The Fujifilm X-T3 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 26.1 megapixels manufactured from 2018 to 2021 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 80 - 51200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 20 FPS x 35 RAW, 60 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 682 €;
101 users have given it an average vote of 9.6 out of 10
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Pros:Quality that you can barely perceive as soon as you hold it
Cons:It can be frustrating to see how many customizations you can make through the countless menu items
Opinion:A little gem. After so many years of pentax analog and digital SLRs, this was a discovery; the quality of the photos even with the 18-55 kit in my opinion is excellent. A great advantage (the infinite possibilities of customization) can also be a defect for those who are not a professional because it can be frustrating to discover that they cannot exploit all its potential, but it must be said that even to use it in a basic way you get beautiful photos. I like vintage style rings that at a glance indicate the settings without the need to look in the crosshairs or on the display. The viewfinder is a fairy tale. For me who was used to SLRs, being able to see the final result before shooting is a wonder, the focus almost never gets it wrong (I didn't try with particularly fast subjects). As everyone says, the quality of JPEG images is very high and I often don't feel the need to post-produce raw. I bought an adapter ring to use vintage Pentax furniture and the picture quality is higher than what I got with the Pentax! A small flaw in my opinion is the position of the front function button, too easy to press fortuitously. The only criticism I make of Fuji is about the remote camera app, it just doesn't work
Pros:Af, construction, intuitive rings, display, high iso color fidelity, film simulations (especially for black and white)
Cons:Tends to underexpose, battery not properly performance
Opinion:I do a review after months of use. The vintage construction and look entice you to snap. It is intuitive to use, the menus are quite clear and customizable in every aspect. After a while you learn to shoot in such a way as to have ready-made files in the room thanks to film simulations, but if you want to use only raw, with proper exposure, the files are malleable. I also allow respectable recoveries. Not 5 or 6 stops, but in that case it would mean disorence how it exposes itself. If it's a limit for someone, that's critical for me. The limitations of my tool allow me to learn how to agirarli, thus learning the rules of photography. The noise tightness, while not properly at the levels of a FF, is manageable for my needs. Since the xtrans sensor has the peculiarity of not producing excessive chroma noise, at least up to 6400 iso (besides so far I have not gone but from the tests seen on the web even beyond it is faithful to the colors). By having the right colors, the files that come out of it are still appreciable, since the grain of luminance noise is even more pleasant to me, compared to other brands I have tried. I use it mainly for street and portraits, in the latter case I am literally enthusiastic about the complexion it gives me. The lack of stabilization compared to the older sister xt4 for my gender is not a lack and it is preferred to this for the cockpit display, which also offers compared to the competition the possibility of being angled at 45 degrees when the machine is vertical. It's a best buy right now, since it offers top-of-the-range features. The only flaw could be the battery, discreet but with intensive use you do not take a day. Although fujifilms have the peculiarity of being very responsive as soon as they are turned on, which allows you to switch off and happen at the right time. The apsc sensor initially made my nose twist (more out of prejudice), then using it I recoiled on the potential of xtrans that needed some precaution: Capture 1, for example. Free for fuji, but even with LR the results are not despised.
Opinion:In 2014 I bought the X-T1 which after three years I sold not because I was disappointed but only because I wanted to return to Canon FF. Today I have an X-T3 and a Canon R ... I bought back a Fuji, after 7 years, precisely the X-T3 that I have been owning for about 40 days. The camera externally looks like all those of the beautiful X-T series, captivating with a feeling of good robustness. Internally it has changed in everything compared to the X-T1 at both hw and sw level, changed for the better especially for the double slot, the AF, the complete customization of the keys and the operating speed in general. There are also the 26 megapixels that I didn't initially see as good as 6400 isos there are no big problems. Note of merit for Fuji jpgs which are really a nice plus with their film simulations. Difficult to explain what Fuji jpgs are to those who have never tried them not a commercial move but a real added value that often makes you leave out raw. I set raw+jpg, raw slots1 i jpg slot2 and this thing gives me immediate access to the type of files I want to view and/or work with. I raw them work with C1 free for Fuji when the image has grass trees or anything similar for the rest I use Fuji raw file converter also free. On the other hand I wrote I did a lot of rehearsals but I can't get the download to work via SW so I take off the SDs and download with an external player.
Cons:No key backlight, continuous AF in tracking mode consumes like an 80s biturbo maserati
Opinion:Predicting that I bought it at the exit of the X-T4 with an online offer and also with fuji cashback (so paying it a price more than halved compared to the launch price), at certain figures I would say that the machine is simply formidable. The experience of use thanks to fuji's typical rings, joystick and quick menus is fantastic: the machine is fast, customizable, well built and ergonomic. Hard to miss a shot. The file quality is good and the dynamic range is there, however if you are looking for high ISO performance or detail rendering at pushed magnifications, this is not the product for you. The right machine, on the other hand, for those who love a little grain in the file, those who appreciate the fantastic fuji film simulations and those who want to take advantage of a compact body in aps-c format. Well the firmware updates that brought the same AF as the xt4 however remain some problems to solve, such as the inhuman consumption of the battery with continuous AF in tracing mode. Too bad the keys are not backlit, the shots at night are more tiring. Overall, if you're not thirsty for supermegapixellate FF details and stabilized sensors, with this XT3 you can now make a deal.
Pros:Sensor, Autofocus, Video Capacity, Construction, Value for Money, Color Profiles, File Workability, Machine Vexatility, Monitor and EVF
Cons:Battery life (especially on video), silver paint delicacy, lack of dedicated button for REC Video
Opinion:[Review after a year of regular and intensive professional use] The X-T3 was my first purchase (I took two) which sanctioned the definitive Switch from Sony (A7R III). I liked the machine visually right away: vintage look, construction and a really nice menu immediately pop to the eye, but the real surprise I had when I started working on it. On photography it is the only brand together with Panasonic (Sistema S) with which I found myself working with extreme satisfaction in Jpeg, the sensor brings out results that have nothing to envy to the much vaunted Full-frame, especially when combined with the right optics. On the video side the surprises do not end, because this car so cute (sometimes even too much for me) churns out a 4k 60p file of incredible beauty and workability; if you then, like me, use it with an Atomos Ninja V you will go from 8 to 10bit and the internal battery of the machine will benefit. The battery, as specified above in the cons, is the real drawback of this machine especially if you use it on video: you will hardly make more than 20min in 4k 60 without having to change it, while in the photo the duration attested by me is between 400 and 500 shots (with bluetooth and wifi turned off and use in slow burst CL or single shot S) which leads you to two options that are not mutually exclusive. The first is to buy the battery grip (take its, on the used are located at really bargain prices), built really well that allows you to accommodate two more batteries with related extra batteries or the second that is to buy only the latter. At current prices it is impossible to find a similar PRO tool, I personally am not nostalgic for Sony and even in the switch I benefited in some components to which my R III and in general Sony was quite allergic/deficient (video side and color profiles for example). To date the T3 represents my second photo/video body from Tripod while I recently added a T4 as the main body and for handhelds, although I had already worked with great satisfaction with the T3. My advice is to try it without prejudice, all the paranoids inherent in sensor size / do not feel pro if you use an APS-C sensor will pass you when you start looking at the first files I hope this feedback can come in handy, a greeting! p.s. if you buy Silver put your soul in peace, if you use it without using it with gloves sooner or later a scratch /ruler somewhere will pop up!
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