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Fujifilm X-E3 Mirrorless Digital Camera, Black (Body Only)

fujifilm x e3 mirrorless digital camera black body only

Fujifilm X-E3 Mirrorless Digital Camera, Black (Body Only)

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  • 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor and high-performance x processor Pro high-speed image processing engine to deliver outstanding color Reproduction and gradation of Tones in both stills and video.
  • New touch function controls let you swipe up/down/left/right to choose function setup which you can use even while
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to + 40°C (+32°F to +104°F)
  • Video Capture Resolution: 4K Uhd 2160P
  • Viewfinder Type: Electronic Viewfinder
  • Lens Type: Wide Angle

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Brand : Fujifilm
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Mirrorless Cameras
Rating : 4.6
Review Count : 298

fujifilm x e3 mirrorless digital camera black body only
fujifilm x e3 mirrorless digital camera black body only

Fujifilm X-E3 Mirrorless Digital Camera, Black (Body Only)

  • I believe this is one of Fuji\'s most compact cameras, but don\'t let that fool you. The image quality is fantastic, the auto focus is very good and the lowlight performance is better than even the newer more expensive models. I use this as a back up/2nd camera to its bigger sister, the X-T2, with which it shares the same sensor and image quality. Because of its size, it also makes for a great street camera, especially with the smaller lenses like the 18 f2, or travel camera.
  • I\'m moving up from a Sony RX100V and wanted a compact interchangeable lens camera capable of producing outstanding images and I think the Fuji XE3 hits it right on the mark.In the past I\'ve also used a Sony A7 with a Zeiss Batis 85mm 1.8 and can state that the results coming out the Fuji XE3 with a Leica Summilux 50mm 1.4 are substantially better - at least to my eye. Granted, much of that could be the lens, and the A7 is probably near the end of its product cycle, but the Zeiss is certainly no slouch and the fact that we can even compare results from a full frame sensor and an APS-C is really quite incredible. Given that this setup is about half the size of the A7+Zeiss and at a price point of <$1000 for the body I think its a great \"value.\" I despise that word, especially in this case because it seems to imply a compromise was made somewhere where there wasn\'t.For reference, I handled a Fuji T20 and XPro2 though didn\'t use actually them - take it for what its worth but I found the center placement of the viewfinder on the T20 a real issue while the XPro2 felt a bit wide. The XE3 feels better in my hands than both and is quite a bit smaller than even the T20.In terms of handling, the joystick is pretty slick, it took all of 30 minutes to familiarize myself with the physical control layout, and the control wheels on the front and back are easily customizable so I have mine set for ISO and shutter speed. The electronic shutter is dead silent, whereas the mechanical shutter is relatively quiet and unobtrusive. I pretty much nixed the touch screen, I\'m using the camera as a manual focus so really 80% of the features packed in this camera are not really relevant to me.The only major complaint I have is there seems to be some lag on the EVF / LCD when manual focusing, almost like the refresh rate goes to a crawl. I resolve it by depressing the shutter release halfway but its still kind of annoying. I have no clue if its the Fuji X mount to M mount adapter or the actual camera body, but this is all pretty minor stuff and I\'m hoping a firmware update will resolve the issue.All in all a fantastic camera.-- update (still a fantastic camera) --I\'d like to amend this review as my major complaint about the EVF / LCD could be completely resolved by setting the Performance setting under \"Power Management\" to High Performance, up from Standard...I guess I figured the camera set on Standard was already pretty good so High Performance is just being greedy, right?Tips on Using Manual FocusI didn\'t find the digital split image terribly useful, maybe if it were a sharper implementation that doesn\'t cover most of the frame I\'d use it but for now my preferred methods are either plain standard or focusing peaking. I had found focusing peaking a bit difficult in certain situations with a color LCD / Viewfinder, namely due to a lack of contrast where the focus peaking color is the same as the subject e.g red focus peaking on a red fire truck, or where there\'s just no contrast at the point of focus at all.To resolve this, you need a black & white EVF / LCD liveview with colored focus peaking. To do so you can set the film simulation mode (ACROS, Monochrom, etc., perhaps a bit of a misnomer because it can be applied to stills as well as video), which can be configured to render a beautiful black and white jpeg still photo while maintaining red focus peaking in live view.To preserve the data in the shot, you can configure the image quality output to produce an additional RAW file (RAW + Normal/Fine) that preserves all color data captured on the sensor. In my opinion this gives the best of both worlds - a black and white view in the EVF / LCD with a contrasty Red focus peak, that produces an amazing JPEG while preserving a fully colored RAW file should I need it.In terms of button configuration, I set the top right AF-L button to \"Focus Check\" which allows me to do snap digital zoom so I can fine tune focus on relatively stationary subjects. I found this pretty essential for portraiture on a fast lens as the depth of field is almost deceivingly narrow.
  • Bought this to see what the hype was about regarding the mirrorless camera vs the traditional DSLR. The photos are excellent and in a way it is much easier to use than the DSLR. The auto settings certainly do better than the DLSR.However, the shutter button is not as quick to respond as my older model Canon DSLR which is frustrating when you\'re trying to get action shots and photos in low light environments. I definitely cannot get as good firework shots as well as I do the DSLR. There\'s just enough of a delay to be annoying to someone who is used to an almost instant response from the camera but it is still MUCH better than what you\'d expect from the old point and shoot.It\'s a much lighter camera than my DSLR and I haven\'t gotten around to purchasing a 2nd lenses for this one yet so I cannot comment on what will happen to that weight when I start changing out lenses.In some of of my research there seems to be the consensus that the mirrorless cameras are poised to surpass the SLR/DLSR technology in the next few years to the point of making them outdated technology in the digital world. However, there are some of of the finer details that just haven\'t been able to be worked out yet for the mirrorless cameras. Those differences are just enough to have professional photographers keeping their DLSRs and using the mirrorless cameras as \"fun\" cameras where their jobs are not dependent on them.

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