white balance in the car is a bit cold and I had to apply a slight toning, it would have been useful to have the WB AUTO AMBIENTE as on XT4. The small rear display I would have made backlit if necessary for dark environments. In the OVF viewfinder with the "light frame position" setting active, grid and level do not follow the frame. Honestly I hope for a future version of the Xpro series exactly like this, but with a slimmer and lighter body and a stacked sensor.

avatarsenior
sent on November 09, 2022

Pros: it's beautiful to look at

Cons: downgraded viewfinder, keys gone, front dial not clickable, LCD opening mechanism destined not to last, eyepiece always ruined after even 1000 shots, ridiculous doors compared to the X-PRO2, film simulations not updated

Opinion: Fuji is plummeting. Common sense would have it that a brand improves its products, not that it makes them worse. Well, Fuji is a specialist in this. Take the x-pro2, a fantastic machine with few flaws, add a mountain of other problems, eliminate interesting features and... Here is the X-PRO3! Pass the screen and the hidden LCD, which is very cool that I would have appreciated, if it had not been for an "insecure" mechanism to say the least, and a poor customization of the screen. Using Fujixweekly's film simulations, I was always anything but in sight, almost never fitting what I had selected with. In the end, you will find yourself using it as a normal OLED LCD, with shooting data and various settings, as if it were a top screen (not bad then but not really nostalgic). The problem is that the machine is half empty: they removed a lot of keys. The D-pad with the central "Menu" button is missing, "delete" is moved to the top, AF-L and AE-L become a single button, the front dial is NO longer clickable... You also slap me at this point while I buy it right? You find yourself in your hands a machine that is literally EMPTY, you perceive that there should be keys that have been deliberately removed. ISO ring still NOT updated, therefore always unthinkable to rotate: in the end out of desperation you will leave it on A and you will forget it (to say the new ring of the x-100v that once raised remains so and does not return down at every step). Even the construction has dropped in quality, just think of the doors no longer snap and spring, but dangling and ready to detach (there is a video on youtube that you can find that compares them). The climax then is that there are NO film simulations that instead are on xe-4 (which should be the younger sister), xt-30ii etc. I serenely advise you to buy the previous model, but it is deliberately castrated in film simulations and other features related to settings, such as color temperature to be set manually every time etc. But at least you will have a solid and functional body. I've had so many cars, but this was without a doubt the biggest disappointment.

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avatarsenior
sent on August 28, 2022

Pros: Construction, viewfinder, screen, perfect retro still.

Cons: Perhaps the mechanical shot a further noise reduction quieter as on the X-T4 shooting very quiet.

Opinion: I had bought a short time ago a used X-E4 nothing to say for the costs and what it offers I would say great but with problem I could not open RAW files. Unfortunately or an old Computer Mac Pro model 2009 installed Mojave and I can no longer update or let's say a complicated job to do also my problem or many programs and I have to find the passwords etc. So or decided and I said I risk do inside my X-T4 + X-E4 for an X-Pro3 the surprise not missed I thought much worse the X-Pro3. For purists like me lovers of photography and not technology to the latest scream and video I find myself really very well with the X-Pro3. I do not find particular defects only maybe it would have been even more beautiful mechanical shot even quieter as on the X-T4 but I do not find it so dramatic the mechanical shot and completely acceptable and always quieter than the X-E4 that really noisy the mechanical shot. So for me the X-Pro3 really find many positive points even the screen I thought much worse but in reality I feel very good I can close the back of the screen and the very small screen on the back you to two choices or film simulation or various settings that or preferred so I can control an extra settings I find very comfortable. The very high construction with excellent materials compact thickness machine body. Viewfinder I would say excellent. I find more suitable fixed focal lengths X-Pro3 than zoom lens that I personally find more suitable the X-T4 but in my opinion a lot of difference as between an apple and a pear. Note: or always bought used and not new machine body otherwise the price from new X-Pro3 I find high if justifiable ? I do not know I would certainly say the construction materials are of a high level with titanium, more after a can of tests since some free keys for custom setting so I have all customized the setting the ISO settings or put as an option on the front wheel very comfortable otherwise it would be very inconvenient the stabilizer with the new optics 10-24 WR II + 70-300 WR or chose the button above to activate and spend the stabilizer and I I find it really good (in short, you can very well find all the settings and customize).




Photos taken with Fujifilm X-PRO3

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Two steps in the rain
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HI RES 26.0 MP
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HI RES 19.1 MP

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HI RES 20.8 MP

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Marina of Senigallia
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HI RES 10.4 MP

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HI RES 25.8 MP

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HI RES 15.4 MP

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Autumn, Lake Monate
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HI RES 6.0 MP



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HI RES 18.8 MP

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HI RES 17.5 MP

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HI RES 6.0 MP

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HI RES 16.7 MP

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With the nose up
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HI RES 33.8 MP

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HI RES 5.8 MP

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HI RES 6.0 MP

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HI RES 26.0 MP

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The bicycle ...
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HI RES 30.2 MP

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HI RES 25.1 MP

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Frank
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HI RES 18.3 MP

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Monviso by night
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HI RES 6.0 MP

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Halo in the Dark
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HI RES 15.0 MP

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HI RES 6.0 MP

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I take you ....
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HI RES 31.1 MP

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Our sea... sabaudia.
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HI RES 26.0 MP

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Mantova
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HI RES 9.0 MP

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HI RES 25.2 MP

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The evening prayer
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HI RES 19.7 MP

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Thunderstorm in lavender fields
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HI RES 6.0 MP

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HI RES 6.0 MP

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HI RES 6.0 MP



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HI RES 29.8 MP

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