The Fujifilm X Pro 3 launched with Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder and X-processor 4 image processing chip and priced at $1799.
The Japanese company Fujifilm recently launched their Fujifilm X pro 3 a mirror-less camera with some amazing specifications and features. It has a retro-style design and look and very much reminds us of the Fujifilm X Pro 2. There aren’t many of the changes from the predecessor but it gives you another option to consider. So, if you are looking for a new mirrorless camera and you have a budget of above Rs 1 lakh then its an option worth considering.
Fujifilm X Pro 3 Price and Specifications
So, the basic difference is that there are three color options to choose from but you will have to pay different prices for different colors. There is a regular Black color which is priced at $1799 which is about rs 130,000 in the Indian market. And, there are two more color options called DR Black and DR Silver which are priced for $1999 making it about Rs 140,000. These will go on sale from November 28 in the US Market and the DR colors will be made available only after December 12.
The camera has a retro-style design that looks similar to other film cameras and also they have made its outer body scratch resistance. This is not enough because they have also made it workable in extreme weather conditions too. So, if you are into very high or low temprature it is not going to be an issue because it is ready to work at as low as minus 10 degrees. There is an LCD Monitor of 1.28 inches which can be tilted up to 180 degrees making it the very best for filming. And, this is an extra monitor that you get in the backside.
You can change all the settings of the camera but if you feel any difficulty then there is a standard mode which will make the shutter sped, ISO very standard to produce the best picture quality. This time they have removed the four-way controller and gave dedicated navigation buttons. This is one recognizable change from the previous generation. The Fujifilm X-Pro3 sports a back-illuminated 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor that is powered by the X-Processor 4 image-processing engine, which we saw on the Fujifilm X-T3 and X-T30 in the past. There is a Hybrid Viewfinder combining both Optical Viewfinder and Electronic Viewfinder.
You can record 4K films at 30 fps and also all the HDR modes are there to give you the best quality videos. You can insert two SDF cards at the same time and also there is support for Bluetooth and USB Type C.
So, the basic thing is that this camera is targetted to film producers. And, if you are into photography then this is not the perfect option for you. It is for the professionals who are into videograp[hy or cinematography.
And, if you are into film production who is uploading videos on Youtube then it could be an option that you cannot ignore. It has almost everything that a professional camera requires. Also, you can easily record 4K videos.
So, why not consider it a good option?
What are your thoughts about the Fujifilm X Pro 3?