02 Nov Fujifilm X-E3 Review: Let’s define another Fuji’s classic!
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Source: Fujifilm Insider
Fujifilm X-E3, a successor to the already well established and fairly popular. Since it’s been more than three years since the release of the older model (which is a lot of time in the world of technology), the X-E3 brings a lot of improvements to its side and could certainly be considered a very modern camera judging by its specifications and also its design. While its feature set resembles that of some of the current Fuji’s cameras, its design follows a different path as it doesn’t try to mimic the look of the older film cameras like a lot of Fuji’s line up does. It’s a mirrorless camera that looks like modern device and it’s not trying to hide it. We, do like this approach as the Fujifilm X-E3 looks as appealing as its more vintage looking brothers (at least in our opinion) and it’s always great to have more choice when it comes to the design of the cameras.
As we’ve already mentioned, it’s also priced very competitively and sits just in between the currently available mirrorless cameras and DSLRs, something that could certainly be considered a positive thing. Its highlight features are the X-Trans APS-C sensor, 4K recording, a 325-point AF system, EVF, 8 fps burst rate and much more. It really seems like a well-polished and feature-packed camera when being looked at solely from the standpoint of its specifications. It seems that we’re getting yet another Fujifilm camera that is destined to be a commercial success, but as always, we’ll reserve our final conclusion for the end of this review. So, let’s examine the X-E3’s specifications more closely and see what it really aims to bring to the mid-range camera market….
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