04 Jan 60 DAYS WITH THE FUJIFILM X-PRO 3 – TOP 3 LIKES AND DISLIKES
Source: Bjorn Moerman
Never have I seen so much controversy after the launch of a new Fujifilm camera as with the X-Pro 3. The vast majority has been about the so called “hidden LCD”, but there was also no shortage of the lack of D-pad and the new OVF complainers. Unfortunately almost all people who were so vocal about the X-Pro 3 had never used and often never even seen the camera, let alone spend enough time with it to voice a real opinion.
When reviewing new gear, I have an unwritten rule, that I’ll have to shoot with it for at least a full week before I will publish a First Look review. For the X-Pro 3, I knew I would need a bit more time in order to have a good feel for the more minimalistic approach the camera was designed for.
I first picked up an X-Pro 3 end of October, making it 60 days since I framed my first image with it. This post will not be a classic review as there are plenty of good reviews out there. For those that first want to learn more about the camera’s specifications, I invite you to look at the following three X-Pro 3 reviews, which I personally value the most:First look extensive preview – by Jonas Rask Fujifilm X-Pro 3 review – by dpreview Fujifilm X-Pro 3 review – by Cameralabs
Rather than repeating what others have written multiple times, I’ve decided to list my top 3 Pro’s and Con’s of the new camera after now having used it for a couple of months. And
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