27 Nov Fujifilm X-E3 vs Fujifilm X-Pro2 – Which is Better?

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In September 2017, Fujifilm announced the latest addition to the X-Series lineup, the X-E3, and its design takes inspiration from the rangefinder style of cameras. The X-E3 could be considered as the more affordable alternative to the flagship X-Pro2, as they both follow the rangefinder aesthetic and share the same processor and sensor. There are however a number of higher end features reserved for the X-Pro2, but are these worth the weightier price tag? Let’s take a look and find out…

Sensor & processor

The X-E3 and X-Pro 2 are both built around Fujifilm’s X-Trans CMOS III APS-C sensor, which has a resolution of 24.3MP and produces images measuring 6000x4000px. This sensor uses a random pixel array to improve colour accuracy and remove the effects of moiré without the need for an Optical Low Pass Filter, so images are as sharp as possible. In both cameras the sensor is paired with the X-Processor Pro giving an identical ISO with a native range of 200 – 12,800, with other expanded options of 100/125/160 and 25,600/51,200 at the upper limit…

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