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X-T3 Black Fujifilm 48

Fujifilm X-T3 Black

Though it’s the predecessor to the Fujifilm X-T4, the X-T3 gets so much right it’s no wonder it continues to be loved by so many enthusiasts and professionals around the world. It’s a camera that blends a practical and attractive design with magnificent versatility and is as capable shooting high-speed action as it is portraits or landscapes. Its lightweight body, central electronic viewfinder, three-way tilt screen, satisfying handling and 4K/60P 4:2:0 10-bit video is what lures so many serious photographers and videographers to it from heavier, full-frame systems. That said, if it’s in-body image stabilisation you’re after you’ll need to direct your attention to the X-T4.

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'Though it’s the predecessor to the Fujifilm X-T4, the X-T3 gets so much right it’s no wonder it continues to be loved by so many enthusiasts and professionals around the world. It’s a camera that blends a practical and attractive design with magnificent versatility and is as capable shooting high-speed action as it is portraits or landscapes. Its lightweight body, central electronic viewfinder, three-way tilt screen, satisfying handling and 4K/60P 4:2:0 10-bit video is what lures so many serious photographers and videographers to it from heavier, full-frame systems. That said, if it’s in-body image stabilisation you’re after you’ll need to direct your attention to the X-T4.'  

 


 

The details

• X-Trans™ CMOS 4 & X-Processor 4
• Phase detection AF to entire frame
• Up to 30 fps black-out free high-speed continuous shooting
• Sports finder mode
• Monochrome Adjustment
• Colour Chrome Effect
• 4K/60P 10 bit recording
• Weather resistant structure

X-Trans™ CMOS 4 Sensor: The First X Series model featuring a new back-illuminated sensor

The FUJIFILM X-T3 features a newly-developed back-illuminated “X-Trans CMOS 4” sensor, the fourth generation to feature in the X Series. Boasting a resolution of 26.1MP, the sensor uses a unique colour filter array, synonymous to X-Trans CMOS sensors, to control moiré and false colour without the use of an optical low-pass filter. Its back-illuminated structure enhances image quality while maintaining a high S/N ratio. Furthermore, ISO160, previously available only as extended ISO, is now part of the normal ISO range, allowing you to achieve incredibly clean, noise free images.

X-Processor 4: The brain that utilizes the full potential of the X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor

The FUJIFILM X-T3 uses the X-Processor 4, an evolved version of X Series’ image processing engine that boasts advanced processing capabilities. The new processor, combined with a new algorithm, enhances the Film Simulation modes, substantially improving the camera’s ability to track moving subjects, boosts AF’s speed and accuracy, and allows for a more diverse range of video functions. It maximizes the full potential of X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor to deliver the highest performance in all aspects in the history of X Series.

Large EVF means you’ll never lose sight of your subject

The FUJIFILM X-T3 features a 3.69-million-dot high resolution EVF with a high magnification ratio of 0.75x. The display time lag of just 0.005 seconds and refresh rate of approx. 100fps ensure smooth display and allow you to precisely identify subject movements and focus positions.

Blackout-free high-speed continuous shooting of up to 30 fps with AF/AE tracking

Increased read speed from the sensor and the new high-speed processor have made it possible to have AF/AE-tracking, blackout-free continuous shooting of up to 30 fps in approx. 16.6M (1.25x crop) mode using the electronic shutter, while maintaining a smooth Live View of 60fps to track your subject. The rolling shutter distortion, a typical issue for electronic shutters, has been halved compared to the previous generation.

Sports finder mode for enhanced shooting: 1.25x cropped frame

The “Sports Finder" mode makes it even easier to capture moving subjects. The new mode marks a cropped area in the viewfinder and shoots at approx. 16.6M (1.25x crop). This is particularly useful for sports and wildlife photography, as you can check the movements of a subject just outside the shooting frame and take advantage of shorter-than-usual blackout time compared with the mechanical shutter.

Film Simulation modes for a variety of colour tones and gradations

The FUJIFILM X-T3 offers 16 Film Simulation modes so that you can match your true photographic intention in a similar way to how photographers used to choose purpose-specific photographic films. This unique philosophy reflects Fujifilm’s heritage and colour science know-how, nurtured by over 80 years of film manufacturing.

Cutting-edge monochrome expression for the digital age

The FUJIFILM X-T3 offers the new “monochrome adjustment” function to faithfully reproduce warm and cool tones which were conventionally achieved using specific photographic papers and developers. This function, available in the standard “Monochrome” as well as the “ACROS” mode, provides smooth halftones, deep blacks, and beautiful textures to broaden the scope of monochrome expression.

Colour Chrome effect for high saturation subjects

This effect produces deeper colours and gradation in subjects with highly saturated colours present in vivid and shaded flowers, which are notoriously difficult to photograph.

Fast and accurate phase detection AF across the frame

The FUJIFILM X-T3’s sensor has increased the phase detection AF area to the entire frame (approx. 100%) with 2.16M phase detection pixels. The low-light AF sensitivity has also been extended from -1EV to -3EV, enabling high-speed AF in even lower light conditions, like a scene lit only with candlelight.

Enhanced AF processing for moving subjects

The X-Processor 4’s high processing speed and improved phase detection algorithm means the camera refocuses (AF) and meters (AE) about 1.5 times more frequently than previous models, to improve autofocus even when shooting sports involving fast and erratic movements across the frame.

Substantially improved performance with face- and eye-detection AF

The performance of face-detection AF on a moving person has been doubled. The eye-detection AF works in AF-C mode, maintaining accurate focus-tracking with portraits. It focuses precisely when shooting people from the front or side.

Movie Recording: 4K/60P 10bit HDMI output and internal SD card recording

The X-T3 is Fujifilm's first model that features 4K/60P 4:2:2 10bit HDMI output and 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal SD card recording. Supported video formats include the widely-used H.264/MPEG-4 AVC as well as H.265/HEVC for greater data compression. This enables 200Mbps bitrate recording when shooting 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit. Video compression options available are ALL-Intra and Long GOP. When using ALL-Intra, video is recorded at 400Mbps.

Enhanced ISO performance for a wider scope of video expressions

The introduction of a new noise reduction process and new “4K interframe NR” function have reduced noise at ISO12800 by the equivalent of approx. 2 stops. The NR process has a greater level of noise-identifying accuracy for appropriate denoising performance. The 4K interframe NR function uses differential data between adjacent frames to reduce noise even further. Furthermore, the minimum sensitivity for shooting F-Log and with the setting of DR400% footage has been extended from ISO800 to ISO640.

Further expansion of video functions with firmware update

The FUJIFILM X-T3 supports video recording in the Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), one of the formats defined in the ITU-R BT.2100 international standards. In response to user feedback, the firmware update will also allow the FUJIFILM X-T3 to simultaneously output Film Simulation and F-Log footage, further expanding its video functions.

Greater freedom of gradations with 10bit colour depth

The FUJIFILM X-T3’s 10bit colour depth has 64 times the colour information versus an 8bit depth system. With the wide dynamic range of 400% (approx. 12 stops), it enables gradation-rich video recording when applying “ETERNA”, characterised by subdued colour and rich shadow tones, or “F-Log,” which is a gamma curve option with an even wider dynamic range.

Simultaneous output of 4K HDMI and internal SD card recording

The FUJIFILM X-T3 supports 4K/60P 4:2:2 10bit HDMI output and 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal SD card recording simultaneously. This allows you to take backup video or conduct 4K/60P internal SD card recording while monitoring 4K/60P footage. Also, the sensor’s read speed is about 1.5 times faster than previous models, which enables fast 17msec reading of 4K/60P video. The rolling shutter distortion has been reduced for even smoother filming of fast-moving subjects.

MKX cinema lenses for dramatically improving the quality of video footage

Award-winning FUJINON cinema lenses are now also available with the X Mount, offering edge-to-edge sharpness and excellent portability. Cine lenses suppress focus shift while zooming and reduce lens breathing during focusing. Furthermore, the MKX lenses feature three manual rings for precise adjustments of focus, zoom and aperture, allowing for comfortable functionality and operation.

Design / Operability: Design inherits FUJIFILM X-T2’s philosophy

The FUJIFILM X-T3 inherits FUJIFILM X-T2’s popular design features such as the positioning of dials on the top panel, central viewfinder style for added sense of stability, and excellent grip design for comfort.

Lockable EVF’s diopter adjustment dial

EVF’s diopter adjustment is lockable achieved by pulling out and rotating a diopter knob, so as to prevent unintended adjustments while carrying the camera.

Touchscreen panel tilts in 3 directions

The FUJIFILM X-T3 uses a touchscreen panel with higher contrast, wider viewing angle and better operability than those in previous models to enable intuitive operation.

Improved dials and buttons

The FUJIFILM X-T3 inherits FUJIFILM X-H1’s features such as large top-panel dials / rear-panel buttons and comfortable clicking touch of front and rear command dials.

Terminal with high expandability

A headphone jack is provided on the camera body so that all accessories required for video recording, such as microphone and HDMI devices can be centrally connected to the body for added mobility in videography.
Also, the terminal cover is removable, and USB terminal supports USB-Type C (USB3.1 Gen1) specification.

Wireless communications

The FUJIFILM X-T3 can be constantly paired to a smartphone or tablet device through Bluetooth connection for automatic transfer of captured images.

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