Fujifilm X-T3 mirrorless compact camera launched in India, starting at Rs. 1,17,999

Following its global launch earlier this month, the Fujifilm X-T3 has launched in India. Fujifilm launched the X-T1 over 4 years ago and adopted it with the X-T2 in 2016. The all-new high-end mirrorless camera carries the latest bulletins from Nikon and Canon. The successor to the X-T2 comes with little improvement in decision time, but it certainly improves processing power and autofocus efficiency.

The Fujifilm X-T3 body only is priced at Rs. 1,17,999, while the 18-55mm lens set is priced at Rs. 1,49,999, and the X-T3 accent (battery socket ) is priced at Rs.25,999. Will likely be made available in Black and Silver color variants within the country. The Fujifilm X-T3 is a compact mirrorless camera that incorporates a new 26.1-megapixel back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and the X-Processor 4 image processing engine. The company claims that the processing speed is about 3 times faster than current models. Fujifilm claims to be the first APS-C mirrorless digital camera capable of capturing 4K/60fps 10-bit video. Additionally, the ISO 160 sensitivity, previously accessible only in Extended ISO, is now part of the traditional ISO range. The X-T3 uses the new X-Processor 4 image processing engine to add the brand new “monochrome adjustment” function to the Film Simulation modes.

Meanwhile, the X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor has 2.16 million partial detection pixels, more than 4 times compared to current modes, the company claims. It expands the room detection AF range to the entire sensor. Fast and correct coin-detection autofocus can be used even on a subject far from the center of the body. The low-light autofocus limit has also been extended from -1EV to -3EV, to allow the camera to use room-detection AF in low-light conditions. The ISO range is 160 to 12800 but can be extended from 80 to 51200.

The X-T3 incorporates a high-resolution 3.69 million-dot advanced digital viewfinder (EVF) with a high magnification ratio of 0.75 times. The display time lag is 0.005 seconds and the refresh load is around 100 frames per second. In addition, there is a new “sports activity sight mode” to capture transfer subjects. When using this mode, the X-T3 captures the image of a subject in the space equal to 16.6 megapixels, marked in the viewfinder.

The Fujifilm X-T3 incorporates a new ‘Pre-Shoot; works, whereby the camera starts taking pictures of a scene when the shutter button is pressed halfway and flags it for when the shutter button is fully pressed.

Fujifilm claims that the learning speed of the sensor is about 1.5 times faster than other models and it allows fast 17ms study of 4K/60fps video. Additionally, rolling shutter distortion has been reduced for better recording of fast-moving subjects. The camera’s support for 10-bit color depth increases the amount of color information by 64 times compared to 8-bit depth, the company said. This is mixed with 400% dynamic range (around 12 stops) to capture images of rich gradation, comparable to a panorama at sunset. Notably, the Fujifilm X-T3’s battery is rated for 390 shots per CIPA requirements.

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