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Pros:Light, fantastic aesthetic, AF speed, outstanding EVF, image quality
Cons:Battery life (common problem of mirrorless, but not limited)
Opinion:I waited 5 months, a 20day trip and lots of more tests before making a judgment. I'm going to say it's my first mirrorless, before this I used a d700 with 80-200 2.8 and other standard 24-70 targets. First of all it weighs little; At the same lens as the nikon d700 (i.e. using the fujinon xf 50-140 2.8) is a featherweight! Then I was amazed by the really advanced features such as eye tracking that works great and the focus peaking that is very useful in case you want to use opticals without AF. Then aesthetically it is fantastic and the eye wants its part. The line is vintage, the solid body in magnesium and at the top there are ISO ghieres, timing and exposure compensation: I personally find them much more intuitive than the controls of the classic sLLRs. There are many physical commands and they are all customizable. The ergonomics are also good although I have big hands I preferred to buy the additional grip of the Meike which helps me a lot when especially when using the 50-140. The quality of the photos is exceptional, even the jpeg are as good as they come out. The AF is very fast and the eye tracking works great, especially after upgrading to version 3.xx that came out with the arrival on the market of the younger sister, the x-t30. I also tried the videos and the quality is remarkable. According to many the best APS-C on the market and I can only confirm it.
Pros:SPEED AF, Great ergonomics, great image quality, outstanding videos!
Cons:Paint silver version that comes away quite easily, battery life not at the levels of a reflex but enough for my use
Opinion:I bought the XT3 after selling all the full frame canon kit (specifically a 6d). The purchase was weighted after a long time and making several comparisons with my XT20. Image quality side, not being used to zommare at 200%, I did not perceive big differences, dynamic gamma side there is an abyss in favor of the XT3. The autofocus is exceptional both single and continuous and infinitely better than what I was used to previously (I don't know what it means to reassemble!). The machine is well built, leaves a little to the desire for the quality of the paint that turns out to be very delicate (at least the silver version). With this machine I also started to approach the video world (I make short clips of holidays and events) and the quality is really high! Great to be able to register in room 4k 60p (although mainly register in DCI 24p).
Pros:Wonderful aesthetics, great sensor, lightning autofocus, even jpg image quality, EVF viewfinder, performance in general.
Cons:Battery life not great.
Opinion:In my short review I would start from the first thing that impressed me about this camera: it is really beautiful and built impeccably. However, since it is not a piece of furniture, in addition to aesthetics, the substance must also be evaluated, and in this case there is plenty of it. The sensor is really great, the image quality is remarkable (also thanks to Fuji optics, all of them level) and the isO high hold more than good to be an APS-C. The autofocus is lightning fast and even the tracking works satisfactorily, the percentage of wrong shots is very low. The electronic viewfinder is excellent, very fluid and defined. The jpg churned out by the machine are already excellent and ready to use, in case the RAF are very flexible and allow you to recover so much from the shadows. The only downside of this X-T3 is the not exceptional battery life compared to a reflex, on the other hand the electronics have a heavy impact on the range. Given all the writing, I can only recommend this machine that I consider (and not only me, just do a little web search) the best APS-C currently on the market.
Pros:Compactness, image processor, tropicalization, electronic scope, video
Opinion:Incredibly versatile machine capable of churning out RAW files of unspeakable beauty, going to edit a photo taken with this machine is not only easy, it is just fun and satisfying. For anyone who takes a number of photos contained in service (also for work purposes) should choose this machine, especially if the person concerned travels/turns a lot. My old Canon was so heavy and cumbersome that it made me want to shoot, with this the desire came back stronger and more vivid than before. At ISO too high you start to see that it's not really pro, but the grain typical of Fuji makes the photos almost magical despite everything, so I can not call it a real flaw. What if not to buy it at all?! (If you then combine a 35mm life becomes wonderful)
Opinion:I can't find a real defect to this machine. It's lightweight, versatile, it makes really quality videos. It has all the latest Fuji technology, it has two sd memory slots that come in handy for those who use it for work (many more than you might think). It has the possibility to be fed even with a usb cable. In my opinion one of the best mirrorless aps-c ever produced.
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