Fujifilm Launched Fujifilm X-E3 Mirrorless Camera: Fujifilm X-E2 is the successor of X-E3. It is the company’s mid-range mirrorless camera, and it is the smallest viewfinder-equipped camera. A 24.3-megapixel X-Trans III sensor is present in this camera. This sensor is same as the one which is present in the X-models like X-Pro2. It also contains the touchscreen display, 4K video recording and few other things.
Fujifilm Launched Fujifilm X-E3 Mirrorless Camera:
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Fujifilm X-E3 features the similar language when we compare it with the previous model. It has the smaller, lighter and possesses several notable features like the presence of new front control wheel. A joystick-like lever is present on the rear side of the camera, and we can use it to control the focus region.
This camera sports the 2.36-million dot display same as in the X-T2. Using the 3-inch touchscreen, we can tap and control the focus. If physical buttons are not the thing that you are looking for, then access the ‘Menu’ settings. It will facilitate us with various gestures controls like the flick and pinch zoom.
Features of Fujifilm X-E3 Mirrorless Camera:
While we are switching between the exposure modes and ISO, many pro photographers will feel that they are losing the presence of physical buttons.
In this camera, we can record the videos at 4K 30fps. It contains the microphone input, and it won’t have the port for placing the headphone.
The company officially says that we can output the video with the help of HDMI port. A 325-point autofocus system is present in this X-E3 camera. Manufacturers placed the improved subject tracking, and it has the new ‘image identification algorithm’.
It features the Bluetooth connectivity, and it is the first X series modelled camera to have this option. This connectivity will aid the customers to couple the camera with their smartphones for transferring the pictures on-the-go.
The Price of Fujifilm X-E3:
Manufacturers priced it at $900 which is roughly around Rs 57,600. They made it available to the users in Black and Silver colour variants.
Other model prices:
We can buy the 18-55mm f/2.8-4 lens camera for $1,300 around Rs 83,200. The cost of the XF23m f/2.0 prime lens is $1,150. The company officially stated that XF 80mm camera includes the f/2.8 1.1 micro lens and it will provide the optical image stabilisation. It also offers the weather resistance, and the cost of this is about $2,000.