The Fujifilm X-Pro3 is the latest mirrorless camera from the Japanese company. The new camera offers a retro-style design that reminds us of its predecessor – the X-Pro2. However, the back panel looks like classic film cameras with a dedicated postage-stamp-sized screen that displays the settings. The X-Pro3 comes with an old fashioned viewfinder called the “Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder”. Fujifilm offers an X-Processor 4 image processing chip. Additionally, the exterior of the X-Pro3 contains corrosion-resistant titanium and a magnesium-interior.
Fujifilm X-Pro3 price
The Fujifilm X-Pro3 is priced at নিয়মিত 1,799 (approximately Rs. 1,27,600) for the regular black color option while its DR Black and DR Silver variants are priced at $ 1,999 (approximately Rs. 1,41,800). The regular Black model will go on sale in the United States from November 28 However, its DR Black and DR Silver options will be available for purchase from December 12 There is no word on launch in India right now
Fujifilm X-Pro3 Features, Specifications
The front of the Fujifilm X-Pro3 looks like a film camera. Fujifilm also offers optional DuraTech surface-hardening coating in DR Black and DR Silver finish for scratch resistance. Further, the camera has a weather-resistant structure that is sealed in 70 places and is capable of operating at temperatures of minus 10-degrees Celsius.
On the back, the Fujifilm X-Pro3 gives a completely new look and feel with a tilting LCD monitor that fits the rear flash and can be flipped around 180 degrees. The back of the LCD monitor has a 1.28-inch LCD panel that displays shooting settings even when the camera is off. It brings a retro style feeling.
The small secondary screen can be set to a ‘classic’ mode which displays the selected film simulation mode which looks like the packaging icon of the corresponding photo film. Users can select ‘Standard’ mode on the LCD panel to see the current shutter speed, aperture and other shooting settings – all without opening the primary LCD monitor.
Fujifilm has removed the previous four-way controller set that was available on the X-Pro2. Instead, there are individual buttons for selecting the appropriate settings – just as a photographer adjusts images to a film camera. At the top, there are controls to adjust ISO settings and shutter speed
The Fujifilm X-Pro3 has a back-illuminated 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor powered by the X-Processor 4 image processing engine, which we saw in the Fujifilm X-T3 and X-T30 in the past. The camera also has an advanced hybrid viewfinder that can be enabled as an optical viewfinder (OVF) or electronic viewfinder (EVF).
To stimulate the color-negative film-like experience, the X-Pro3 has the classic neg mode added to the film simulation mode. There are also basic mirrorless camera functions such as HDR shooting and multiple exposures. Further, the X-Pro3 supports 4K video recording with a frame rate of 30fps.
For connectivity, the Fujifilm X-Pro3 has a USB Type-C port and a 2.5mm jack for microphone and wired remote connection. The camera also has Bluetooth support and has two UHS-II SD card slots.