Introducing the greatly anticipated Fujifilm X-Pro3. Fujifilm have built off from the hugely successful X-Pro2, taking on board all the suggestions and possible improvements they could to produce the impressive X-Pro3 – This camera is not going to disappoint. The X-Pro3 features a powerful 26 megapixel, X-Trans IV sensor that works in tandem with the workhorse that is the X-Processor 4. A complete redesign of the optical unit produces a clearer image whilst reducing distortion. You’ll notice a wider angle of view of 27° as well as a higher eye point, making for a more efficient and superior optical viewfinder. Furthermore, Fujifilm have included a hidden LCD screen located on the rear side of the new touch-operator LCD screen.
A body built to last!
The X-Pro3’s internal framework is made from a magnesium alloy which is strong and light. This framework has a titanium exterior which gives extra strength and corrosion resistance. But what sets this body aside from other cameras is that it features a surface hardening technology called Duratect. This is applied to achieve a Vickers hardness rating up to 1500Hv that protects from scratches while accentuating the look with a unique texture.
Improved Hybrid Viewfinder
Fujifilm have completely redesigned the optical viewfinder for the X-Pro3 making for a clearer, less distorted image with altogether more clarity. The new features keep on coming… It features a higher resolution, higher contrast image, a higher eye point and a larger angle of view; and if that was not enough, it also has a wider colour space, a higher frame rate and is significantly brighter. This is an incredible improvement from the already great, Fujifilm X-Pro2 OVF.
Hidden LCD Screen
Serving in the same way a top LCD panel serves on some other camera models like the Fujifilm X-H1, this hidden LCD screen provides quick access to the settings that you have set on your camera. To continue with the adopted film camera feel that the X-Pro series has, the hidden LCD panel is located on the rear side of the main LCD screen, often where would find the film tab memo holder on an old film camera to remind you of the film you’re using.
- 26 Megapixel, X-Trans IV Sensor
- ISO Range of 160-12800 (Expandable to L 100, H 51200)
- Improved battery life up to 370 frames (via EVF)
- Fujifilm X-Mount
- New F-Sim Classic Neg and B&W Monochromatic Colour Simulations