26 Oct Fujifilm X-E3

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Fujifilm’s X-E3 camera, which was announced on 7 September, is a lighter, more compact alternative to the X-T20, with which it shares many features. The X-E3 has a fixed monitor, whereas the X-T20’s monitor tilts up and down. The built-in GN 7 flash on the X-T20 (and the earlier X-E2) is replaced by a separate clip-on flash that is slightly more powerful. More importantly, the X-E3 is the first X-series camera with a low-power Bluetooth connection for interfacing the camera to a smartphone.

An update to the X-E2, which we reviewed in December 2013, the X-E3 provides a significant increase in resolution plus a new processor, improved autofocusing, faster continuous shooting speeds plus a larger buffer memory and support for 4K video recording with frame rates of up to 30 fps. Fujifilm has launched the X-E3 in Australia with a Fujinon XF 23mm f/2 lens for an RRP of AU$1799. This is the kit we received for our review….

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